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Greg Seider’s rules to cocktail-making boil down to one simple but paramount ingredient: inspiration. The peripatetic barman—who earlier this month spoke on the ills of the mixology trend—finds it in disparate places around the world. It pops up o...
Greg Seider’s rules to cocktail-making boil down to one simple but paramount ingredient: inspiration. The peripatetic barman—who earlier this month spoke on the ills of the mixology trend—finds it in disparate places around the world. It pops up o...
Greg Seider’s rules to cocktail-making boil down to one simple but paramount ingredient: inspiration. The peripatetic barman—who earlier this month spoke on the ills of the mixology trend—finds it in disparate places around the world. It pops up o...
The Queen of Summer Jayma Cardoso has been cultivating a boho-chic scene at Montauk’s coolest address since it debuted in 2008, turning the surf shack into a breezy indie rock clubhouse for weekending Manhattanites. Here, the Brazilian-born local ...
Mumbai: The Bombay Canteen The Chef: Floyd Cardoz, a pioneer of haute Indian cuisine in New York City. New Digs: A colonial-inspired space near the world’s tallest residential tower. The Dish: Cardoz pays homage to his Goan roots with creatio...
The best springtime cultural excursion in New York City may just be at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where one can catch two pairs of Van Gogh paintings that have not been reunited since shortly after the painter’s death. They also happen to be ...
In order to stock the New York and Tokyo locations of the Museum of Modern Art’s Design Store, Emmanuel Plat and his team spend two months a year on the road. “The majority of our items are imported from Japan, so it’s a big trip for us,” he says ...
The quote, famously attributed to English author Frances Hodgson Burnett, could just have easily been from the pen of revered Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Known best for her turbulent marriage to muralist Diego Rivera and her vibrant, intense, evo...
Whether you reside in Manhattan or Missouri, Lake George in upstate New York is an idyllic summer getaway. In the coming weeks, the sun-soaked locale will be hosting a number of new events featuring all of season’s best accouterments: food, wine, ...
The international and contemporary art fair Frieze New York opened this Thursday to the public. (We heard Richard Gere and Uma Thurman were there on Wednesday, at the private preview.) The five-day long event, which was first launched in 2012, is ...
Here comes one more reason to put New York City at the top of your travel list this summer. The Mandarin Oriental, located on Columbus Circle, will debut 42 remodeled one-and-two bedroom suites, overlooking Central Park, the Hudson River, or the M...
Visitors ready to revel in New York City’s abundant shopping opportunities get a special treat this week: the chance to buy a bespoke suit from a famous tailor from London. Richard James, the award-winning Savile Row designer, is offering custom s...
Design aficionados, take note. The third NYCxDESIGN, or New York Design Week, kicks off today and boasts a whopping 400 events, from exhibitions to installations, talks and more, to celebrate the city’s diverse scene. “Design has become an incr...
To figure out how exactly the new Apple Watch can help travelers, T+L News Editor Amy Farley has gone straight to the source: New York City's Times Square, which sees some 50,000,000 visitors annually. Below, watch as Farley takes to the NYC stree...
TripAdvisor just unleashed its new Vacation Value Report, thereby unveiling the 10 most-searched destinations across the web. Even better: the travel site also shared the best dates to travel for the best deals. Each of the destinations comes w...