Long hyped as the next Tuscany, Croatia’s northerly Istrian peninsula shares vibrant coasts, pastoral vineyards and a mellow growing climate with its Italian neighbor. But the region has a culinary culture all its own.
UK-based photographer Leila Peterson presents a visual tour of London and shares her favorite local haunts.
Like Arsenio Hall, ice bars are another '90s phenomenon making a comeback. Read more >
Whether or not homeward bound travelers next week have the liberty of staying in a hotel, these expert bars can provide some respite from the holiday crush. From New York's NoMad to Bradstreet Craftshouse at the Graves 601 Hotel in Minneapolis, here are the country's best hotel bars. New Slideshow: Best Hotel Bars
A few months ago when I was in London, I fell in love with a bar. Duck & Waffle is set on the 40th floor of an office building; the city views are astonishing. Even better from my point of view: The place is open 24/7. I wasn’t the only one to appreciate this opportunity to eat and drink at all hours of the day and night—star chefs Danny Bowien and Heston Blumenthal have logged time there too. Read more >
In the Dolomite mountains of the Italian Alps, foodies from around the world come to ski and skiers from around the world come to eat. Visitors can hire Agustina Lagos Mármol to arrange a custom tour, which may include these fabulous places. Read more >
Writer Lauren Collins spent a weekend inside Dublin's booming DIY restaurant world. Here are nine must-visit spots. Read more >
The bright side of Ireland's economic malaise? Dublin's food and drink scene is more fun than it's been in years. Writer Lauren Collins spends a weekend inside the city's booming DIY restaurant world. Read more >
In the Italian Alps, foodies from all around the world come to ski and skiers from around the world come to eat. Here, our favorite spots to eat, ski and eat. Read more >
For F&W Pie Week, we present the best apple pies in the country, from totally traditional versions with flaky crusts and cinnamon-spiced apples to deep-fried variations and others made luxuriously rich with caramel. The creator of this beauty at Slightly North of Broad in Charleston references Taoism and balance in everything he does. The apple pie pairs sweet Carolina apples with a tangy zip of sour cream and has an eggy pâte sucrée crust offset with a topping of crunchy, toasty walnut strudel. New Slideshow: America's Best Apple Pies