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Feast for the Eye: El Toro Blanco Bows in the West Village

Don’t expect to see a mariachi band, fluorescent stucco walls or pinatas at the latest eatery from John McDonald and Josh Capon.

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Paris' Supply Stars

Chefs aren’t the only purveyors of go-to culinary destinations in Paris these days, as grocers, butchers and bakers have also earned a loyal following.

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Shiseido's Good Eats

The cosmetics company has a knack for finding superb caterers. Here, its recent caterer Tastings NYC shares a salad recipe that had editors begging for seconds.

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Washington's Magic Chef, Craig Harnden

British Ambassador Sir Peter Westmacott and his wife, Lady Susan, hosted an Olympics party on Friday where the 37-year-old chef's food took center stage.

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Rum, the Tommy Bahama Way

Jack Terry, head rumologist, shares the company's five most popular cocktails.

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Feast for the Eye: Tommy Bahama — A Dude's Gotta Eat

The company opened its first restaurant in Naples, Fla., 16 years ago, and has added a dozen more since.

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Feast for the Eye: Governor, Nose-to-Tail in DUMBO

The group behind Brooklyn Heights’ Colonie and Gran Electrica restaurants brings their expertise to DUMBO with their newest venture.

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Feast for the Eye: A Preview of SoHo's Jezebel

Nightlife impresarios Henry Stimler and Menachem Senderowicz are out to make kosher cool.

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LVMH Opens Hotel in Saint-Tropez

Eight-room luxury inn features a swanky Champagne bar.

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Feast for the Eye: A Welcoming Ken & Cook

There is an eagerness to please at the new “industrial brasserie” on Kenmare Street that is kind of irresistible.

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To Eat and Drink in L.A.: The Scene

For those coming to town to attend the Los Angeles International Textile Show, there is no shortage of places to quench one’s hunger and thirst.

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Feast for the Eye: Chef Matthew Lightner Forages Against the Machine at Atera

The new Tribeca eatery helmed by the Portland transplant aims to keep things cozy and handcrafted.

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