Latest Scoops in Food and Drink

Shot and edited by Jack Gordon

The perfect picnic in the park starts with food from one of my favorite New York bakeries: Orwasher's. The shop houses a 100-year-old oven that turns out some of the most amazing bread you can get in the city...

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Rob Holland, Flickr

When Miamians have had their fill of city life, they head south to Everglades National Park. But of the park’s 2,400 square miles, I send my guests first to...

Shot by Joshua Homnick. Edited by Ramon Campos.

Organic ingredients from local farms? Check. Each scoop made fresh to order, using liquid nitrogren? Check. Deliciously smooth, creamy ice cream? Check...

Shot and edited by Ramon Campos.

When you think of New York's best cupcake, you probably don't imagine tofu on the ingredient list. But that hasn't stopped Kyotofu from piling up the awards for their sublime desserts...

Shot and edited by Ramon Campos.

Tea connoisseurs take note: there's a discreet haven in midtown Manhattan with 100 loose-leaf varieties from all over the world...

Shot by Joshua Homnick. Edited by Ramon Campos.

Ghirardelli may be San Francisco's best known chocolate, but production moved away years ago. Today, TCHO is the real San Francisco chocolate — and it's the only place in town involved in the entire chocolate making process...

Shot and edited by Ramon Campos.

If you had only one day to eat in New York City, you could go dizzy trying to sample all its best food. Luckily, there's a place...

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Paradise Cove by millerm217, Flickr

I'm back with Part II: expert tips from members of my Fairmont Miramar family. I've had so much fun this past year sharing my insider tips with you that I thought I'd let some of my colleagues...

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The East Village has plenty of hole-in-the-wall establishments, though few are quite so tiny as Abraco Espresso. This postage stamp-sized coffee bar barely affords a place to stand and raise a macchiato, never mind sit and drink one...

Shot by Joshua Homnick. Edited by Ramon Campos.

When you think of San Francisco food in all its artisanal, homegrown glory, the place you dream of is...