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5 Cambridge’s best spots to indulge on New American food

Looking for the best high-end New American restaurants around Cambridge? Here’s a rundown of top businesses in the city in your price range, with ratings, photos and more.

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best high-end New American restaurants around Cambridge, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to venture next time you’re on the hunt.

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5 Best New Restaurants in Austin, Summer 2019

Upcoming restaurants will dish out corn tortillas, Roman pizza by-the-ounce, and vegan cheese

The heat of the summer descended on Austin, which means it’s that time again for Eater’s seasonal preview of the most anticipated restaurant openings of this quarter. The beginning of the summer already brought about three big openings, Goan-Portuguese restaurant Vixen’s Wedding, casual Cajun spot Lefty’s Brick Bar, and Japanese shabu-shabu destination DipDipDip Tatsu-ya.

Source: The 5 Most Anticipated Restaurants in Austin, Summer 2019

10 great business lunches to try in Dubai

The reason I love business lunches so much is because you can enjoy Dubai’s top restaurants for less. Most business lunches include two or three courses, which usually don’t go over Dh200.

Gia recently launched the Pranzo Pausa business lunch menu. The wallet friendly 2-course business lunch focuses on traditional Italian dishes and fresh ingredients, mostly imported from Italy. Before you dive into your starters, freshly baked olive focaccia with sun-dried tomato pesto is served on the table. Offering a salad and a main, the Pranzo Pausa menu includes two freshly tossed salads, Arugula E Pere and Cesare.

13 Best Restaurants in Kensington

Kensington, it’s the home of £100m houses, royalty, film stars and those flamingos that people occasionally throw off the top of the Roof Gardens. It’s also one of London’s best dining spots, with restaurants a-plenty. Here are some of our faves…

St Martin’s Lane Indian extraordinaire Dishoom has branched out to Kensington and the hugely successful restaurant just got even better. Dive into the world of old-school Bombay, of goondas and film stars, of 1930s glamour and fine Indian flavours. Dinner at Dishoom Kensington is an immersive and magical experience, one where anything might happen but one thing is guaranteed, the food will be exquisite! Surrounded by gorgeous art deco architecture reminiscent of the grand cafés you can still see in downtown Bombay, this is a stunning night out.

Source: Where To Eat Out In… Kensington

11 Most Stylish New Restaurants in New York City

Whether you want to savor Spanish tapas, tuck into a bowl of otherworldly pasta, or impress a date with artful old-school plates, here are the city’s most design-forward recent openings

It’s no secret that New York’s restaurant scene is ever evolving. Just when you’ve finally managed to check out last year’s hottest restaurants, a whole crop of new openings is shaking up the scene. This year’s most stylish new restaurants represent a diverse bunch of styles and cuisines ranging from Italian to Indonesian. Herewith, AD’s list of the top eye-catching—and delicious—restaurants to book.… continue: The 11 Most Stylish New Restaurants in New York City

10 Canadian restaurants that will blow your mind

From molecular gastronomy in Ottawa, to seafood and swine Caesar cocktails in Montreal, these are the food trends coming out of some of the most exciting eateries in the world

Chef Marc Lepine, who has twice been named Canadian Culinary Champion and, last year, Canada’s most innovative chef, opened Atelier in 2008. There’s no sign on the unassuming brick building, close to Ottawa’s Commissioners Park, that houses this chic 45-seat restaurant. Set aside at least three hours to enjoy the 12-course tasting menu, which focuses on molecular gastronomy and is priced at a rather good value CAD$125 ($132), with the optional pairing of nine wines costing an additional CAD$75 ($82). Expect playfully clever dishes, updated regularly, and exquisite presentation. You could be tucking into anything from a “duck terrarium” to an edible balloon – even an emoji fondant, made with a food printer. … continue 10 Canadian restaurants that will blow your mind

15 Best Things to Eat and Drink in New Zealand

Like its citizens, New Zealand cuisine is pretty down-to-earth, and tends to borrow dishes from neighboring regions like Australia and the South Pacific Islands. This range of flavors means the country is home to rare delicacies that you won’t find anywhere else in the world, so it’s worth it to be adventurous in your culinary excursions and try things you’ve never tried before.… continue: 15 Things to Eat and Drink in New Zealand

10 Best pubs and restaurants in Ireland

Last month was Food and Drink month here on IrishCentral, so we asked you to tell us where the best place to eat in Ireland is.

Almost 200 IrishCentral readers responded to our survey, telling us where their favorite place in Ireland was and why.

Not surprisingly, “great food,” “friendly people,” and “music” were among the most popular reasons readers cited a pub or restaurant as their favorite:… continue reading Best pubs and restaurants in Ireland, according to you!

10 of the best restaurants in Brittany, France

The region is famous for its crêpes, cider and fresh seafood, which can be enjoyed everywhere from oyster markets to fine bistros overlooking the sea

Oyster lovers should try them freshly caught at Cancale’s beachside market. The town, which is not far from Saint-Malo, is the oyster capital of Brittany and a number of blue- and white-striped stalls run by local fishermen sell different sizes and species for just a few euros. Simply squeeze on a drizzle of lemon juice and swig them back while gazing at Mont Saint-Michel away on the horizon. … continue reading : 10 of the best restaurants in Brittany, France

50 best restaurants in the world 2019

The late great Anthony Bourdain once said, “Your body is not a temple, it’s an amusement park. Enjoy the ride.” By this logic, the official list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants is a showcase of the most exhilarating rollercoasters and relaxing ferris wheels for the taste buds. A joyful and sophisticated journey through one of the most fundamental things that brings us great pleasure – food.

The official list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants is compiled by William Reed Business Media. The awards canvas over 1,000 of the world’s foremost culinary experts – including chefs, restaurateurs and food writers – to determine who gets a place. The list for 2019 was recently announced and while Europeans dominated with 23 restaurants out of the 50, special mentions must go to Gaggan in Bangkok at number four and the city of Lima in Peru, which had two restaurants in the top 10. After Melbourne’s Attica came in at number 20 last year it does sting that no Australians made the cut, but we live in hope for 2020. Continue at Source: These are the world’s 50 best restaurants for 2019