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By Caroline Hallemann
After paying your respects to those who died while serving in the military, celebrate the holiday weekend by visiting one of the new national monuments designated by President Obama in 2015. Browns Canyon National Monument Browns Canyon’s 21...
By Cristina Gibson
Heading to the Hamptons (or other northeastern beach towns) from NYC this summer? From mobile party to unwind time, baller to budget, here’s four ways to get there. Blade Helicopter or Seaplane Destinations: The Hamptons, Fire Island (seapla...
By Katrina Brown Hunt

Sauce or no sauce? Burnt ends or whole pig? Travel + Leisure readers offered meaty results in the search for the nation’s best barbecue. 

By Stephanie Wu

Get your Instagrams ready—designers Mike Sayre and Melanie Bridges share unexpectedly gorgeous spots in their hometown. 

By Andrea Bennett
As the mercury climbs in Las Vegas, there are two ways to nab precious real estate by the city’s best pools: reserve a cabana, or show up at 6 a.m. to stake your claim to a chaise. (If you’re conscious by 6 a.m., consider reevaluating your Vegas s...
By Andrea Bennett
As the mercury climbs in Las Vegas, there are two ways to nab precious real estate by the city’s best pools: reserve a cabana, or show up at 6 a.m. to stake your claim to a chaise. (If you’re conscious by 6 a.m., consider reevaluating your Vegas s...

Hotels in U.S.

This oceanfront property has 15 unfussy rooms with bright accent walls, 42-inch plasma TVs, and private decks overlooking the waves.

Restaurants in U.S.

This kitschy, colorful space has rows of painted outdoor tables and menu items—a half pound burger topped with bacon and cheddar; beer battered cod fish tacos—that might make you rethink your teeny-weeny yellow bikini.