In San Francisco, a mix of high and low perfectly expresses the city’s ever-evolving cuisine, as “peasant food” is elevated to haute cuisine and even the most expensive restaurants have recession-proof burgers. Read More . . .
No trip to San Francisco would be complete without a sourdough bread-bowl filled with clam chowder and a stroll through Chinatown, but you already knew that. Let IN guide you through a weekend filled with locals-only secrets. Read More . . .
IN Magazine, May 2010
From a secret hillside glimpse of the Bay to a brand-new dim sum restaurant, San Francisco leaves residents and visitors catching their breath in delight. Read more…
Buenos Aires architecture mixes old with new. Glass office buildings soar alongside beautifully crumbling Baroque cupolas. The city’s foremost fashion architect – and founder of the design school that bears his name – does the same with his clothing, which has earned him Read More . . .
Travel & Leisure, October 2008
(Wine) To Go, Please
From freshly-slaughtered meat to cappuccino served in a porcelain cup by a waiter in a tuxedo, it’s possible to get almost anything brought to you in Buenos Aires. Like everything here, the delivery circuit is becoming more epicurean. Read More . . .
Long before the era of “globalization,” Brazil was globalized. The country that occupies almost half of South America’s landmass is known for the mish-mash of cultures that make up its national identity, and nowhere was this more apparent than at the recent São Paulo Fashion Week Read More . . .
A giant fish arrives at my hotel door. Wrapped in newspaper, the “fish” is actually an invitation to Ronaldo Fraga’s show at São Paulo Fashion Week, and it is about to become the most sought-after piece of cardboard in town.
The dressed-up invitation is just one small part of the São Paulo event that has gained prominence in the last few years as one of the world’s hottest Read More . . .
IN Magazine, April 2008
What’s New in San Francisco
Five of SF’s best new(ish) restaurants serve it up.
Lugares Magazine, February 2008
5 Intense Days in San Francisco
This 15-page story ran in Argentina’s #1 travel magazine, Lugares.
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Design is very important to the cosmopolitan residents of the Argentinean capital, a fact that’s increasingly evident in the bohemian district of San Telmo. This small neighborhood, long known for its antiques, tango dancers and tourists, is becoming a magnet for the city’s young Read More . . .
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TOAST MARSHMALLOWS ON THE BEACH One of the few spots around Santa Cruz that allows beach fires (in provided rings), Twin Lakes State Beach is as sociable after sunset as it is during the day. Read More . . .
Like Andy Warhol’s Factory, but with slow food instead of drugs, Angelo Garro’s SoMa blacksmith forge draws friends like Boz Scaggs and slow food movement founder Carlo Petrini for dinner, along with lesser-known artists and food lovers. Bustling around a kitchen hung with oregano, Garro cranks out penne from a creaky machine, tossing it with a home-jarred tomato sauce, wild fennel, and meatballs from a boar he hunted. In his circle, he’s famed for his skills at foraging food, and he recently shared his boar-hunting secrets with Michael Pollan Read More. . .
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