Some recent favorites!
In a Northern Italian Wine Region, Raising a Glass with Less Fuss (New York Times) Wine shops with a handful of tables — informal places that locals frequent for lunch or a bite before a late dinner — now have shelves that are packed with the region’s best wines at retail prices, not the pronounced markup found in many restaurants.
Where to Unplug in the Welsh Countryside (Food 52) Last spring, a bout of city fatigue left me dreaming of unplugged pleasures in the countryside. As showers fell in New York City, I charted a road trip through rural Wales—from Pembrokeshire to Snowdonia National Park to Anglesey—where windswept walks on empty beaches and tucked-away hotels with kitchen gardens seemed like the perfect antidote to my city blues.
Inside the New Roman & Williams Guild (GrandLife) An inside look at a recent opening in New York City, part all-day cafe and part design studio.