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Katz's Deli - New York City

In 1888, a small deli by the name of Iceland Brothers was established on Ludlow Street in New York’s Lower East Side by the Iceland brothers. Upon the arrival of Willy Katz in 1903, the name of the store was officially changed to "Iceland & Katz". Willy’s cousin Benny joined him in 1910, buying out the Iceland brothers to officially form Katz’s Delicatessen. Their landsman Harry Tarowsky bought into the partnership in April 1917. Katz’s Deli was moved across the street, to its present location, during the construction of the subway system. The vacant lot on Houston Street (pronounced "House-ton" after a Dutch emigrant of the same name) was home to barrels of meat and pickles until the present storefront facade was added between 1946-49.

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Russian Tea Room - New York City

The Russian Tea Room is a treasured, globally-renowned cultural institution and an enchanting, magical place where people of all ages and backgrounds have been having unforgettable dining & celebratory experiences for 92 years.


Simultaneously a sanctuary of refinement, fine cuisine and elegance, and a bastion of delicious, decadent, glamorous fun, the Russian Tea Room provides a luxurious, world-class experience that is universally accessible and provides unparalleled quality and exceptional value.

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Jean Georges - New York City

Sophisticated New French eatery boasting floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park.

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The Connaught Hotel - London

Stepping into The Connaught feels a little like entering another world. Elegant, yet effortless. Set apart from the bustle of London, yet immersed in its culture. Dedicated to fine art, as well as the finer things in life.

Every guest receives our world-famous levels of service. Leave the bags to your butler and take in your surroundings. As you ascend the historic staircase, let The Connaught work its magic. Your wish is our command.

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Claridges Restaurant - London

There is nowhere quite like Claridge’s. The hotel began life in 1856 and soon attracted royal notice. During the 1920s it became an English institution; an art deco landmark, loved by movie stars and statesmen, fashion designers and global dignitaries. 

To this day, we continue the dedication to service that made us a byword for luxury. Step into the lobby and prepare to be whisked away to an age of timeless art deco glamour. Whether this is your first visit or you are making another fond return, you will be treated like an old friend.

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The Dorchester Hotel - London

Overlooking Hyde Park, this 1930s luxury landmark hotel in Mayfair is less than a mile from New Bond Street's designer shops and tube station.

Elegant, individually designed rooms feature marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and antique furniture, plus Bang & Olufsen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Suites offer extra living space; some add butler and/or limousine services, 4-poster beds, and city or park views.

Dining options include an acclaimed restaurant run by chef Alain Ducasse, a British grill, and a Cantonese restaurant with a dim sum menu.  Also, the Prince of Wales met Mrs. Simpson here at a party.

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The Ned Hotel - London

Set in a former bank HQ designed in 1924 by Sir Edwyn Lutyens, this luxury hotel in The City is 0.4 miles from St. Paul's Cathedral.

Stylish, classic rooms with 1920s Edwardian decor feature blackout blinds, marble mosaic bathrooms and free Wi-Fi.

There are 9 different restaurants, cafes and bars in a former banking hall with booth seating in wood-panelled bank teller cabins. The hotel also has a nail bar, a barbershop and a make-up parlour, as well as an underground spa in the old vaults with a hammam, a gym, a boxing ring and a pool. Members- and guest-only areas include a rooftop pool, and a lavish bar in the safety deposit room.

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Savoy Grill - London

Gordon Ramsay's classic British and French menu with wine pairings in luxury Savoy Hotel restaurant. Probably the most elaborate afternoon tea I've ever discovered.

Near Covent Garden & West End theatre district.

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Hotel De Paris - Monaco

This palatial hotel in a belle epoque-era building is a 4-minute walk from the Opéra de Monte-Carlo and the Beaux Arts-style Monte Carlo Casino.

Refined, French country-style rooms feature satellite TV, Wi-Fi and minibars; many have city, sea or casino views. Suites add sitting areas, while upgraded suites offer extra bedrooms, plush lounges and terraces. Room service is 24/7.

Casino admission and a shuttle are free. Dining options include an acclaimed Alain Ducasse restaurant, a polished grill and a relaxed garden bistro, as well as an elegant bar with live jazz. There's also a thermal spa with an indoor pool and a gym, plus a private beach.

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Four Seasons Hotel George V - Paris

Built in 1928, this luxurious landmark hotel off the Champs-Élysees lies 1 km from the Arc de Triomphe and 2 km from the Eiffel Tower.

The bright, sophisticated rooms and suites, styled after Louis XVI, offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and espresso machines. Elegant suites add sitting areas and private terraces. Room service is available 24/7.

There are 3 renowned restaurants, an ornate afternoon tea lounge, and a chic bar featuring antique furniture and 19th-century art. Other amenities include a marble courtyard, and a luxe spa, plus an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna and a steam room.

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Hôtel de Crillon - Paris

In a landmark neoclassical building dating from 1758, this refined luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of the nearest metro station and the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, and 3 km from the Eiffel Tower.

Ultra-chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and Nespresso machines, plus en suite marble bathrooms with heated floors. Suites add living rooms, complimentary minibars and 24/7 butler service. Ornate upgraded suites have balconies, Eiffel Tower views and/or dining rooms. Room service is available.

There are 3 polished restaurants, as well as an opulent bar with regular live music. Other amenities include a spa, an indoor pool and a gym.

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Hôtel Ritz Paris

Overlooking Place Vendôme, this iconic 1898 hotel is 1 km from both the Louvre and the shops along Champs-Élysées.

The elegant rooms with pastel-toned French decor feature artwork, antiques, Wi-Fi and marble bathrooms. Palatial suites offer separate living areas; some have private terraces with garden views. Lavish upgraded themed suites provide views of Place Vendôme.

There are 2 bars, including a Hemingway-inspired venue, plus a bistro, 2 upscale restaurants and multiple lounges. Other amenities include a posh indoor pool, a gym, and a chic spa featuring Chanel beauty treatments.

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Restaurant Tim Raue - Berlin

Stylish eatery with retro-influenced interiors, banquette seats & aromatic, Asian-inspired cuisine.

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All'Osteria Bottega - Bologna, Italy

At Bologna's temple of culinary contentment, owners Daniele and Valeria lavish attention on every table between trips to the kitchen for astonishing plates of culatello di Zibello ham, tortellini in capon broth, Petroniana-style veal cutlets and other Slow Food delights.

Desserts are homemade by Valeria, from the Marsala and caramel-drenched semifreddo to seasonal fruit sorbets. It's one of the city's most exquisite dining experiences, and sometimes downshifts in service and uptakes in attitude prevail as a result, but there's no faulting the cuisine.

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The Gritti Palace - Venice

In a 15th century palazzo on the Grand Canal, this lavish hotel is a 3-minute walk from the Giglio vaporetto stop, an 8-minute walk from Piazza San Marco and a 10-minute walk from the Bridge of Sighs

Elegant rooms and suites feature chandeliers, French doors, antiques and art. Amenities include free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Suites, some inspired by famous guests such as Ernest Hemingway, add living areas, balconies and canal views. Room service is available.

Dining options include a bar, an ornate lounge, a restaurant with a terrace offering canal views. There's also a gym, a spa and a cooking school.

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Belmond Hotel Cipriani - Venice

Overlooking the Venetian Lagoon, this high-end seasonal hotel is a 12-minute walk from the ornate Doge's Palace and 1 km from Piazza San Marco.

Elegant rooms feature garden or lagoon views, and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, iPod docks and minibars; some have balconies or kitchenettes. Opulent suites add plush sitting areas; some provide pool views, antique artworks, or terraces with hot tubs. Room service is available.

Breakfast and an area shuttle boat are complimentary. There's also a refined restaurant, a waterfront bistro and a chic bar. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a spa, a tennis court, a garden and a private marina.

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Hotel Danieli - Venice

Set in a lavish Venetian building, this luxurious waterfront hotel is a 5-minute walk from Piazza San Marco and 1 km from the iconic Grand Canal.

Featuring high ceilings and plush drapes, the opulent rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add features such as tapestries and sitting areas, while suites offer lagoon views. Room service is available.

The refined restaurant serves Venetian cuisine. There's also a cocktail bar, a wine suite, a terrace with lagoon views, and a fitness room. In-room massages are also available.

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Burj Khalifa - Dubai

Discover an experience, Like never before at the Burj Khalifa. The world's tallest building. A living wonder. Stunning work of art. Incomparable feat of engineering. Burj Khalifa is all that. In concept and execution, Burj Khalifa has no peer. More than just the world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa is an unprecedented example of international cooperation, symbolic beacon of progress, and an emblem of the new, dynamic and prosperous Middle East. The Burj Khalifa is more than just the world's tallest building, it comprises of luxury apartments, restaurants, observation towers, spa facilities, gyms and much, much more."

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Burj Al Arab - Dubai

Set on an island in a striking sail-shaped building, this luxury hotel is a 5-minute walk from Wild Wadi Water Park and 4 km from Mall of the Emirates.

Opulent suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with gulf or city views. All have 24-carat gold iPads, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPods. They offer Egyptian linens, designer toiletries, whirlpool baths and butler service. Upgraded suites include snooker tables, libraries, cinemas and private elevators.

A breakfast buffet, parking, and water park passes are free. Amenities also include 9 restaurants and bars, 4 pools and a private beach. There's a spa, a gym, a helipad and a kids' club.

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Ciragan Palace Kempinski - Istanbul

Occupying an ornate former Ottoman palace overlooking the Bosphorus strait, this luxe hotel is 2 km from Dolmabahçe Sarayı, an art museum in a grand palace.

Polished rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus sitting areas and balconies. Upgraded rooms have strait views. Suites add living areas; plush upgraded suites feature living/dining rooms, kitchenettes and/or terraces. Room service is available.

Parking is free. Other amenities include an outdoor infinity pool, an indoor pool and a chic open-air bar, along with 2 elegant restaurants (1 with strait views). There's also a helipad, a fitness center, and a spa with a hammam.

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Uluru Bar & Grill - Australia

Uluru Bar & Grill is an award winning restaurant based in Armagh city’s historic marketplace area. Awarded for its casual dining, the Australian neighbourhood style restaurant celebrates authentic cooking with an Australian twist.

Spread over two floors, our 160 seat eatery is a high cut above the rest. Our naked ceilings and ebony-stained woods are inspired by the bustling Melbourne pop up restaurants. Our huge windows give audience to one of our city’s famous cathedrals and our connection with our customers is second to none.

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Commander's Palace - New Orleans

Commander's Palace, nestled in the middle of the tree-lined Garden District, has been a New Orleans landmark since 1893. Known for the award-winning quality of its food and its convivial atmosphere, the history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans' storied past and has been the go-to destination for Haute Creole cuisine and whimsical Louisiana charm. The winner of seven James Beard Foundation Awards, Commander's Palace has evolved into a culinary legend.

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Antoine's Restaurant - New Orleans

It is one of the oldest family-run restaurant, having been established in 1840 by Antoine Alciatore. A New Orleans institution, it is notable for being the birthplace of several famous dishes, such as Oysters Rockefeller, Pompano en Papillote, Eggs Sardou and Pigeonneaux Paradis. Antoine's Cookbook, compiled by Roy F. Guste (the fifth-generation proprietor) features hundreds of recipes from the Antoine's tradition. Antoine's features a 25,000 bottle capacity wine storage and 15 dining rooms of varying sizes and themes, with several featuring Mardi Gras krewe memorabilia.

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Benu Restaurant - San Francisco

Opened in 2010, Benu is the definition of friendly fine dining. A nuanced menu riffs on transnational culinary traditions including Korean and Cantonese, using local produce and western technique. The result epitomises the melting pot of influence intrinsic to modern American cuisine, while the service – convivial and relaxed – is all-out Californian.

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The French Laundry - San Francisco

The French Laundry, a 1,600 square-foot structure constructed of river rock and timbers, was built as a saloon in 1900 by a Scottish stonemason. The building later served as a residence, and during the 1920s operated as a French steam laundry. In 1978, town mayor Don Schmitt and his wife Sally renovated the structure into a restaurant, which Keller then purchased in 1994.

The menu, which changes daily, commits itself to serving classic French cuisine with the finest quality ingredients, along with a similarly intense focus on impeccable guest service.

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Sekihotei Restaurant - Tokyo

A meal prepared by Shinichi Akatsuka is a rare treat. The bespectacled, softly spoken chef is one of the city’s finest practitioners of kaiseki – Japanese haute cuisine with a focus on artful, seasonal, ceremonial and perfectly balanced food. His tranquil Gaienmae restaurant, which opened 12 years ago and now boasts two Michelin stars, offers the ideal setting for such beautiful fare – there are four elegant private rooms as well as counter seating facing a quiet garden. It’s hard to believe Chef Akatsuka when he says he could barely make miso soup when he left high school; not only is the chef today famed for his full-flavoured miso, but he’s also considered something of a genius when it comes to harmoniously combining seasonal ingredients from around Japan, with an emphasis on fresh fish and other seafood.

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Narisawa - Tokyo

Narisawa offers so-called "Innovative Satoyama Cuisine", a cuisine based on the principles of Satoyama culture. In a nutshell: a sustainable culture where people live in total harmony with their surroundings and the seasons.

Narisawa's Satoyama cuisine has gained international recognition, starting with a Michelin star in the inaugural 2007 Tokyo guide and a second Michelin star in 2010. In addition to the Michelin stars, Narisawa has also held high rankings in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list for a number of years. It entered the list at number 20 in 2009 and it is at number 18 in the current, 2017 edition of the list. When the World's 50 organisation published their first Asia edition in 2013, Narisawa took the number one spot; in the latest 2018 edition the restaurant still holds a top 10 position (number 6).

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Den Restaurant - Tokyo

The taste of home cooking is different for everyone, but yet it is all prepared with the same wish, which is to make others happy.


It brings warmth and closeness to one's heart, making us want to eat it every day. Homemade food is food prepared while thinking about others being happy. Every day, I think about the people who come to the restaurant and cook with the ingredients that arrive each day. For a homemade dish that brings a smile.


Owner Zaiyu Hasegawa

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Tapas Molecular Bar - Tokyo

With only eight seats, our Michelin starred Tapas Molecular Bar offers an exclusive dining experience celebrating the art of innovative molecular cuisine. Situated within the chic Oriental Lounge on the 38th floor, the bar serves a range of delicious dishes in the traditional sushi-bar style. Over the course of two hours, our team of talented chefs will prepare bite-sized delicacies right before your eyes, creating new texture and flavour combinations to stimulate both the imagination and the palate. Limited to an intimate group of only eight people per seating, it is the ultimate gourmet experience.

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Pujol Restaurant - Mexico City

Enrique Olvera opened Pujol in Mexico City in 2000. His cooking is always changing; it draws ideas from everywhere, always reinterpreting and evolving, but with the roots in Mexican ingredients and techniques of all times.

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Quintonil Restaurant - Mexico City

Quintonil –Mexico City, is the emblem for the gastronomical project headed by Alejandra Flores and Jorge Vallejo. The aim is to express Mexican flavors with a personal touch.

Since 2015, Quintonil has been included on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Today it is ranked twenty four worldwide and eleven on the 50 Best Latin American Restaurants list.

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Sud 777 - Mexico City

Located in the heart of Pedregal, Sud 777 is a restaurant that honors the tradition of an area designed by prominent urban planners and architects. Since its opening in 2008, it has been a watershed in the gastronomic offer of southern Mexico City due to the culinary proposal of chef Edgar Núñez, who has positioned himself worldwide for his prodigious technique and Mexican vegetable cuisine. It has earned a position on the Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants list for four consecutive years.

Today, the restaurant offers a tasting menu that changes according to the best ingredients offered by the season — much of it comes from the restaurant's gardens. Visitors can also enjoy an experience on the lounge terrace to sample cocktails or a glass of wine and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Harrods - London

Craving a sizzling 60-day-dry-aged steak from The Grill? Or glistening fresh pasta from The Pasta Bar? With home-delivery services SUPPER London and Deliveroo, you can order delicious dishes from selected Harrods restaurants and the Food Halls, straight to your door.

These restaurants are located in Harrods Department store.

The store occupies a 5-acre site and has 330 departments covering 1.1 million sq ft of retail space. It is one of the largest and most famous department stores in Europe.

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The Original Pantry - Los Angeles

The Original Pantry Cafe is a coffee shop and restaurant in Los Angeles, California. Located at the corner of 9th and Figueroa in Downtown L.A.'s South Park district, The Pantry (as it is known by locals) claims to never have closed or been without a customer since it opened including when it changed locations in 1950 to make room for a freeway off-ramp; it served lunch in the original location and served dinner at the new location the same day. This claim is also attributed to the fact that Dewey Logan never refused a customer even if he or she was short on money. It was however, closed briefly at the order of health inspectors on November 26, 1997, and reopened the next day. The restaurant was owned by former Los Angeles mayor Richard Riordan.

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Nobu - Malibu

Nobu Malibu is known for exquisite cuisine featuring Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature dishes such as Tiradito, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeno, and Black Cod with Miso. We also have some Malibu favorites created by our Executive Chef Gregorio Stephenson including Ribeye with Yuzu Butter Truffle Sauce, Heirloom Tomato New Style, and Kobe Beef with Crispy Shiitake Mushrooms. The views of the ocean from nearly every seat in the restaurant complement the experience.

This place is my favorite for spotting some of the famous people that live in Malibu.

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Spago - Beverly Hills

Celeb chef Wolfgang Puck's buzzy, sleek bistro offers creative, locally sourced Californian cuisine.

The word "spago" is Italian for "string" or "twine." The plural would be "spaghi," which is the beginning of "spaghetti," and suggests that pasta is on the menu.

The first Spago location opened in 1982, on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California, with Mark Peel as chef de cuisine under Puck. The second Spago restaurant opened at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, on the Las Vegas Strip in 1992. It was closed in 2017 and relocated to Bellagio Las Vegas in spring 2018.  In 1997, Wolfgang Puck opened a third location on Canon Drive in Beverly Hills.

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Polo Lounge - Beverly Hills

The lounge has been described as "done up in peachy pink (as you might expect), with deep carpets and dark green booths, each booth featuring a plug-in phone. Legend has it that Mia Farrow (and maybe even Marlene Dietrich) was banned from the Polo Lounge for wearing pants."

The Polo Lounge was seen as the premier power dining spot in all of Los Angeles. There are three dining areas complete with the signature pink and green motif. The photograph behind the bar depicts Will Rogers and Darryl F. Zanuck, two lounge regulars, playing polo. The menu "still offers a classic Neil McCarthy salad, named after the polo-playing millionaire." Keep an eye out for the ghost of Howard Hughes, who lived here for several years. For your ears,  bungalow 12B is were JFK used to rendezvous with Marilyn Monroe.

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The Ivy - Los Angeles

The Ivy is a restaurant on Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles known for celebrity sightings and papparazzi. It serves nouvelle American cuisine "in a prettily decorated series of country-cottage rooms, with a flowery outdoor terrace" close to International Creative Management whose employees and clients can often be found dining at the celebrated restaurant. Try the banana split.

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Mr. Chow - Beverly Hills

Opened in 1974, MR CHOW started in London in 1968 and continues to enjoy generations of devoted clients from art, fashion, music, and entertainment. Art, celebrity and superb cuisine all blend together in this stylish restaurant in the heart of Beverly Hills. It has always been an institution for Hollywood’s biggest stars and its loyal clients.


MR CHOW is a combination of old authentic Beijing and Original Recipes. Chicken Satay, MR CHOW Noodles and Ma Mignon all were created by our passionate and skillful chefs. On the Menu is one of the best prepared Beijing Duck in the world. Let the waiter bring you the tasting selection on the fly.

Il Pastaio - Beverly Hills

Upscale Italian restaurant owned by renowned chef Giacomino Drago, with a patio & celeb clientele. Premier place to spot the up and coming Hollywood scene,  Indoor or outdoor is great.

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