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A Vine Romance
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | September 17, 2015

It’s not often—almost never—that I get to discover a totally unknown, remarkable new restaurant before the spies-who-never-sleep at Eater, the ink-stained wretches at Grub Street and The New York Times...

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A Culinary Invasion
By Beth Landman | September 14, 2015

1. Sessanta
The latest from John McDonald (Lure Fishbar, Bowery Meat Company) is a hopping coastal Italian spot located in the Sixty Soho Hotel. The menu starts with...

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In the Genes
By Suzanne Gannon and Anne Marie O’Connor | September 9, 2015

“We’re like twins—I can look at her and she knows what I’m thinking—but we weren’t born on the same day,” says Norah Lawlor of her sister Ann,...

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Third Degree With Tommy Hilfiger
By The Editors | September 9, 2015

What five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
I’d love to host Grace Kelly, Jackie and John Kennedy, Andy Warhol and Jimi Hendrix.

How has the fashion industry...

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Letter From the Editor: Grace and Gratitude
By Cristina Cuomo | September 9, 2015

Gratitude comes in many forms. I immediately thought about the gratitude I feel toward everyone I encountered on my path to becoming a magazine editor. My first post-college job was working at ...

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Designers to Watch
By Liane Nelson | September 3, 2015

1. Baja East
Designers John Targon and Scott Studenberg have become fashion editor favorites since launching their lifestyle brand. Expect to see a springtime update to...

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Uncovered Girl
By Ray Rogers | August 31, 2015

Oh, the glamorous life of a supermodel! “Hold on—my dog just threw up,” says Chrissy Teigen, Sports Illustrated cover model and no-holds-barred co-host of new ABC talk show FABLife. She is splayed out on a couch in an L....

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Food If By Sea
Harry Hurt III | August 27, 2015

The one sure way for seaworthy food lovers to beat the heat and the highway traffic this summer is to dock and dine. Just leave the car at home and go by private or charter boat to a sumptuous variety of casual and fine-dining establishments nestled in the...

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Fresh-Air Fun
By Kathryn Maier | May 21, 2015

1. The Chester Biergarten
This brand-new addition to The Chester restaurant at the Meatpacking District’s Gansevoort Hotel will have you noshing on German-inspired sharable...

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By Bonnie Davidson | May 14, 2015

1. BKB
Direct from East Hampton comes this ocean-to-table concept serving the best aquaticedibles from East Coast waters—Harbor fluke (from $17), Maine lobster rolls ($26),...

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Unexpected Upscale
By Bonnie Davidson | May 8, 2015

1. Bowery Meat Company’s Lasagna
Nevermind that this is a steakhouse. The thing to order at buzzy Bowery Meat Company is Executive Chef Paul DiBari’s...

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Sartorially Speaking
By Patricia Field | May 8, 2015

I didn’t really think about it at the time, but even growing up I had my own style. I had my own tastes, and my tastes were also extended to my friends. My mom had a tendency to want to dress me a certain way, but I was like, “No. I...

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