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Cigars in sunny Midtown Manhattan when the weather is fair.
Posted: August 20, 2004 By Michael Moretti
Share. That's the best advice I can give as you decide what to order at Azucar in Edgewater, New Jersey, where size really does matter. The portions...more
Posted: June 23, 2004 By Alejandro Benes
Robust steaks and a cigar-friendly atmosphere in the Hudson Valley of New York.
Posted: May 20, 2004 By David Savona
It's hidden inside the stately, Victorian Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park like the surprise in a Fabergé egg. It's the hip and ultramodern Mandarin Bar,...more
Posted: March 16, 2004 By Mervyn Rothstein
Here's what we know. Except for a couple of places, you just can't easily enjoy a cigar in a public place in New York City since the smoking ban took...more
Posted: February 26, 2004 By Alejandro Benes
I had been to France 18 times in 20 years and dined at a half-dozen three-star Michelin restaurants in and near Paris. So when it came time to decide...more
Posted: January 19, 2004 By Mervyn Rothstein
Paris restaurateur Tim Johnston has three immediate strikes against him: he's a foreigner cooking food for the French, he's the leader of the one-man...more
Posted: October 16, 2003 By Joe Ray
Rosita quietly grooms my toes while I sit beneath the filtered shade of a palm tree sipping my new favorite drink; freshly squeezed lime juice....more
Posted: August 22, 2003 By Carrie Loranger Gaska
Smoking on the patio in Greenwich.
Posted: June 10, 2003 By Bruce Goldman
Since its splashy 2001 debut, the Palms casino-resort has established itself as one of the hippest playgrounds on the Las Vegas scene. Owned by the...more
Posted: May 22, 2003 By Rob Wiser
Manhattan's first and foremost cigar bar.
Posted: April 21, 2003 By David Savona
Puffing at the Four Seasons Hotel in Buenos Aires.
Posted: February 28, 2003 By James Sturz