Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Travel Guide

With its portfolio of incredible architecture, Prague is well-known for being gorgeous. Chef Oldřich Sahajdák would like to make the case that it’s also delicious.

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This spring, British oenophiles can sample decades-old Burgundies and unparalleled Rhône reds at Les 110 de Taillevent in London, the new wine bar offshoot of Paris’s iconic Taillevent restaurant.

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In Crete, young cooks and winemakers are fascinated by the island’s ancient flavors. Writer Gisela Williams searches out the best, starting with an Ottoman Era-inspired brunch.

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News Feed

JetBlue is rolling out more destinations for its food-centric Mint service, the airline's new answer to first class.

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Where To Go Next

Master sommelier Laura Maniec has fallen in love with Charlotte, North Carolina, where the new outpost of her incredible New York City wine bar, Corkbuzz, will open in June.

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You will not find a Caesar salad at Jose Garces’s new Argentine steak house, Rural Society.

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From stylish camera bags to airplane cocktail kits, here are eight fantastic new travel products.

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 From terrific golfing to native lobster, here's why a trip to these islands should be on your bucket list.

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Gabe Stulman runs six restaurants around New York's West Village, including Joseph Leonard, Fedora and Perla—so it's no surprise that his Paris picks remind him of home.

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Portland, Oregon chef Naomi Pomeroy recently returned from a trip to Hong Kong, where she ate the only chicken she ever wants to eat again.

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