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Rise of the Zombie King

Tiki historian Jeff "Beachbum" Berry has spent five decades obsessively chronicling Polynesian cocktail culture. Now he's opening his own bar, and everything is about to change. A...

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Seattle Musts: Joule, Westward, Ma'Ono Fried Chicken & Whisky

Joule Seattle's most reliable address for a casual, of-the-moment meal may be the Fremont Collective—a warehouse in the Wallingford neighborhood (about four miles north of downtown) that was...

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Where to drink cocktails, right now.

The Scoop on Denver's Bottled Cocktail Scene

Bars around town are starting to bottle their cocktails. Here are the details on the trend.

From Divey to Deluxe: Karaoke Bars Where You Can Drunkenly Play Popstar

Cocktails and karaoke go together like Hall and Oates. So what better way to celebrate cocktail week than by having a few too many and taking the stage to let your inner pop star shine? Most...

18 Great Fall Cocktails to Try Now

Ring in the season with libations that feature brown spirits like whiskey, brandy, and more.

15 New York City Restaurants That Know How to Make a Mean Cocktail

Not all restaurants make bad cocktails. Here's where you're guaranteed to get a well-made drink along with dinner.

Seattle Musts: Joule, Westward, Ma'Ono Fried Chicken & Whisky

Joule Seattle's most reliable address for a casual, of-the-moment meal may be the Fremont Collective—a warehouse in the Wallingford neighborhood (about four miles north of downtown) that was...

Nothing But Hits at East Village Newcomer Tuome

East-West fusion has gotten a bad rap, mainly because the execution is usually ham-fisted. Some dude stuffs pastrami in an egg roll, stirs wasabi into mashed potatoes, or jams kimchi into a...

New Chef Breathes New Life into Scandinavian Stalwart Aquavit

Long before there was a Faviken, a Relae, or even a Noma, many refined gastronauts came to appreciate Nordic food in a very different way than we understand it today thanks to a groundbreaking...

Tame Food in a Sensational Space at Seattle's Canlis

Canlis has been Seattle's first word in special-occasion dining since time immemorial—or at least since 1950, when Peter Canlis commissioned Pacific Northwest architect Roland Terry to envision a...

Mastering Perfect Ice Cream at Home with OddFellows' Sam Mason

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The Vaportini Makes Getting Drunk as Easy as Breathing

Welcome back to Consumed, a new video series in which Editorial Producer Kat Odell combs Manhattan and the surrounding areas for one-of-a-kind eats and drinks.

Everything You Need to Know About the Michelin Guide

Every fall, chefs and diners lose their minds over a little red book published by a tire company. Here’s a guide to understanding Michelin Madness.

Feel Food Is Selling 'Cheetos' You Don't Have to Feel Bad About Eating

Welcome back to Consumed, a new video series in which Editorial Producer Kat Odell combs Manhattan and the surrounding areas for one-of-a-kind eats and drinks.

Rise of the Zombie King

Tiki historian Jeff "Beachbum" Berry has spent five decades obsessively chronicling Polynesian cocktail culture. Now he's opening his own bar, and everything is about to change. A...

Fergus Henderson Explains St. John's Roast Bone Marrow, a London Legend

Everything you've ever wanted to know about the world-famous roasted marrow bones at St. John in London.

Eating Well at the End of the Road

Emily Garrity only had to shoot one pig before she figured out that the best way to kill them was publicly, in front of all the other pigs at the trough. I thought it sounded barbaric on the face...

The Last of the Arabbers

As he leads a painted horse cart brimming with oranges and bananas and peaches past housing projects and boarded-up buildings, B.J. looks like the king of West Baltimore. Friends shout his name,...

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Catch NYC Opening Seafood Emporium on La Cienega in West Hollywood

Top Chef Season 3 winner Hung Huynh is expanding his New York City concept to the northern stretch of La Cienega.

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Sun Noodle to Change Dorm Room Ramen Forever With Make-at-Home Kit

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Yelpers Can Now View Evanston Restaurant Health Inspection Data

Joins New York, San Francisco in posting health scores.

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Federal Court Rules Texas Restaurant Can't Trademark the 'Flavor' of Its Food

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German Beers Found to Contain Specks of Plastic, Dead Bugs, More

A new study may kill all your future beer cravings.

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New Petition Calls on Ben & Jerry's to Make Vegan Ice Cream

It has nearly 2,500 signatures.

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Book Deals: Chef James Briscione, George Motz, Chef John Ash, Kevin West, and More

Books about hamburgers, truffles, and beyond.

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Krispy Kreme Plans to Open 80 Locations in India

Dunkin' Donuts India is about to get some American competition.

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Eating Well at the End of the Road

Emily Garrity only had to shoot one pig before she figured out that the best way to kill them was publicly, in front of all the other pigs at the trough. I thought it sounded barbaric on the face...

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Bill Murray Used to Sling Pizzas at Little Caesars

He worked alongside Kerry Simon before Simon became a big chef.

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