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From molecular gastronomy to the classic coq au vin, elite dining is one of the biggest joys of a private jet lifestyle. Join us as we explore the world’s best restaurants.

The Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of 2019

By Lauren Hill

World-renowned chefs including Alain Ducasse, Heston Blumenthal and Mauro Colagreco are making their mark in cities across the world this year with an array of exciting new culinary concepts. From London, New York and Paris, to Singapore, Dubai and Hong Kong, these are the most anticipated restaurant openings of 2019. Adam Handling Chelsea, London February 2019 With the February opening […]

Cocktail of the Week: Mezcal Negroni

By Emma Reynolds

Mezcal Negroni at the Four Seasons Restaurant  1oz Yola Mezcal 1oz Suze (Gentian-based aperitif) 1oz Lillet Blanc Vermouth 6 dashes of orange bitters Optional: Lemon twist To make, stir all ingredients in a mixing glass and strain into a large old-fashioned glass over a cube of ice. Squeeze a lemon twist into the glass and garnish on top if you […]

Gridiron Review: A Haven For London Meat Lovers

As I arrived at Como Metropolitan Hotel in London’s Mayfair, I found myself wondering if I was in the right place. A brash brightness and the overwhelming scent of hotel lobby was not what I had come for. Walk a few meters to your right, however, and you find yourself immediately transported to a classic, low-ceilinged, dimly-lit brasserie where that enforced fragrance of cleanliness is […]

Mortlach to Release $13,300 Single Malt Whisky

Legendary Speyside distillery Mortlach is to release its oldest ever single malt Scotch whisky with a retail price of £10,000 ($13,295). Only 94 bottles of Mortlach 47-Year-Old will be made available and demand is expected to outstrip supply many times over. Those hoping to secure one of the distinctive bottles have been invited to register their interest with Justerini & Brooks, who are […]

The 8 Best Brunches in Dubai

By Alex Martin

There is no better place in the world to eat brunch than in Dubai. When Friday – the first day of the weekend in the UAE – rolls around, thousands head out to feast on the finest ingredients. Amid a huge array of choices, how do you find the best brunches in Dubai? Even the most exclusive restaurants open their […]

Cocktail of the Week: Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey

By Lauren Hill

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend with Knappogue Castle 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey cocktails created by Joaquín Símo of Pouring Ribbons in New York City. Crossing Currents 2 oz Knappogue Castle 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey 0.75 oz Contratto Bianco 1 tsp Kalani Coconut Liqueur 1 dash Angostura Bitters To make this cocktail yourself, combine all ingredients, stir and strain into […]

Passeig de Gourmets, Barcelona’s Gastronomic Festival, is Back

By Emma Reynolds

Back for its second year, Barcelona’s gastronomic festival Passeig de Gourmets is taking over the famed Passeig de Gracia from March 14 through 24 and inviting guests to indulge in the culinary delights of chefs from the neighborhood. Gourmands from near and far will be able to dine at more than 18 of Barcelona’s noteworthy restaurants and experience exclusive wine […]

A Guide to the Best Restaurants in Scotland

Scotland has glorious scenery, impressive castles and scotch whisky, but its culinary offerings extend well beyond haggis. In fact, some of the best restaurants in Scotland can be counted among the best in the entire United Kingdom. Its shores are rich with superb scallops and langoustines and wild salmon still swim in its streams. Also famed for its beef and […]

Cocktail of the Week: Blue Door, The Savoy

By Lauren Hill

Blue Door at The Savoy, London 40ml Portobello Road Gin 30ml Fino Sherry 10ml Orange oleo saccharum 5ml Crème de Cacao Noir 4 dashes walnut bitters Blue chocolate paint and ice To create this cocktail, simply combine the ingredients and stir, before adding a touch of blue chocolate paint to the side of your glass and adding a block of […]

The Best Sunday Roasts in London

A Sunday roast is one of Britain’s great culinary traditions, with the practice of eating roast beef so longstanding that as far back at the 18th century the French were mocking the English as “les rosbifs”. In times gone by, families would eat a meat-based meal on Sunday after church, and although the religious connotations have faded, the Sunday lunch […]

Cocktail of the Week: St-Germain, Via Alpina

By Emma Reynolds

Via Alpina 1.05oz Lemorton Pommeau 0.5oz clear creek Douglas Fir brandy 0.5oz St-Germain 2oz dry sparkling cider 1oz soda water Pour all ingredients except sparkling cider and soda water into an ice-filled wine glass and stir to combine. Finish with sparkling cider and soda water, and garnish with a lemon twist. For some added zest, top it off with a […]