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Roasted #carrots meet soft cheese (vegan or dairy) and fresh dill to become more than the sum of their parts in this Scandinavian-influenced #pâté. Spread it, use it as a dip, spoon it into your mouth when no one is looking. Simple, and simply delicious. #vegetarian #quickandeasy #lunch #dip

Roasted #carrots meet soft cheese (vegan or dairy) and fresh dill to become more than the sum of their parts in this Scandinavian-influenced #pâté. Spread it, use it as a dip, spoon it into your mouth when no one is looking. Simple, and simply delicious. #vegetarian #quickandeasy #lunch #dip

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid - stuffed sea urchin

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid - stuffed sea urchin

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid

A Foodie’s Guide to Eating and Drinking in Madrid

Q&A: Jimmy Doherty

Q&A: Jimmy Doherty

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton - scallops

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton - scallops

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton

Restaurant Review: Murmur, Brighton

Q&A: Greg Dillon

Greg Dillon writes a piece for us upon the release of his new book The Great Drams of Scotland.

Q&A: Greg Dillon

Greg Dillon writes a piece for us upon the release of his new book The Great Drams of Scotland.

Hidden bars hark back to the days of prohibition... when drinking was still totally legal in the UK, and a hidden bar would have made no sense whatsoever. But if sense was what we were after, we wouldn’t be drinking, so here’s our list of the best hush-hush watering holes in the capital…

Hidden bars hark back to the days of prohibition. when drinking was still totally legal in the UK, and a hidden bar would have made no sense whatsoever. But if sense was what we were after, we wouldn’t be drinking, so here’s our list of the best hush-hu

As if Gilt Bar weren’t gorgeous enough, there’s an even more intimate speakeasy called the Library hidden below it. Red velvet tufted banquettes, antique leather-bound tomes, and exposed brick create a romantic ambience in this dimly lit subterranean bar. In addition to specialty cocktails, the Library serves the same menu as Gilt Bar upstairs. 230 West Kinzie Street; giltbarchicago.com

As if Gilt Bar weren’t gorgeous enough, there’s an even more intimate speakeasy called the Library hidden below it. Red velvet tufted banquettes, antique leather-bound tomes, and exposed brick create a romantic ambience in this dimly lit subterranean bar.

OXO Tower Bar

OXO Tower Bar