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Top Dog

While I was living in London, I embraced all things British, and enjoyed every new experience that came my way. But there were times, on occasion, when I missed America, particularly […]
Top Dog

Sketch

You just can’t visit London without having afternoon tea. The Queen won’t allow it. So one afternoon the Queen and I (ok… just me…) headed to Sketch in Mayfair for its […]
Sketch

The Folly

I was recently in London on business, and so I spent a lot of time in “The City” which is what locals call the City of London. It’s a bit confusing, […]
The Folly

Bob Bob Ricard

I absolutely love living in New York, but London will always, always have my heart. I lived there off and on throughout my life, and truly came into my own while […]
Bob Bob Ricard

Petrossian

It doesn’t get more posh than a caviar dinner in Manhattan. And it doesn’t get more delicious than caviar from Petrossian. Combine the two (and Anton as your plus one!), and you’re in […]
Petrossian

Sac-a-Lait

After a whirlwind week celebrating Mardi Gras, our last night in New Orleans couldn’t have been better, or more relaxing. We ate at Sac-a-Lait, a new restaurant housed in an […]
Sac-a-Lait

Lüke

You can’t visit New Orleans without strolling around Jackson Square. It’s beautiful, and is surrounded by street performers, palm readers, artists, musicians and hot dog stands (my favorite!). The focal point […]
Lüke

Kellari

I have a new favorite seafood spot! Kellari Taverna is a fabulous restaurant that serves fresh, traditional Greek food right here in midtown. The restaurant is bright and airy, with wood-beamed […]
Kellari

Deer Valley

After spending the morning skiing at Solitude Mountain Resort, my trip continued at Deer Valley, arguably Park City’s most famous (and best!) ski resort. It’s known for its attention to detail, superior […]
Deer Valley

Adrift

You can’t visit Seattle and not order piles of seafood (never mind that we just had Thanksgiving dinner a few nights before!). So on the last night of our trip, […]
Adrift