Women’s Wear Daily
04.17.2014

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tommy bahama, marketing, restaurants, rob goldenberg, islands, Naples, Florida, marketing, Hawaii, Florida, Las Vegas, Southern California, New York, Fifth Avenue, flgaship, Tokyo, Ginza district

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.

New York, Governor, restaurant, Brooklyn, Dumbo, Tamer Hamawi, Elise Rosenberg, Emilie Kihlstrom, Brad McDonald,

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.

Henry Stimler, Menachem Senderowicz, Jezebel, SoHo, kosher restaurant, new york, kosher, nightlife, The Box,

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

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

LVMH, White 1921, Moet & Chandon

LVMH Opens Hotel in Saint-Tropez

Eight-room luxury inn features a swanky Champagne bar.

Jason Binn, terry lundgren, salman rushdie, hana soukupova, emma watson, ken & cook, new york, kenmare,

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.

Los Angeles International Textile Show, Los Angeles, food and drink, dining scene, restaurants, bars, textile show, The Sayers Club, Papaya King, Hollywood, Prince, Tony Bennett, Los Angeles, Villains Tavern, Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing, Ink, Michael Voltaggio,

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.

Atera, Tribeca, Matthew Lightner, Portland, Oregon, sustainable, best new chef, Food & Wine magazine, tasting menu, Jeremy Levitt, Andrew Cohen, Parts and Labor Design, James Beard Foundation

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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