French Revolution

LIGHTEN UP Bourride, a delicate fish stew with fennel, potato, leeks and light saffron broth

French Revolution

by Lesley Balla | Photography by Dylan + Jeni | Angeleno magazine | May 31, 2016

There are a lot of escargots in this town right now. Sometimes, the meaty little mollusks are topped with flaky puff pastry. Other times, they’re deep inside their spiraled shells, and you need a fork and special gripping tool (a la Pretty Woman) to get them out. Either way, really good bread is often required because it would be a shame to waste all that melted butter, garlic and parsley.

Show Stoppers

The Swiss watch shows in Geneva and Basel provide a glorious canvas for the world’s top timepiece-makers to paint a picture of the year ahead in horology. Here, the highlights. Read More »

Space Cowboy

The work of James Geier’s 555 International—at Balena, the CAA Hotel, Nico Osteria and elsewhere—gives the city’s coolest spaces their of-the-moment look. Here are a few words from the man who’s building this city. Read More »

Spin Doctors

Using technology and focused training, two young entrepreneurs are attempting the impossible: fixing your golf swing. Read More »

Morning Glories

BATTER UP! The Winchester sells about 800 waffles a week in dishes such as the blueberry preserves-topped ones ($9) served at brunch.

Morning Glories

by Lisa Shames | Men's Book Chicago magazine | May 27, 2016

Remember when most chefs treated brunch as a dreaded chore? Recently, it’s become a different story with big-name toques all over town taking the same amount of care with the first meal of the weekend as they do later on at dinner. Getting out of bed just got a whole lot easier—and tastier too.

Bohemian House

Open Haus

FEELING FRESH Peri-peri prawn tacos with avacado, cilantro, mango salsa and peri-peri aioli ($15)

Open Haus

by Stephanie Smith | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | Men's Book Atlanta magazine | May 27, 2016

Saunter in through the thick glass front door of the white-brick Buckhead cottage—there’s no need to ring the doorbell—and you’ll discover a soft coastal breeze has wafted into town.

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