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The 38 Essential Dallas Restaurants, October '14

The <b>Eater 38</b> has returned with a quarterly update. For the uninitiated, this is a map intended to help answer that age-old question, <b>"Can you recommend a restaurant...?"</b><p>This autumnal update of the 38 brings the additions of a Henderson Avenue staple that's better than ever, a Latin American gem in …

Behold the Meaty Glory of Hibiscus's Charcuterie Plate

In a city that's so fixated on meat in all its many forms, it's no surprise that Dallas is producing some stellar charcuterie boards. Chefs in Dallas are using old-school techniques to produce both classic versions of and modernized takes on rillettes, torchons, mousses, and salumi in-house, along …

One Night in Dallas (Downtown).... I need EPIC - Restaurants - Dallas

Alright here it is Dallas Hounders.....<p>I am bringing my wife out from OC CA to Dallas to show her the area for a possible relocation to Dallas. It …

What Does It Mean to Be 'Meat Drunk'? Daniel Vaughn Explains

<i>Texas Monthly</i> barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn probably eats more smoked meats in one week of traveling the state than many people do in a lifetime. An enviable career tract, surely, but not one without its own set of unique dangers: Besides being pestered by strangers concerned for his cholesterol …

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The Best Street Food in Italy

Gelato and pizza are terrific, but they only scratch the surface of Italy’s exciting, rich and colorful street food scene. We picked 12 essential street eats you must try on your next trip. (Two words: fried cream).<p><b>LAMPREDOTTO</b><p><b>OLIIVE ALL'ASCOLANA</b>

The Essential Things to Know Before You Visit London

Follow these tips, and you may even be mistaken for a local.<p>London is an overwhelming city. Sprawling, old, and populated by countless museums, hotels, bars, nooks, and crannies, it's impossible to pack everything into a single trip and experience true British culture at the same time. Don't want …

At Home in Rome: Where to Stay

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>The Roman Empire may have fallen off the map centuries ago, but to a modern traveler, the center of Italy’s capital city may feel just as vast.<p>While walkable, distances between monuments within Rome’s historic core can be a haul—made worse if the tiny, twisty streets turn …

Recipes for Calamari

Squid is a staple ingredient in cuisines across the world<p>Squid—often referred to by its Italian name, calamari— is a staple ingredient in cuisines …

Herbed Tomato Tart

Heat oven to 375°. Fit pastry sheets side by side into a parchment paper–lined 13" x 17 3⁄4" rimmed baking pan, pressing pastry against bottom and …

What to Know About Booking Cruise Excursions Before You Board

When it comes to cruise excursions, it pays to plan ahead and book in advance. Condé Nast Traveler explains the how and why.<p>For many travelers, a cruise is all about the itinerary and the exotic destinations the ship will explore. That’s why selecting the right shore excursion is such a crucial …

The One Dish to Eat in Iceland...Is Hot Dogs?

Rotten shark might be the most well known of Iceland’s traditional foods, but most locals don’t eat it. The unofficial national food? A hot dog.<p><b>The one dish to eat in Iceland is…</b><p>Not fermented shark. Many travelers assume that Iceland's most iconic dish is hákarl, or fermented shark, which Anthony …

12 Beautiful Bookstores That Are Worth Traveling For

Bookstores aren’t just literary gathering spots—they’re often beautiful, fascinating destinations in their own right. Here are a few of our favorites around the world that are worth a trip (or two) out of your way.<p>El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Bueno Aires<p>Selexyz Dominicanen, Maastricht, Netherlands

Cruise Ship Photo Tour: Oceania Insignia's Cool New Features

The wildly popular R-class sister ships from Oceania Cruises—Insignia, Nautica, and Regatta—are keel deep in a massive refurbishment. When all is said and done, Oceania will have spent $50 million to update the ship’s public areas, suites, and staterooms. The Insignia was the first ship to get a …

Best New Hotels 2017 | Hot List - Condé Nast Traveler

Previous<p>The 40 Most Beautiful Countries in the World<p>Our Favorite American Road Trips<p>The Best Hidden Beaches in Italy<p>The Most Beautiful Places in France<p>The Best Islands in the World<p>Next<p>Labor Day Inspiration<p>It's not too late to plan that weekend escape.<p>Previous<p>Labor Day Weekend Getaways You Can Book …

The 9/11 Museum: What You Need To Know Before You Go

Here’s a brief rundown on what you need to know before visiting the 9/11 Museum, opening May 21, including security measures and how to get tickets.<p>Following a weeklong dedication period that began May 15, with special viewings and memorials for 9/11 families, survivors, and first responders, the …

Brisket Ain’t Cheap

Two weeks ago Cranky Frank’s Barbeque in Fredericksburg finally bit the bullet. They raised their prices for barbecue and posted a sign on the door …

Where to Eat in San Francisco Now

San Francisco is notorious for being a food-obsessed city. Chefs are pushing the boundaries, and sounding out their own dialect of California …

Niçoise Salad Quiche

Place flour, butter, and salt in a bowl; using your fingers, rub together until pea-size crumbles form. Add 5 tbsp. ice-cold water; stir until dough …

Chewy Almond Macaroons

Preheat oven to 375°F. Combine the almond paste, sugar and salt in a large mixing bowl and, using your hands, knead together until mixture is just …

Six-Onion Pizza

In a large bowl, stir together honey, yeast, and 1⁄4 cup water, heated to 115°; let sit until foamy, about 10 minutes. Stir in beer and oil until …

5 Places to Relive the Roaring Twenties in New York City

There’s a reason we use the term “Roaring Twenties” to describe the decade between World War I and the Great Depression: Among other firsts, it was …

The Best Cities for Shopping in the U.S.

Our readers love to shop on vacation, and they know where to do it. More than 79,000 of you voted on your favorite cities for shopping in our annual Readers' Choice Awards, and although the major players were no surprise (hello, NYC), several smaller towns are also making their mark on the …

Some of the Best Sweets in S.F. Are the Ones You Make Yourself at This Workshop

From April 28-30, you can learn how to make everything from tarts to your own chocolate cremeaux at San Francisco Cooking School. The best part? You can eat your homework.<p>It's no secret that San Francisco is a sweet tooth's heaven. So it comes as no surprise that the San Francisco Cooking School …

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NYC Restaurant Week Asks: Can You Pronounce "Prix Fixe?"

New York City's highly anticipated winter Restaurant Week starts later this month, but the hype is building thanks to a hilarious new video.<p>New York City's highly anticipated Restaurant Week, when locals and visitors alike can score $38 set-price dinners at some of the city's best tables, starts …

London's Newest Street Art Show Hits Shoreditch

The latest street art show to open in London's screamingly trendy Shoreditch is a beauty.