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Munchery: The New Side of Food Delivery

For a few years now, there’s been a growing category of food delivery that’s like the cousin of regular restaurant delivery. Some services offer to drop off the ingredients to make your favorite meals while other others deliver full meals that you merely need to reheat. Munchery falls in the latter category. They just came…

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Krusty Burger

Um, Krusty Burger is REAL and Open in LA???

Krusty Burger

Hold onto your blue beehives, people. Krusty Burger is a thing! A real thing! I just saw a story on Eater LA that Krusty Burger has opened in Los Angeles at Universal Studios and a little bit of digging reveals that there’s actually been a Krusty Burger in existence at Orlando’s Universal Studios since June…

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Wine Lovers Rejoice: Sheraton Highlights Pinots

Fans of the movie Sideways will appreciate what Sheraton Hotels and Resorts is doing for its’ fourth iteration of their successful Sheraton Selects program in North America. Launching late last month, Sheraton Selects Spotlight on Pinot Noir offers guests the chance to check out a rotating selection of at least premium eight Pinots highly ranked by…

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Get Ready for More Sushi Near LAX

A couple of weeks ago, I shared the LA Times’ list of great dining options near LAX. It covered all kinds of genres from pizza to Thai to Jamaican to Middle Eastern but it didn’t grab everything. In-N-Out didn’t make the list, nor did one of my favorites, Aliki’s Greek Taverna. Another type of food…

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seafood platter

The Simple Joy of a Seafood Platter

seafood platter

Seafood platters have earned a spot on my list of life’s simple pleasures. It’s right in between “the sound of my dog yawning” and “my girlfriend’s beautiful smile.” A cold platter of ultra-fresh seafood served on or near the beach is a reminder that we — as humans — did it. We got to the…

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caviar

Fly&Dine’s Guide to Caviar

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Caviar. You may think it’s just tiny fish babies, but that’s like saying perfume is just aged whale vomit. Technically, it’s true (for real — check out ambergris, a prized ingredient in perfume here), but those tiny fish babies are so much more. I had the pleasure of attending a seminar on the expensive stuff…

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