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Calling all Augustus Gloops: there's a new chocolatier in town. At Manhattan's Max Brenner, Chocolate by the Bald Man (841 Broadway; 212/388-0030)... Read More

Edited by Niloufar Motamed; Reported by Colin Barraclough, Aric Chen, Florence Fabricant, Amy Farley, Mark Graham, Jaime Gross Darrell Hartman, Sarah... Read More

So you're not a diva who travels with a makeup artist in your entourage?Well, there's hope for you yet. In major cities, a new class of beauty boutique... Read More

french bliss Hotelier Grace Leo-Andrieu, who transformed Paris's Hotel Montalembert and Le Toiny on St. Barts into stylish enclaves, has once... Read More

Gruyère with stout?Why not?Chefs and sommeliers all over the country are taking food pairings well beyond wine. Here, T+L reveals four of our favorite... Read More

The Big Apple bar scene just got a boost with two super-sized hot spots. Buddha Bar New York City (25 Little W. 12th St.; 212/647-7314) is an expansive... Read More

It's the kind of scene that's usually reserved for dreams: You're up to your chest in clear, azure water. On the right, a Mayan ruin towers above the... Read More

With its belowground location and flashy red palette, the Hotel Gansevoort's new G Spa (18 Ninth Ave., New York; 212/660-6733; Read More

For lovers of old-fashioned amusement parks, 1955 will forever live in infamy. That was the year Disneyland opened, and family fun has never been quite... Read More

Tony ChiPrincipal, Tonychi and Associates, New YorkAdept at setting a scene with backlighting and textured fabrics, Tony Chi (MObar and Asiate at the... Read More

ParisLe Relais du Parc, at Sofitel le Parc 55–59 Ave. Raymond-Poincaré, 16th Arr.; 33-1/44-05-66-10;; dinner for two $170; doubles... Read More

Whether it's the room service, the daily maid service, or the celebrity guests, living—really living—in a hotel full-time sounds like a dream to most... Read More

Cooking courses ... Austria drive ... South Pacific a deux ...I'd like to attend an amateur cooking course in the United States. Do any of the... Read More

New York has never been a city of good breeding. It's my home and I'll defend it to the death, but architecturally it has always been far less... Read More

THEIR REPUTATION ESTABLISHED BY THE POINT, on New York's Upper Saranac Lake, the Garrett family has now opened the Lake Placid Lodge, on the lake's... Read More

Virtually every setting—coastline, open prairie, mountain range, big city park—makes for rewarding bird-watching. One of the joys of the sport is how... Read More

Eleven years as a sports journalist cushioned me against the hard realities of negotiating tennis's version of the Super Bowl—the four high-powered,... Read More

Somewhere on the road to On the Road, Jack Kerouac went from king of the Beats to style icon. In a tribute to his nomad appeal, Hogan has launched the... Read More

The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art pays tribute to avant-garde British fashion from 1976 through the present day with "AngloMania"... Read More

The elaborate Japanese art of cultivating chrysanthemums (kiku) may well be the botanical equivalent of haute couture—wildly extravagant, highly... Read More

At the South Street Seaport, the backdrop is the Brooklyn Bridge in all its Gothic glory. Tulle top and wool skirt by Carolina Herrera; nylon tights,... Read More

From New York to Bangkok, we've got the dish. Here, four of the best new tables across the globe.TELEPAN, NEW YORKChef Bill Telepan has taken... Read More

Manhattan and Amsterdam share more than just history. With a calendar of events, hotel recommendations, the latest restaurant openings, and a list of... Read More

In Buffalo, New York, preservationists are carefully rebuilding the demolished remains of Frank Lloyd Wright's 1905 Darwin Martin House... Read More

THE BOOK TOUR Frommer's Memorable Walks in New YorkJohn Wiley & Sons, $12.99.OVERVIEW A slim, pocket-sized volume that covers the basics of 11 New... Read More

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