Top Places to Travel: MALLORCA . . . This is the classy, authentic version of Spain your eighteen-year-old self never knew existed. It’s essentially la vida loca without the foam parties: a grown-up place that trades shooters for fine wine and loud music for great conversations. The city exhales elegance and variety.
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Best of NYC: YARA . . . There’s something about the way that all the food is prepared in-house that blurs the line between the piquant-ness of fine dining with your grandmother’s home cooking – which combined, equals the food at Yara. A welcome addition to the Midtown locale, which always needs good spots to eat near work.
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Top Places to Travel: THE LODGE at BLUE SKY . . . The Auberge Resorts group has had a prominent place in luxury hospitality all over the US, Europe, Mexico, and other places around the world since 1998. So when the new Lodge at Blue Sky property opens up in Utah, we know it’s exciting. Nature, fresh air, and a luxury lodge – we’re listening.
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Our Galavante founder, Christine Drinan, who’s been to over 100 countries around the world and is on her way to 195, has a local guide of her favorite spots in Chicago, which is where she grew up. "Although I live in New York, I was raised in Chicag...
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Our Galavante founder, Christine Drinan, who’s been to over 100 countries around the world and is on her way to 195, has a local guide of her favorite spots in London, where she often travels.
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Our Galavante founder, Christine Drinan, who’s been to over 100 countries around the world and is on her way to 195, has a local guide of her favorite spots in Rome, where she often travels.
Our Galavante founder, Christine Drinan, who’s been to over 100 countries around the world and is on her way to 195, has a local guide of her favorite spots in Paris, where she often travels.
Our Galavante founder, Christine Drinan, who’s been to over 100 countries around the world and is on her way to 195, has a local guide of her favorite spots in Berlin, where she often travels.
Our Galavante founder, Christine Drinan, who’s been to over 100 countries around the world and is on her way to 195, has a local guide of her favorite spots in NYC, which is where she lives. "Although I’ve lived on the Upper West Side for eighteen y...
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Top Places to Travel: LONDON . . . What do you get when you combine London’s most iconic hotel with one of the world’s best restaurant groups? The guys from “Make It Nice” (chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara—not that they needed any introduction) will be opening Claridge’s newest restaurant this summer.
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Best of NYC: LIQUOR LAB . . . Think of it as a cooking class, but for your favorite cocktails. Better yet, not only do you get to make the drinks yourself along with the renowned bartenders, they also teach you all about the ins and outs of the cocktail history. And there's a class for everyone.
Top Places to Travel: HUE, VIETNAM . . . Azerai is the modern know-how for elegance, refinement, and beauty. No surprise with its Aman roots. They also just planted their second flag in Vietnam and under the Azerai brand. After having launched the Azerai Can Tho last spring, Adrian Zecha’s next move is Azerai La Residence, Hue.
Best of NYC: MANHATTA . . . It’s cool, it’s modern, and it’s on the 60th floor of a downtown skyscraper. The floor-to-ceiling windows on every side of the restaurant mean that every corner of Manhatta is an Instagram-able photo op, and it’s worth going up there if only to see the view (although the food really is worth it too).
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Top Places to Travel: SANTORINI, GREECE . . . Do you remember how as a kid, and you’d read fairy tales that took place on beautiful faraway islands, with mesmerizing lookout caves on never-before-seen cliffs? Do you remember wondering if these places actually exist? Well, they do, and we’re sure of it. As a grown-up, you can visit Santorini - and that’s as close as it gets to that fairy tale setting.
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Best of NYC: LADYBIRD . . . If you were to characterize the décor, it’s proudly, unabashedly feminine, though with equal opportunity for everyone to enjoy a plant-based meal. Ladybird is just pretty – from the moment you spy the discreet sign outside its East Village locale to the green and pink interior.
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Top Places to Travel: THE GEORGE, NEW JERSEY . . . Sometimes, the hustle-and-bustle of NYC town leaves you wanting to slow down a bit, if even just for one weekend. Thanks to Bobbi Brown (yes, the Bobbi Brown) and her husband Steven Plofker, you now can, because they’ve opened The George: a newly designed boutique hotel just a short drive away from NYC.
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Galavante Travel Buzz: AMERICANS NEED TO REGISTER FOR EUROPE . . . The State Department recently tweeted about a crucial change to the European travel policy for American citizens. Although this won’t affect your travel plans until 2021, the European Commission have now implemented the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) for citizens of over 60 countries. Worry not, this is not a visa.
Best of Galavante Recipes: MIMO, SAN SEBASTIAN . . . When you have one of the highest Michelin stars per square meter in the world, you’re clearly not messing around in the kitchen. Welcome to San Sebastian, where yes, the white sand beaches are objectively blissful, but they take a backseat to the culinary scene.
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Top Places to Travel: ISRAEL . . . If there’s a destination that’s regarded as hot this year, consider Israel scorching. Even if you take away the fact that it’s the birthplace of Western religion, as well as all of the politics and economics in the region, you still have a place where the wine flows, the nightlife extends to the wee hours of the morning, and the culinary scene is tough to beat.
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