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For Jennifer Rubell—known for large-scale, food-centric projects such as Padded Cell, a room with walls made from 1,800 cones of cotton candy meant for viewers to eat—traveling is about uncovering off-the-radar places most people wouldn’t even thi...
“I want to bring a bit of sparkle to people’s lives,” says John Loring, whose glossy Tiffany Suite just opened its doors—20 years after the original—at the St. Regis New York, two blocks south of the treasure-filled windows once admired by Holly G...
Coming to an airport near you: Travel + Leisure’s new retail stores. First up is Vancouver International Airport (yvr.ca), where you’ll find a well-curated range of luggage lines like Tumi, T-Tech, and Samsonite, as well as a selection of products...
The Trip We all cherish classic Manhattan moments—a walk in Central Park, seeing the Jackson Pollocks at the Museum of Modern Art, a pastrami sandwich at Katz’s Delicatessen. But the reason we love New York City is its constant hatching of new sc...
Adam Tihany knows the inside of his suitcase better than the inside of his Manhattan apartment. The hotel and restaurant designer travels constantly for work, for pleasure, and to discover new places to eat. Fortunately, some of his latest project...
Start with an early gem: Clifford Brown, New Star on the Horizon (Blue Note 5032), from the Modern Jazz Series. Brown is cropped close against the record album's left-hand border, natty in a loose-fitting houndstooth jacket. The gleaming brass tru...
Andaz Parent: Hyatt Back Story: Hyatt threw out the reception desk when it invented Andaz in 2007, so guests can feel like the hotel is their private pied-à-terre. Where You’ll Find Them: Hollywood, New York, and London, among other cities. Resor...
Mexico City: Enrique Olvera For the scoop on where to eat in the Distrito Federal, T+L caught up with one of the city’s top chefs. Renowned for modernizing Mexican cuisine with his signature restaurant, Pujol (dinner for two $145), Olvera is exe...
The Hotel Americano, the first U.S. outpost of the splashy Mexican hotel chain Grupo Habita, recently materialized on Manhattan’s West 27th Street. It’s situated between 10th and 11th Avenues, at the northern frontier of the Chelsea art district, ...
To want to understand Brooklyn is to presume to understand the world: it isn't merely difficult, it's impossible. From Manhattan, Brooklyn seems a mist of buildings promising a life of neighborhoods and lower rents—an easier life, one where you ma...
The way New Yorkers are polishing off truffles and foie gras, you'd think we were back in the days when junk bonds were corporate street food. But there's more—lots more—than an eighties revival heating up Big Apple kitchens. BEST UNSUNG CHEF MEI...
Some travelers—you, perhaps—are averse to the very premise of a guided tour. No self-assumed sophisticate wants to be led around by someone holding a whistle and a Ping-Pong paddle with a number on it. I certainly never did, in my indie-traveler y...
Nicolas Bos Creative director, Van Cleef & ArpelsLatest Inspiration: New York CityBuilding Blocks: “I often find myself walking up and down Manhattan’s avenues, just looking at the skyscrapers. The Chrysler building is my favorite. Many of the pi...
The Upper East Side It's a Beautiful Day in Tiki Barber's Neighborhood With its Park Avenue triplexes, brass-buttoned doormen, and Madison Avenue boutiques, the Upper East Side is the Apple at its most polished. And this pricey territory east of...
Travelers to New York are usually a hardy lot, traipsing through Times Square's garish neon glow at all hours of the night, ascending the heights of the Empire State Building, and packing themselves onto boats bound for the Statue of Liberty. Yet ...