Q&A With Chef Troy Jorge Of Chicago’s Michelin Starred Temporis Restaurant

Like many of his peers, Troy Jorge faced the greatest challenge of his rising career with the coronavirus pandemic. As executive chef of Michelin-starred Temporis, he and proprietor Sam Plotnick worked tirelessly to prevent the restaurant’s closure by offering a carry out menu. After a lengthy closure, Temporis recently reopened its doors, while unveiling a […]

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Q&A With Pete Sittnick Of San Francisco’s Epic Steak & Waterbar Restaurants

  When you dine at Epic Steak or Waterbar, one of the first people you’re likely to meet is Pete Sittnick. Clearly among the hardest working people in the San Francisco restaurant industry, Pete faced the greatest challenge of his career with the coronavirus pandemic. Along with acclaimed executive chef Parke Ulrich, Pete had to […]

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What To Order In Atlantic City On National Cocktail Day

Colorful cocktail

Did you know that March 24 is National Cocktail Day? If you’re lucky enough to be Atlantic City, you might want to help celebrate the occasion! Try any of these finely crafted specialty cocktails! But if you can’t make it to Atlantic City, you can still try these in the comforts of your home! Nevertheless, […]

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Marin Suites Hotel: An Affordable Option To Expensive San Francisco Bay Area Hotels

Entrance to Marin Suites Hotel

Among the most frequent complaints from visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area are expensive hotels and expensive hotel parking. And with pent up demand to travel this spring and summer, it won’t be unusual to find hotel rates well exceeding $200 a night plus parking. Fortunately, there are more affordable options like Marin Suites […]

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Hotel Los Gatos: A Leading Choice For Business & Leisure Travelers To Silicon Valley

Main entrance to Hotel Los Gatos

Graced with architecture reminiscent of a Tuscan villa, Hotel Los Gatos is easily one of the most beautiful hotels in the San Francisco Bay Area. Praised for its first-class hospitality, accommodations and dining, it’s also a leading choice for visitors to Silicon Valley. Learn why Hotel Los Gatos is an exceptional option for both the […]

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Hottest New American Hotels To Open In 2021 (Part 2)

Six Senses Hotel inside the new XI buildings overlooking the Hudson River on New York's west side

American travel and hotel overnight stays are expected to get a big boost this year. With the notion bargain rates still being offered travelers are already booking reservations with substantial savings. Coupled with more and more Americans being vaccinated against COVID-19, it’s a great time to start thinking about that long overdue vacation. After covering […]

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Biltmore Estate: Holiday Day Trip From Greenville, South Carolina

Biltmore House with Christmas Tree at Dusk

If you’re lucky enough to visit Greenville during the holidays, you also might want to see the magnificent Biltmore Estate in nearby Asheville, North Carolina. While it’s true you’ll have plenty of things to do in the spectacular High Country, seeing this incredible attraction might just come once in a lifetime. Nestled within the breathtaking […]

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Five Virginia Wineries To Visit This Fall

Beautiful fall weather at Jefferson Vineyards in Charlottesville, Virginia

    Fall is one of the best times of the year to visit Virginia wineries particularly October, when Virginia Wine Month is celebrated. Despite the absence of large scale events, wineries across the Commonwealth are welcoming wine lovers in search of a pre-holiday getaway. But with many of Virginia’s 300+ wineries entering a new, […]

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Five Suggested Places To Stay This Fall In Paso Robles, California

Lobby of the Piccolo

      It’s no longer a secret, but one of the best times of the year to visit Paso Robles is in autumn. The wine harvest season is in full swing and many wineries are welcoming visitors for outdoor wine tasting. What’s more, local restaurants continue to offer outdoor dining and visitors can enjoy […]

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