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Best Boozy Hotel Brunches in Miami

While many travelers come to Miami for the sandy, palm tree–lined beaches and warm, salty air, they stay for the food and drink. To get the best of both, we recommend dining at one of the city’s scenic hotel restaurants for weekend brunch. Kick back and enjoy cool cocktails and tasty bites. These brunch spots…

Why Fort Lauderdale Should Be on Your Foodie Travel List

Last weekend I had brunch with Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka at the Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale. Seriously! I mean, it was me plus dozens of others, but still. The A-List duo hosted a Bloody Mary brunch for the South Beach Wine and Food Festival (SOBEWFF), which, as you might have guessed, is not limited…

7 Hotels Perfect for Chocolate Lovers

Come with me, and you’ll be in a world of pure imagination—okay, perhaps you’ll never be able to visit Willy Wonka’s fantastical chocolate room in his candy factory. (A chocolate waterfall? We wish!) But if you have a sweet tooth, you need not despair for lack of a candy-filled adventure. You can find your own…

The 10 Best Ways to Celebrate Your Dirty 30s Around the World

There’s something about turning 30 that feels a little complicated. It’s exciting, of course, but also a bit daunting. After all, aren’t you supposed to be an adult by now? Don’t worry, though, because we’ve got 10 great ideas for 30th birthday getaways. And no — we’re not talking about a cute dinner with your…

6 Insider Secrets Every Visitor to Lisbon Needs to Know

Praca da Figueira image courtesy Kyle Valenta It’s hard to argue with pretty, making it almost impossible to find a thing to fight about when it comes to Lisbon. The hilly Portuguese capital has been enchanting artists, authors, and travelers for centuries, and is seeing a major resurgence in interest. According to Lisbon’s government, the…

5 Unexpected Foodie Destinations That Are Hot Right Now

Pop Quiz: Are you one of those travelers who takes a photo of every single dish you eat? And when you return home from said trip, your mailbox (or inbox) is chock-full of Food & Wine, Saveur, and Bon Appétit magazines (or e-mails)? Do you know what it means to have an item cooked sous-vide,…

8 U.S. Airports for Health Nuts

Photo Credit: Chris Oakley You think airport, and you think back-breakingly heavy bags, crowds, hassle, and Auntie Anne’s. But happily, fitness facilities and healthy restaurants at airports are on a major upward trajectory. We’ve highlighted these U.S. airports for their exceptional wellness outlets, which help passengers convert that pre-boarding purgatory into time to relax, exercise,…

How Far $25 for Dinner Goes Around the World

To enjoy a well-rounded dinner in the U.S. (we’re talking maybe a burger and fries with a beer, a salad to start, and something sweet to finish), you’ll need about $25 dollars in your pocket. But that’s not the case everywhere in the world. In Norway, for example, $25 will just get you the bare…

6 Luxury Hotels in Paris, and Their Cheaper (But Similar) Alternatives

Whether you’re a high roller after the best the city has to offer or looking to celebrate a special occasion in style, you can’t beat the appeal of a super luxurious hotel in Paris. However, when super luxe is financially out of reach, that doesn’t mean you have to scrap your plans — there’s almost…