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The King of New York

Ignacio Mattos has silently ruled over the city’s dining scene for a decade. Now the chef is opening up about his upbringing, his love life, and his burning passion for good food

Chef de Mission

The latest cookbook by Le Bernardin’s Eric Ripert promises to make cooking seafood easy. To test it, a writer gave it to her teenage son

Breakfast of Campioni

Founded by an American transplant in Rome and his Italian wife, Homebaked Grandma’s Kitchen serves bacon-and-egg breakfasts to hungry tourists, hungover students, and begrudging locals

Wine of the Times

London’s East End has gone from “proper old boozers” to natural-wine hubs

Sexy Feast

There’s a new Richard Caring restaurant in town. But the gods are not smiling down on Bacchanalia

Tuscany on the Thames

Started as a lunch canteen for the architects upstairs, Ruthie Rogers’s River Cafe has shaped The Way We Eat Now—and launched the careers of countless chefs

French Kiss

At Maison François, everything—from the cork-lined ceiling to the french fries—is worth talking about

Tommy Grimshaw

As the fall grape harvest begins, the youngest head wine-maker in England discusses the U.K.’s burgeoning wine industry

Bottoms Up

Copenhagen has long been an epicenter of fine dining. But these exciting wine bars make the case for a less fussy experience

There’s No Place Like Rome

The Manhattan opening of Roscioli, a revered fourth-generation Roman bakery and salumeria, asks: Can an iconic Italian restaurant ever really be replicated in the U.S.?

Rosé-Colored Glasses

At the Rochambeau Club, it’s always five o’clock, and Labor Day has been postponed indefinitely

Tom Wright

After opening a shop in the East Village, fashion’s favorite juice purveyor is taking his ginger-lime shots to delis and grocery stores around Manhattan

The Grande Dame and the Ingénue

Espadon, at the Hôtel Ritz, used to be one of the most exciting restaurants in France. Will the talented young chef Eugénie Béziat recapture the magic?

Brooklyn’s Finest

After nearly 25 years in Williamsburg, Andrew Tarlow’s Diner is more than a restaurant—it’s a happening

The Rise of the Chefluencer

TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube stars whose recipes have been viewed billions of times online are translating followings into real-life storefronts. But is the food any good?

Not a Rosé Future

It’s the best of times and the worst of times for the quintessential summer drink. Hotter temperatures have boosted the wine’s popularity, but they’re also threatening its vineyards

Talking Turkey

The new Peninsula Istanbul hotel is among the most exciting openings in Europe this year—but not because of the guest rooms

The Return of the King

Following his exile from the beloved Wolseley, one of London’s top restaurateurs is coming back with three new projects

Pressure Cooker

London’s first-ever Michelin-starred restaurant prepares to close its doors after 56 years

When Life Gives You Lemons …

French pastry chef Cédric Grolet’s lemon trompe l’oeil dessert is having a moment on menus around the world

Sunny Days at Silver Sands

A star chef from New York has re-invented a treasured motel on the North Fork. And the locals approve

A Seat at Ruthie Rogers’s Table

In an interview, the owner and chef behind London’s beloved River Cafe reveals everything, from her issue with truffle oil to her favorite city

Camilla Deterre

With a high-concept vision, the model turned interior designer has helped make Casino one of downtown Manhattan’s coolest restaurants

The Secret Saucier

Chef Arnaud Donckele has racked up six Michelin stars in both Paris and St. Tropez, largely on the strength of his veloutés and velours