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X.O. Cafe, Providence, Rhode Island

Providence is home to more artists per capita than any other city in the United States, according to a survey by the Rhode Island Council for the...more

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Marc Wortman

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The Tremont Hotel, Chicago, Illinois

When Mike Ditka, the coach of the New Orleans Saints, returns to his old Chicago haunts, he checks into the dignified Tremont, staying in a suite...more

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Kenneth Shouler

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Marriott Plaza Hotel, Buenos Aires

For most of this century, inviting someone to rendezvous at the bar of the Plaza Hotel in the heart of Buenos Aires has been the Argentine equivalent...more

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Jonathan Kandell

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Hotel Vernet, Paris, France

A boutique hotel, or hôtel de charme as the French say, the Hôtel Vernet looks like a fine private town house. Less than a block from the Place de...more

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Marc Wortman

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Printer's Row, Chicago, Illinois

As a young Chicago chef, Michael Foley opened his first restaurant in 1981, striking out in a neighborhood where few thought he could survive....more

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Daren Fonda

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Alonzo & Berlin's Lobster House, Key West, Florida

Back in the 1950s, Key West was the stuff of a cigar aficionado's dreams. A night out meant dinner and a Cuban cigar on the waterfront, a short...more

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Ann Boese

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City Wine & Cigar Co., New York City

Down a seemingly deserted street in Tribeca, a block from the Holland Tunnel, lies an oasis. The lower Manhattan building is large but inconspicuous....more

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Shandana A. Durrani

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Hotel Claris, Barcelona, Spain

In any other city, the neoclassic facade of this former royal palace would stop you like a heart attack. But this is Barcelona, where buildings by...more

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Brendan Vaughan

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Highlands Inn, Carmel, California

Just outside Monterey, that feeling sets in. Maybe it's the converging smells of sea and pine, or coming around a curve and seeing that long ribbon...more

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Paul Chutkow

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Fourways, Paget, Bermuda

When John Harvey, of the Bristol Cream family, built Fourways in 1727, his Bermuda home quickly gained a reputation for extravagant dinner parties,...more

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Jack Bettridge

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Puro Chile, Santiago, Chile

By now, just about everybody has heard that Chile is the success story of Latin America. Its economy has been in continuous boom for a dozen years....more

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Jonathan Kandell

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The Wild Boar, Nashville

When you walk through the door of The Wild Boar, your first impression is that of a museum. An eclectic collection of items, such as...more

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Thayer Wine

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