There is something about the northeastern coast that I love. The rocky coasts and clapboard houses, the old lighthouses and lobster traps offer a dose of old-world charm that you won’t find just anywhere. I’ve been lucky enough to visit a number of the towns that dot the coast from Boston to Bar Harbor. One
It’s been a tough year. Who would have thought, even 10 months ago, that most of the world would be locked in the grips of a pandemic unlike anything we’ve experienced in our lifetimes? No matter where we live in the world, we are all walking through life so more slowly and carefully this year.
On Monday, March 16, 2020, the Food, Wine, Travel Magazine writers addressed how the coronavirus outbreak was affecting travel, the world, them, and you. You can access our stories here.
This year is going to be anything but boring. Tokyo is going to host the Summer Olympics, while Sapporo will hold its Snow Festival. Jamaica will be celebrating the late Bob Marley’s 75th birthday, and Dublin will commemorate the life of writer James Joyce during Bloomsday. Of course, there are lesser-known events, too. Glouster, UK,
With much of the world suffering from record-setting temperatures this summer, a good cocktail might be just the thing to help cool us down. Ten of our travel writers share their favorite summer cocktails—simple and simply delicious—with you. Oaxacan Burro Nothing says summertime like paying a visit to Georgia’s Whiskey Project. Located in Roswell, just
Summer is quickly approaching—at least in the northern hemisphere, and it’s the perfect time to take a weekend or more to spend time relaxing and rejuvenating. Fifteen Food, Wine, Travel Magazine writers share their favorite worldwide weekend destinations with you. Float Away in Traverse City Traverse City, Michigan, has plenty of must-do activities for a
Italy’s cultural identity embraces food, and no city’s existence is more attached to Italian cuisine than Bologna. While it has never been the tourist destination that its more-famous sisters—Rome, Venice, Florence—have been, its art, history, and culture equal that of the others. The essence of Bologna, however, is its food. Bologna gave birth to many
From Châteaubriand and champagne to cocktails and sushi to dinner and a movie, our international restaurant suggestions have you covered for Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day is barrelling down on us, and studies project that we will spend almost 21 billion dollars on each other to celebrate this week. The majority of that money will go