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Video: Just Plane Good Food — No-Bake Brownie Energy Bites

When it comes to getting your carry-on bag through the TSA checkpoint, there are a lot more “don’ts” than “dos.” There’s a massive list of things you’re not allowed to bring into a plane’s cabin: liquids larger than 3.4 ounces, baseball bats, dynamite, etc. (Okay, those last two might be a little obvious, but still.)…

4 Traditional English Meals and Where to Experience Them

English cuisine hasn’t always had the best reputation among foodies, whether it’s the ubiquitous take-away curries, the stuffy old Sunday roasts, or the greasy full English breakfast. Recently, however, a number of hotels and restaurants in hip neighborhoods, along with a few classic standbys, have been elevating the traditional British fare for the modern era.…

Italy’s Top Hotels With Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Italy is one of the world’s premier destinations for foodies, and the country consistently ranks in the upper echelon of Michelin-starred restaurants. Many are housed in luxurious hotels, from charming converted monasteries to big-city 19th-century grande dames. Chefs turn out classic Italian dishes with signature twists in dining rooms that are simple and traditional, or…

5 Best Boozy Brunches at NYC Hotels

Brunch is its own subculture in NYC, with hundreds, if not thousands, parading to their favorite eateries on Saturday and Sunday between roughly 10 a.m. and 4 p.m to devour everything from pancakes to eggs Benedict to huevos rancheros. Though not a requirement, many choose to indulge in mimosas, Bloody Marys, and more — there…

5 of the Most Historic Hotel Bars Around the World

When on vacation, many travelers are likely to check out their hotel bar for some evening libations. Hotels are, after all, often known for their food and drink offerings. We took a look at thousands of hotel bars around the world and singled out some of the most historic, noted for inventing popular drinks or…

A Guide to Food in Mexico City

To call Mexican food one of the world’s great cuisines is an understatement. At this point in history, it’s been exported to places as far flung as Bali, India, and Australia, and nearly every city in the United States has its go-to Mexican joint. But Mexico is a big place and sampling all of its…

The 10 Best Things to Do in New York City

Every year, New York City plays host to over 50 million visitors. And almost every one of them comes armed with a list of must-see sights and must-do experiences. Given the city’s status as a world capital — and as a hub of entertainment, fashion, art, and culture — it can be a little overwhelming…

4 Great American Beer Cities and What to Do in Each

History buffs, put your thinking caps on: What historical event took place on April 7? Stumped? Today marks the day that President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison Act, which set into the motion the repeal of prohibition. Roosevelt’s famous statement on the Act: “I think this would be a good time for a beer.”…

The One Must-Try Food in 47 European Countries

There’s always one — that one inimitable treat your trip to Europe wouldn’t be complete without sampling. It’s the one dish your friends waste no time in asking you about. That isn’t to say it’s easy to choose one food for each country. After all, this is Europe, home to some of the most delicious…

9 Foods You Didn’t Know Were Named After Actual Places

When you’re eating something delicious, your brain is probably focused on your senses — is the cheese stinky? Sharp? Gooey? Does it pair well with the rosemary cracker you’ve put it on or the red wine you’re sipping? The farthest thing from your mind is likely the etymology behind the delectable thing you’re consuming. But…