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The legendary department store Liberty of London has jumped on the fashion cafeteria bandwagon by opening a new Champagne and oyster bar where shoppers can refuel with small bites and...
A few blocks from the harbor in Gustavia, this little crèpe restaurant is great for breakfast, kids’ lunch or dinner or a light snack during a shopping trip, and there’s...
This is Rio: a restaurant which carries only organic food, served buffet-style (called “por quilo” because the plates are weighed and charged by the kilo), in the expensive side, and...
These delightful tea shops, of which there are three in D.C., are my favorite places for a quick break. Step up to the counter to order from its diverse menu,...
It’s unclear where the “lido” in the name comes from, as there’s no beach to speak of, but this waterfront restaurant, overlooking the harbor of Amalfi, is one of the...
Since I last visited Vienna, the Una, my favorite restaurant in the MuseumsQuartier, has changed hands and been renamed Milo, but luckily the new owners promise that they won’t change...
Andrea Kuba of Tour Italy recommends: “Enjoy an elegant meal while sitting in antique furnishings among an art gallery found right in the heart of Positano.” Located in the center...
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