Shoji Sushi: Miami

Posted on December 10, 2006 Under Travel

Anyone who has been reading this site for more than a few months knows I have high expectations when it comes to Sushi. In fact, I'm not really ashamed to say I'm a complete snob when it comes to eating…

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Novecento: Miami

Posted on December 7, 2006 Under Food

After a long day of travel to Miami, Josh and I were famished when dinner time rolled around this evening. Lucky for us, Novecento is right across the street from our base camp, the Conrad Miami (We know, it's not…

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Phat Phuc: London

Posted on November 10, 2006 Under Food

On a recent trip to London, I found myself eating pretty much at the very top of the food chain at every meal. Favorites like Nobu, Le Caprice and Cipriani expanded both my credit balance and waistline. Staying as I…

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Japonais Chicago

Posted on April 10, 2006 Under Travel

I'm in Chicago right now for a quick presentation--unfortunately not long enough to check out much more than a few places. I did however get a chance to eat at Japonais, an exceptional Japanese restaurant right on the Chicago River.…

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Paris Restaurant: Kong

Posted on September 7, 2005 Under Travel

My last night in Paris I ate at a restaurant called 'Kong', on the top two floors of the prestigious Louis Vuitton building address-- 1 Rue du Pont Neuf. The restaurant is an elevators ride up, above the Kenzo flagship…

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Paris Restaurant: Cabaret

Posted on September 6, 2005 Under Travel

Right around the corner from Musée Du louvre in the 1st Arrondissement, lies an incredibly simple and standard looking restaurant called Cabaret with a view of the neatly table-cloth covered tables on the ground floor -- but that's only from…

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London: Hakkasan

Posted on June 15, 2005 Under Travel

Hakkasan is an exclusive restaurant tucked in the back corner of Hanway Street, a small unassuming side street right off Tottenham Court Road. The space was originally built to be a parking garage, but restaurant mastermind Alan Yau renovated it…

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London: Wakaba Restaurant

Posted on June 14, 2005 Under Travel

Since 1987, Wakaba Restaurant has remained hidden behind a single curved acid-etched facade, a mysterious barrier between the restaurant and the busy street outside. Wakaba is a signature John Pawson design, minimalist to the max. For several years, the restaurant…

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First Undersea Restaurant

Posted on May 3, 2005 Under Life

The word's first "Undersea Restaurant" has opened in The Maldives. The restaurant is a part of the Hilton Maldives Resort, on Rangali Island. The restaurant, which is called Ithaa, sits five meters below the surface of the Indian Ocean, surrounded…

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