Celebrate Mardi Gras With The Official Cocktail Of New Orleans (Not a Hurricane)
“The two Sazeracs had loosened her up a little and it looked as if we might become buddies.” —James L. Rubel, No Business for a Lady, (Gold Medal Books, 1950).
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Food is to New Orleans what wine is to France: the city is celebrated worldwide for its delicious albeit unwholesome cuisine. Read more »
Miami may be in South Florida, but it’s a cosmopolitan city that caters to high energy people with refined taste. The obligatory caribbean-themed, thatch-roofed bar that may emanate throughout other parts of the sunshine state is not the standard in Miami. Read more »
True fact: once you become “in shape,” it takes all of two weeks of inactivity to begin getting “out of shape.” Two weeks. That’s it. TWO. Read more »
Headed to San Francisco for the Super Bowl? With new ownership and recent renovations, a number of the city’s most iconic hotels remain the best places to stay
While San Francisco may becoming to expensive to live in, it is still relatively affordable to visit. And unlike New York City’s hotel scene which seems to grow and grow, with trendy newcomers stealing the show, many of San Francisco’s top places to stay are the same properties they have always been—despite minor name changes. Read more »