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Steve's passion is helping readers gain a better understanding of food through travel via his own blog gastrotraveling.com as well as a regular contributor to snoothmedianetwork, justluxe.com and wine2.net. He believes that distinctive cuisine and life-changing travel experiences are best savored by those who are driven by curiosity rather than being the sole province of wine connoisseurs, gourmands, and jet setters.
Before The Time Nyack opened on the site of a former factory that for a time became artist studios and jam space for local bands, the Village of Nyack, in New York's Hudson Valley about a half-hour drive from New York City, in didn't have any four- or five-star lodging…
When staying in the Hamptons, you simply can't do better than a manor house consistently ranked by Condé Nast Johansens as “Most Excellent Inn of the Americas.” Nestled in East Hampton Village, The Baker House 1650 puts you within a quick stroll…
Part of the landmark Café des Artistes restaurants on New York City's Upper West Side (just across the street from Central Park on West 67th Street), The Leopard at des Artistes features museum-quality Howard Chandler Christy wall murals…
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