Over the next few months, Sin City’s dining scene will heat up with seven new eateries from famous chefs.
Whether you’re on a quest to cook like a Top Chef star or hope to get your hands dirty in an expert’s garden, these spots cater to your taste for culinary adventure.
Summer is the hot season for celebrating food and wine — warm weather months set the stage for a slew of culinary festivals, including the weird (think Montana’s World Championship Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival) and the major — Aspen’s Food & Wine Classic. From Montreal to California and garlic to beer, check out Forbes Travel Guide’s picks of the five best food and drink events this summer.
Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio may cook in his own Craft restaurants, but find out whether he mans the stove at home.
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David Chang is racking up quite the resume: He’s the culinary whiz behind the Momofuku restaurant empire — Noodle Bar, Ssäm Bar, Ko, Má Pêche, Seiōbo, The Bakery Milk Bar and soon-to-open spots in Sydney,… [Continue Reading]