It’s not easy to bridge the gap between funk and fusion, but The Southern Steak and Oyster Bar in Nashville manages to do just that.
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The conventional wisdom is that Nashville is the new Charleston, but there are differences. In Nashville, the frenzied pace of high-rise construction is obliterating what’s left of the historic downtown. Like Charleston, though, restaurants exist on one end of a…
If you sat down to write a script about the creation of a craft distillery, you’d come up with something very close to Tuthilltown and Hudson Whiskey.
In 2017 it’s hard to believe that Italy was once an emerging wine region, but there was a time when perception of Italian wine quality in this country couldn’t have been lower
The Brief, White-Hot Run of Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino.
April 3 was National Blintz Day, which may not mean much if you didn’t grow up with an Eastern European heritage. Still, the appeal of the blintz goes far beyond the former Iron Curtain countries. Who can deny the charms…
The landscape of Napa and Sonoma is littered with wineries that were once family-owned, independent and fiercely focused on quality. Over the past decade, many of those wineries were absorbed by the Jacksons and Foleys of this world. In most…
Being a diner used to mean freedom of choice, and sometimes those choices seemed daunting. Neophytes visiting fancy restaurants were frequently overwhelmed by lengthy, complex menus in foreign languages. Today that situation has been resolved for customers in high-end restaurants…
When I first heard that Moët Hennessy was going to make a super-premium red wine in China, I was skeptical. Rumors began to surface six years ago that the company was seeking land in the foothills of the Himalayas to…
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is deeply intertwined with the history of California wine. Without Stag’s Leap, in fact, California wine might not exist in the form it does today. On May 24, 1976, a blind tasting occurred in Paris.…
Chateau Lassegue takes on the world.
Floridian distillers enter the craft spirits market with coveted sips made in boutique settings.
A single malt for bourbon drinkers.
California cult wines are experiencing a resurgence thanks to a bevy of new bottles.
The trend towards more subtle wines signals a change in American tastes.
A new wave of fine wine producers is popping up in Sicily, thanks to an influx of outside capital and winemaking talent. Following are some of the best new Sicilian winemakers.
Distillers lure new consumers with spicy and sweet-flavored whiskies.
The roller coaster Australian wine business heads skyward with refined bottles.
The recently released Moët et Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2008 has excellent palate persistence and a long finish.
America develops a taste for premium bottles of Japan’s national drink.