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Fadensonnen (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Fadensonnen is one of the most engaging restaurants to emerge in Baltimore in the past several years. With a beer garden downstairs and a natural-wine and sake bar upstairs, it forms part of a collective of independently owned...Read Full Story

Xochi (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

In a luminous space in Houston’s new Marriott Marquis, Xochi is chef Hugo Ortega’s homage to Oaxaca. Ortega, who won the 2017 James Beard Award for Best Southwest Chef, puts the wood-burning horno to good use, turning...Read Full Story

Cinsault Rising (News & Features)

Lebanon has had a more fundamental influence on wine than any country on Earth. It’s a bold statement, perhaps, and there are some, such as the French, Italians, and maybe the Greeks, who might disagree. While Georgians and Armenians were likely the first winemakers, it was the seafaring,...Read Full Story

Coya (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Coya Miami, in the center of Miami’s affluent Brickell district, offers the sort of grand spectacle one might expect in a neighborhood favored by the Latin American jet set. It has soaring ceilings, plush furnishings, Arabesque designs and sumptuous, tropical plant-filled patios. The bar is sexy, the drinks,...Read Full Story

The Healdsburg SHED (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

The Shed is Cindy and Doug Daniels’ vision to bring the often disparate worlds of Healdsburg local and tourist together. Part grange, part garden and cookware store, part restaurant, bar and café, the bright and airy, barn-shaped building offers the kind of Sonoma-fresh experience that visitors love,...Read Full Story

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