GUIDE: National

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    Danny Macaroons

    Dan Cohen started selling his artisanal macaroons to New York City coffee shops in 2010, but when Bergdorf Goodman started carrying his handmade coconut goodies, his brand really took off. READ REVIEW

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    DeBragga

    The folks at DeBragga, the high-end butcher company that’s been in the Meatpacking District since the ‘30s, believe that meat should come from animals raised in pastures without hormones or antibiotics. But you don’t have to be a top chef to have a noble New York strip, fresh Rocky Mountain lamb, or Kobe beef delivered right to your door. READ REVIEW

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    Di Bruno Bros.

    The name Di Bruno might be iconic in Philadelphia, but you don't need to live in the City of Brotherly Love to feast on their incredible array of meats or hundreds of rare artisan cheeses. READ REVIEW

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    Double R Ranch

    Drenched in sunshine and famous for world-class wines, the grassy plains of Washington’s Okanogan region are home to the cattle of Double R Ranch. Simply seasoned with a sprinkle of salt and cracked black pepper, their beef tastes clean and fresh with a distinct minerality. READ REVIEW

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    Driftaway Coffee

    With fresh-roasted, single origin beans and personal touches like a brewing guide and tips for making café-caliber coffee at home, your new morning ritual will be far from a grind. READ REVIEW

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    Duralex

    These tumblers have been described as the “ultimate drinking vessels created by man.” If you’ve been to France—or any French-inspired bistro, for that matter—you’ve no doubt enjoyed some wine or an aperitif from one of these glasses. READ REVIEW

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    Early Bird Foods & Co.

    The secret to good granola? “I put olive oil in everything,” Nekisia Davis told the New York Times, and we have no intention of trying to stop her. READ REVIEW

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    El Guapo Bitters

    With a few deft measures of the signature syrups, cordials, and, yes, bitters from El Guapo, your drinks will be as dashing and irresistible as the name implies. READ REVIEW

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    Elyse Winery

    Robert Parker says “This excellent winery continues to carve out a well-deserved reputation for its interesting red wine portfolio.” READ REVIEW


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