At the East End’s first raw bar, the Richmond, happy hour is a bright, salty culinary experience.
The supermodel and designer was enchanted by Trancoso, a small fishing village on the country’s east coast, when she visited last month.
A curious photographer explored the late painter’s former pantry, and gathered what she found into a new cookbook that reveals his penchant for baking.
The dinner celebrated Goût de France, an international initiative to advance French gastronomy.
The poet’s memoir recounts her romance with her late husband, but it also tells the story of their romance with food. In her Manhattan home, the tastes and scents of their shared life linger.
The seventh-floor restaurant of the Fifth Avenue department store has compiled its own dishes alongside some from the industry’s biggest names in a new, petite tome.
The founder of the year-old denim brand with a cult following, Industry Standard, shares pictures from her weekend adventure in West Texas’s picturesque high desert city.
The art collector, adviser and booster shares recommendations for what to do in the city — just in time for its annual arts week.
The trio created a limited-edition sandwich, complete with chili Russian dressing, proceeds of which will benefit local animal shelters.
A London hotel celebrates the city’s “Savage Beauty” exhibition.
Jérôme Banctel of the recently opened Le Gabriel restaurant shares his favorite food-related hangouts in the City of Light.
A new cookbook shares culinary secrets from the Live Oak retreat in California.
At the mountainside Waterfall Farm in the northwest region of the state, indigenous trees are tapped, and the sap is stewed in a handmade sugarhouse.
Ordos, like so many of the country’s hundreds of new towns, is famous for being empty — a symbol, some would say, of the hubris of rampant urbanization. But the few people who live there see it differently.
Two new pints being introduced this week by Three Twins are winking, organic homages to beloved Ben & Jerry’s flavors.
An offshoot of the events project Babël, Escena Magica hosted its second supper, which doubled as a preview of the “(un)Scene” art show, last night.
The new Casa Cavia features a patisserie, flower shop, perfumery, bookstore, publisher and, of course, restaurant and bar.
Experts from some of the city’s best cafes share tips of the trade.
On the eve of Paris Fashion Week, the revered accessories designer opens up about where to eat, workout and shop.
A Portland resident’s mission: to change the way sake is brewed in America. Meet Gordon Heady.