Marrakesh, Morocco   A decade ago in Marrakesh, Morocco, you could usually count on getting a floor show served along with your dinner including jiggly belly dancers and manic drummers designed, perhaps, to distract you from what you were eating. But slowly, the doors have opened, and in today’s Morocco, where the private has begun toContinue reading

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∇ Minneapolis, Minnesota Venezuela’s iconic stuffed arepas are cause for celebration at Herepa, which is jam-packed for weekend brunch, dinner, and every minute in between. The brunch routine is easy: one Bloody Mary and one arepa—a palm-size knife-and-fork sandwich of crisped, golden masa patties filled with juicy, flavorful meats (such as sliced chorizo or slow-roastedContinue reading

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∇ Cambridge, Massachusetts If you’re in Salem, Massachusetts celebrating a spooky Halloween, make sure you stop by Loyal Nine. This rustic Cambridge Restaurant time travels you to 1780’s. Is this menu from another century? Well, kinda. Chef Marc Sheehan is living the dream of the 1780s. Sheehan et al. have studied everything including rum and cider and the focuses ofContinue reading

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∇ Savannah, Georgia  A restored 1930s Greyhound station is now Savannah’s hub for new twists on Low Country cuisine. The chef of The Grey, Mashama Bailey, who has roots in Savannah, gives Low Country fare a worldly education, intertwining squid with shelling beans, clams with dumplings, and catfish with preserved lemon. Restaurant goers love “The Yard,” the Grey’sContinue reading

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