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This LES gem has coolly worked up an undeniable reputation with its menu of classic French and seasonal Mediterranean flavors. When the stark light of the weekend morning hits outside, the magic doesn’t evaporate—instead, Antibes softens that glare to a vibrant glow with an impressive brunch.
Sure, fundamental LA serves up some good sandwiches during the day, but the restaurant doesn’t really shows its hand until night falls. When dinnertime arrives, chef Philip Pretty steps matters up, elevating the ingredients, spiffing up the plating, and going full-service.
What started as a butcher shop during the Great Depression has developed into the family-run Dogwood Hills, where they that understands that sustainable farming and humanely-raised animals means happy cows, and tastier beef.
It’s no surprise that Chicago has garnered a fair share of Michelin stars over the past few years, but this town has plenty of other star-worthy gems just waiting to be recognized.
Eating at the bar, you get all the perks of a table without the fuss of a reservation. Even better is when the bar delivers its own set of specials, priced just right for one or a crowd.
30% off Saffron + Kumquats
Saffron + Kumquats helps turn your home cooking into an adventure, taking your taste buds to places as far flung as Morocco and India, with themed boxes of beautiful ingredients and recipes from a different part of the world each month.
Taberna Arros y Vi: 30% off dinner
Los Angeles isn't exactly abounding with Spanish cuisine, which is why Michael Cardenas' Taberna Arros y Vi—a tapas and paella joint that supports SoCal's local/seasonal mantra—is a welcome Westside attraction.
3 small plates + 3 cocktails—$35
Mulberry Project’s secret speakeasy vibe will make you feel like you’re in-the-know before you even take a sip from one of the signature bespoke cocktails.