Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Expert Guide

Here, Elizabeth Minchilli’s cardinal rules for pizza eating, Roman-style, from her new travel guide, Eating Rome.

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A new kind of “archeo-culinary tours” called Elifant are tapping into archaeology as a way of learning about how the current incarnation of Italian cuisine came to be. 

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Travel Tips

A new Brooklyn bed and breakfast perfectly captures the current Southwest-meets-reclaimed industrial design zetigeist, with great snacks to boot.

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Go List

New York's best new food is hidden in tiny sushi bars, a food court and a beer joint. Here, eight amazing new restaurants and three much-anticipated hotels.

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F&W's travel experts searched the globe for the year's best eating experiences. Here, four essential new spots in Cape Town.

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American lawyer Michael Cioffi turned a deserted hilltop town in Tuscany into a paradise of pasta, art and music.

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Pasquale Forte made his mark producing seriously impressive wines. Then he turned his attention to restoring the nearby hilltop town Rocca d'Orcia, opening an art gallery, a home-goods store, an enoteca and an osteria headed by chef Enrico Bartolini.

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F&W's travel experts searched the globe for the year's best eating experiences. Here, three fantastic restaurants and four exceptional new hotels in London.

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With a gaucho by her side, F&W 's Megan Krigbaum explores Argentina's Uco Valley, a once-overlooked region that now offers spectacular wines, fantastic resorts and seven different ways to cook with fire.

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Travel Tips

Keeneland Racetrack
Visit in the morning while the horses are training.

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