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Insider's Guide to the Hamptons

Pack your bags: this is The Hamptons like only the locals know it.

Montauk: The Hamptons Without Crowds

Catch the new wave in Montauk—a quintessential beach town that’s not just for surfers anymore.

Checking In: Summer's Best Hotel Openings

New and renovated hotels are opening across the country, from quintessential Northeast towns like Nantucket, Massachusetts and Newport, Rhode Island, to Lake Tahoe, California—just in...

Best <em>Top Chef</em> Restaurants

Can’t get enough of Top Chef? You’re in luck. Here are the top U.S. restaurants helmed by the show’s alums.

Letters | December 2008

M.G. Lord could not have captured the true Los Angeles more perfectly [“The Real Los Angeles”]. It is such a multidimensional city, which goes way...

Florida's Bohemian Postcard Inn

True to its surfer-cool, 1950’s-motel roots, the new Postcard Inn, in St. Pete Beach, Florida, is hip, affordable, and resolutely casual.

America's Coolest Hipster Hotels

Original artwork, retro-chic amenities, and (sometimes) comfortable accommodations define these bastions of cool.

Touring New York's Most Dynamic Neighborhoods

How do you know when a neighborhood has truly arrived? T+L looks for the telltale signs in three NYC neighborhoods: TriBeCa, Harlem, and Williamsburg.

TODAY Show: Shoulder Season Deals

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy From mid-April to mid-June, you can score some great deals at popular destinations...

America's Most Beautiful Coastal Views

From towering Pacific Northwest sea stacks to mile upon mile of mirage-like tidal flats, these 10 littoral landscapes take ocean views to a new level.
HOTELS

Montauk Yacht Club

The 80-year old island staple, where Charles Lindbergh once visited, gave its 107 rooms a multimillion dollar overhaul in 2009. The property has a scaled-down replica of the town&rsquo;s famous... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Inlet Seafood

The restaurant is owned by six native fishermen who unload their daily catch less than 150 feet away from the restaurant. For fish any fresher&mdash;in tacos, sushi, and more&mdash;you&rsquo;d have to... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Sunset Surf Shack

If you want to take surfing lessons, head to the Sunset Surf Shack and ask for owner Craig Lieder, a quintessential hang-ten dude. more ›


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