Latest Scoops in Restaurants

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Photo: Allerina & Glen MacLarty, Flickr

Another weekend is fast approaching, and so we must ask ourselves that perennial question: Where to go for brunch? If you’re tired of the same old omelette, then...

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When you see photos of Jessica Alba pushing her kids on the swings or Minnie Driver chasing her son around a sunny little playground, they’re usually at...

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Outdoor dining at Uva.

It’s 11:30pm and you’re famished. You’re out with your lightweight friends who don’t eat more than a nibble of a salad. You realize you’re heading toward a crisis situation when, between all the gossip and giggles, you catch yourself eyeing the tapas plate and counting how many each person ate. You need more… a lot more! So here’s what you do when the clock strikes midnight...

Directed and shot by: Thiago Da Costa. Edited by: Thiago Da Costa, Katie Ennis, Zack Wolder

When you come to Miami, you have to hit the beach. Naturally. But what if I told you there was another way to experience our waters? You can...

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Any Scot will tell you that the biggest party in the Scottish calendar is not St. Andrew's Day but Robert Burns Night, celebrated every January 25. This year, you can raise a wee dram to the poet, and enjoy a sumptuous Burns supper...

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Mswine, Flickr

Rumor has it that chicken and waffles first gained popularity in 1930s Harlem, when the after-hours' crowd was looking for something to eat that satisfied both...

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I love sushi just as much as any fish lover, but there’s another kind of raw fish that really says “Miami” to me...

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Picture this: You're seated in an intimate wood-paneled concert hall. A renowned chamber orchestra is about to strike the first chords, or maybe a soprano her first notes. Directly behind the musicians, a series of windows frame the downtown Manhattan skyline, lights glittering in the night. This is your experience at...

Directed and shot by: Thiago Da Costa. Edited by: Thiago Da Costa, Katie Ennis, Zack Wolder

When you think of Miami nightlife, do you immediately think of thumping dance clubs? If you do, then my latest video will give you a whole new perspective...

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Aaron Landry, Flickr
Angelo's pizza

Pizza has become an haute thing in New York. From Mario Batali’s Otto to Keith McNally’s Pulino’s, big chefs have taken the humble pie and crowned it with decadent flourishes like knackwurst and sauerkraut (the charcuterie pizza at Co.) and strips of pure pork fat (the lardo pie at Otto). But what about the classic New York pizza?...