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Chosen by star chefs from around the globe, this year's Hot Tables feature the best new restaurants in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Hong Kong, and Syndey — plus online-only coverage of London's best new eats.
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Cruise ships’ vast, multistoried main restaurants, lavish buffets, and casual grills by the pool are key dining staples, but almost every line also offers alternatives for those who want a more upscale meal. These venues usually feature an intimate atmosphere, elegant ambience, and sophisticated... Read more
By Molly Fergus, CondeNastTraveler.com
If you'd asked us this morning, we would've been quick to complain about LaGuardia's food options (Auntie Anne's Pretzels and a long line at Dunkin' Donuts come to mind). But turns out, we just haven't been spending enough in Terminals C and D. The newish... Read more