Food + Drinks

Important Announcement: It's National Pancake Day and IHOP Is Giving Away FREE Pancakes All Day

Stop what you're doing. Cancel all your meetings. Call in sick. Ditch the quarterly meeting you've been preparing for. Because it's Free Pancake Day at IHOP. Okay, so it's actually National Pancake Day (because these things exist), and of course there's only one place to celebrate, and that's our favorite dining establishment to visit at 3:00 a.m. in a drunken stupor. And don't feel bad for bingeing—when you've finished your stack of pancakes, you have the option of leaving a donation for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals or other charities with which IHOP is affiliated. This little holiday gift from the see more
Food + Drinks

5 World-Class Wines That Are Currently a Steal

A classic wine region, like a classic suit, is perennial, but that doesn't mean the prices don't wax and wane. Whether it's a standout vintage, oversupply, exchange rates, or simply the vagaries of fashion, some wines become a bit more of a steal than others. Here's what to drink right now. see more
Food + Drinks

Now Trending: The Rise of Modern Israeli Cuisine

Pictured: The $40 tasting menu at Mile End Deli in New York City includes spicy lamb merguez sausage (top left corner), Moroccan matbucha salad (above the soda can), and a deconstructed baba ghanouj (bottom left corner) whose elements aren't blended together—"a baba that's not a baba," says chef Eli Sussman. see more
Food + Drinks

Where to Find the Most Disgusting Food on the Internet

annnndddd now its time for "Name that dish" A photo posted by So you cooked huh? (@cookingforbae) on Aug 10, 2014 at 10:26am PDT Elevating food from nourishment to art has only been exacerbated by the social-media site Instagram. From food vendors to enthusiasts to emaciated people who like to look as if they enjoy carb-loaded, fatty meals, the Internet is rife with bird's-eye point-of-view shots of frothy lattes, colorful fresh berries at a local organic market, and juicy burgers dripping with cheese and topped by a crusty brioche bun. And then there's the Instagram account @cookingforbae (if you see more
Fashion

Club Monaco Opened a Pop-Up Shop at the World's Most Celebrated Restaurant

If you happen to be in Copenhagen and have an impossbile-to-get reservation at the world-famous, two-Michelin-star restaurant Noma, you're in for a bonus treat: American brand Club Monaco will be hosting a pop-up shop at the temple of fine dining through March 13. Chef René Redzepi, whose technique of using the finest local ingredients found in Denmark was featured in David Chang's Mind of a Chef documentary series, is ranked as the No. 1 chef in the world. And now, next to the restaurant's café and wine bar, a selection of Club Monaco's clothing, home goods, and vintage books from see more
Food + Drinks

10 American-Made Gins That Are Too Damn Good to Pass Up

Gin is making a comeback—and not just any gin. American insurgents are wooing fans of well-known British brands (Plymouth, Beefeater) by toning down the juniper and ratcheting up other botanicals—citrus, florals, spices. Call it a Western ginaissance. We had just one question: Which are the best? see more
Design

It's Cold Out. Stay Home and Drink Wine

Since temps are dipping into it's-only-this-cold-on-Mars territory, it seems like a good time to stay in and make yourself a drink at home. Luckily, Tom Dixon's new line of Tank barware will give your bar cart the upgrade it needs so you won't even miss your favorite watering hole while you're holing up until this godforsaken winter finally passes through. Inspired by the kind of bottles you might find in a medieval apothecary (but given a space age twist, 'cause why not?) the crystal-and-copper decanter, jug, and glasses will make staying in look a little better. Decanter and jug, both see more
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The Busy Man's Guide to Cocktails: 5 Fast and Easy Whiskey Recipes

The key to decent cocktails at a clip? Work with just a few quality ingredients. see more
Food + Drinks

How to Order a Bottle of Wine (Yes, You're Doing It Wrong)

Let's say you're out at a restaurant. Could be a cozy affair with a date or a large gathering of business associates. Either way, you know you'll score big points if you volunteer to order the wine. The mere assertion of controls suggests knowledge and power. Before we dive in and explain how to order wisely—regardless of the cuisine—take note of one good rule of thumb: Expect the wine to cost about 1/2 to 2/3 of your food tab. If you're exploring rare vintages or champagne, the bar bill obviously grows exponentially. Below are six strategies to help you find see more
Food + Drinks

How the Whiskey Sour Got Its Groove Back

The whiskey sour—you know, that drink you ordered when you very much wanted to pass for 21—is no longer considered a rookie mistake, thanks to whiskey's newfound cachet and the craft-cocktail movement's use of fresh ingredients. During the sour's post–World War II heyday—it dates to at least the 1860s, possibly earlier, and had more than a half-century run before Prohibition nearly killed it—"people were into packaged everything," says Jamie Boudreau, bartender-owner of Seattle's Canon, and those mouth-puckering bottled sour mixes tainted the drink's once-good name. Here, the sweetest places to get the newest sours. see more
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