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2015 Philadelphia Film Festival: King Georges

King Georges follows fiery French chef Georges Perrier’s crusade to save his world-renowned 40-year-old restaurant, Le Bec-Fin, from closing.

2015 Philadelphia Film Festival

Authentic methods work best for Chateau le Puy

It’s a romantic tableau – a tall ship heavy with supplies, a crew, and precious cargo sailing the Atlantic.

Each fall, Chateau le Puy winery hoists a handful of oak barriques filled with finely crafted Bordeaux onto their brigantine, Tres Hombres. 803 more words


701 — Lunch on 17 August 2015

It’s the middle of The Hottest Month, which means it’s time for my own little Christmas in August—DC Restaurant Week(s), when every day brings new presents and surprises. 173 more words


Le Bernardin

The challenge of maintaining a constantly innovative four course menu focused exclusively on the bounty of the sea is no small feat. Eric Ripert rises to the occasion in more ways than one which is probably why Le Bernardin has maintained three Michelin stars for so long. 410 more words

Restaurant Review

You’re Probably Drinking Your Rosé Wrong

“The glass is as important as the wine itself,” Aldo Sohm, wine director of Le Bernardin (15,000 bottles), told the Observer. It’s 10pm at Aldo Sohm Wine Bar (200 bottles; 40 by the glass), the exquisite, casual spot he opened with chef Eric Ripert last fall. 915 more words

Countdown to Watermill Center' 'Circus of Stillness' on Saturday

It’s almost here! I can’t wait and am counting the days ’til the Watermill Center benefit on Saturday.

In honor of this most fabulous event, I’m sharing a few photos here of last year’s big shebang.

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