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Vault’s Holiday Gift Guide

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  Dolce & Gabbana X Grado Labs Headphones Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana and Brooklyn-based headphone manufacturer Grado have collaborated to create an audio marvel that combines exquisite sound with high design. The mahogany-cupped DS2012’s open-air technology promotes clearer sound production for both high- and low-frequency bands. $1,250. Thomas Keller Gift Sets  The Thomas […]

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New York Hosts Le Salon du Chocolat This Weekend

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This weekend, New Yorkers weary of hurricanes and nor’easters are in for a treat as the Metropolitan Pavilion hosts the 15th annual Salon du Chocolat, an international event devoted to the addictive sweet. This international celebration of indulgence and artistry features 60 chocolatiers from various regions of the world, including France, Brazil, the United Kingdom […]

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Taste the World’s Most Expensive Burgers

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Perhaps no one would be surprised that Las Vegas is selling the two most expensive burgers in the world. After all, it’s only fitting that the United States’ capital of excess should augment its visitors’ indulgences in gambling, sex, drinking and shopping with a pair of preposterous patties. That said, though, they still might turn […]

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The New Yorker Festival Hosts Writers, Musicians and Chefs

Appearing at the New Yorker Festival, clockwise from top left: Ruben and Isabel Toledo; Christian Louboutin, by Stephan Galdieu; Norah Jones; Rene Redzepi, by Sara Galbiati/Polfoto.

From novelists to designers, musicians to chefs, the 13h annual New Yorker Festival will include an eclectic array of talent to suit the myriad interests of the magazine’s culturally diverse namesake. Naturally, the series, which kicks off on October 5th and runs through the 7th, highlights world-renowned authors and long-time contributors to The New Yorker. Novelist Zadie Smith, […]

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NYC Celebrates French Restaurant Week (through Sunday, 30 September)

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New York’s eagerly awaited French Restaurant Week is back (now through Sunday, September 30th), with 52 participating restaurants offering not only a delicious spin on the theme “Terroir and Traditions,” but also some enticing bargains to lure patrons in. The two eateries below are among our favorites, offering modern takes on French classics and swoon-worthy, romantic environments conjuring an evening in Paris. […]

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Gourmet Doughnuts Across the Country

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Perhaps the thought of doughnuts reminds you of your childhood: an exciting early-morning treat that was rewarded only occasionally. Or maybe, with a bit of dread, you think of work—specifically, that assortment box that has been picked over, your favorite flavor gone. Today, however, the humble doughnut has undergone a glamorous makeover, and is rolling […]

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Daniel Boulud Goes Mediterranean in Palm Beach

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  Last year, iconic chef Daniel Boulud opened Boulud Sud as a tribute to the flavors of the Mediterranean, from the Côte d’Azur and Spain through to North Africa and Turkey. Critics raved about the New York menu, featuring such authentic plates as the sardine escabeche, octopus a la plancha, lamb kibbeh with swiss chard, […]

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Eater Miami Names Barton G. The Restaurant’s Cotton Candy One of the City’s Best Desserts

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Frommer’s called it “reminiscent of drag diva Dame Edna’s hair.” A signature dessert at Barton G. The Restaurant, the Big Top Cotton Candy symbolizes everything exuberant, theatrical and witty about the menu. And now it has been named one of the city’s nine best desserts by Eater Miami. An immense cloud of evanescent sweetness served […]

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