St. Regis Hotel: Interactive Menu

Posted on January 31, 2008 Under Food

Paper just got a little more obsolete. A week after Orange and UK ad agency The Alternative debuted a much buzzed about no touch interactive phone menu in the window of its Carnaby Street store, NYC's legendary St. Regis Hotel…

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The Groucho Club: London

Posted on October 15, 2007 Under Travel

One of my new favorite places to go out in London is certainly The Groucho Club, a members-only club with three bars, a brasserie and a formal dining room. The best part, really, are the people -- everyone invited or…

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Ku De Ta Restaurant: Bali

Posted on August 9, 2007 Under Travel

On one of our evenings in Bali a few weeks ago, we thought it was time to treat ourselves to something truly special (okay, every night felt special), and after reading many reviews about the über famous Ku De Ta…

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Posted on June 12, 2007 Under Design

BURNEVERYTHING, my favorite Liverpool-based creative studio, recently dropped a new site featuring their rapidly growing (and consistently amazing) portfolio. The new site is, from what I remember, even more straightforward than their last, but the uncomplicated design does a great…

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Beddingtons: Amsterdam

Posted on February 26, 2007 Under Travel

Best described as darlingly innovative cuisine, we had a chance to dine at Beddingtons Saturday evening in Amsterdam. Usually a near impossible reservation to get, we lucked out with a cancellation literally seconds before we called to inquire. Jean Beddington,…

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Yamazato Restaurant: Amsterdam

Posted on February 25, 2007 Under Travel

Yamazato is a traditional Japanese restaurant tucked on the ground floor of Amsterdam's Hotel Okura. Zagat readers gave their nod to the restaurant as being one of the best Japanese restaurants in the whole of Europe-- and being the Asian…

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Patara: London

Posted on February 21, 2007 Under Travel

A late arrival in London last evening left me at myhotel (no pun intended) famished. I stumbled down the road to a gem of a restaurant called Patara. With locations in South Kensington, Knightsbridge, Oxford Circus and Soho, the self-proclaimed…

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Atrio Restaurant: Conrad Miami

Posted on January 12, 2007 Under Travel

Executive Chef Michael Gilligan is no stranger to the kitchen-- we were glad (and very pleased) to try his newest creation called Atrio, a gem of a restaurant tucked inside the Conrad Hotel in Miami during our trip to the…

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Wish: The Hotel Miami

Posted on January 9, 2007 Under Travel

If you go to one restaurant in Miami, make sure it's Wish. Wish is in The Hotel in South Beach, and it impressed Josh and I in a way restaurants rarely do. The atmosphere had that classy, yet South Beach…

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La Locanda: Miami

Posted on December 13, 2006 Under Food

By the time our last night in Miami rolled around (earlier this week), we were 'restaurant-ed out' to say the least. We had experienced some great cuisine during the 3 previous nights, but it just gets a little tiring going…

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