Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Over the past few years, the once-rustic town of Montauk on Long Island's eastern end has become increasingly stocked with great boutique hotels, as well as slightly lower-key, beachside restaurant projects from some of our favorite chefs. Here's a quick guide to the newest hotel updates.

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To borrow a line from country singer George Jones, Nashville’s hotter than a two-dollar pistol. Here’s why restaurateurs keep coming.


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Travel

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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Food halls have become enormous tourist attractions. Here’s a look at the trend in the U.S.

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Where would you make a pilgrimage for a meal? Here, F&W’s editors and staff list their favorite food destinations.

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Travel Guide

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

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Winery DIY

TV home-improvement guru Carter Oosterhouse is out to create a new kind of Michigan winery.

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Aboard Viking’s new ocean cruise ship, guests can drink aquavit in an infinity pool and reinvigorate in a Nordic snow room.


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Travel Guide

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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Travel Guide

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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