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  • Paris: Holybelly

    Holybelly is raising the bar for quality food and coffee in the 10th arrondissement.

  • New York: Root & Bone

    We interview chef-owners Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth about Root & Bone, a Southern neighborhood restaurant that focuses on timeless country comfort food.

  • Copenhagen: Paté Paté

    We chat with Kenn Husted, owner of Paté Paté, which is famous for Spanish- and French-inspired cuisine and—you guessed it—pâté.

  • Nashville: Pinewood Social

    We interview Ben and Max Goldberg, the innovative brothers behind the charming southern comfort food bar/bowling alley Pinewood Social.

  • London: St. John Bread and Wine

    We chat with London luminaries Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver about the St. John restaurants they started together.

  • Charleston: Chez Nous

    A chat with Fanny Panella, who runs the restaurant Chez Nous and the wine and cheese bar Bin 152 with her husband, Patrick.

  • Philadelphia: One Shot Coffee & Café

    An interview with the owners of One Shot Coffee in Philadelphia.

  • Melbourne: Auction Rooms

    We head to North Melbourne for a visit with Andrew Kelly, owner of the much-loved café Auction Rooms.

  • Seattle: Bar Sajor

    An interview Chef Matt Dillon (winner of the Best Chef Northwest James Beard Awards 2012) about Bar Sajor, a beautifully curated bar and restaurant in Pioneer Square.

  • Tokyo: Life Son

    We interviewed Shoichiro Aiba, the managing chef and owner of Life Son, which serves “bread and mountain dishes.”

  • Nashville: Josephine

    An interview with Miranda Whitcomb Pontes, founder of the adored Nashville eatery Josephine on 12th.

  • Seattle: Oddfellows Café & Bar

    We chat with Seattle luminary Linda Derschang, who always seems to know what the city wants next, about her bustling Capitol Hill restaurant.

  • Tokyo: Tas Yard

    We interviewed Shinichiro Nakahara about Tas Yard, the kissaten-style eatery he owns in the Sendagaya neighborhood.

  • Seattle: The Walrus and the Carpenter

    We can’t think of a better way to spend a late afternoon in Seattle than sipping cold drinks and slurping up fresh oysters at the Walrus and the Carpenter.

  • Chicago: Longman & Eagle

    A great place to eat, drink and then immediately fall into bed, L&E has an extensive craft cocktail menu and an upstairs inn with six rooms for sleepovers.

  • Los Angeles: Berlin Currywurst

    Serving up sausages, fries and craft beers, Berlin Currywurst is the first German street food snack bar to hit Los Angeles.

  • New York: Freemans

    We chat with one of the founders of Freemans Restaurant, one of Gotham’s finest rugged clandestine American taverns.

  • Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Lantern

    An interview with Andrea Reusing, James Beard-winning chef at Pan-Asian restaurant and bar Lantern in the North Carolina college town.

  • Minneapolis: Bachelor Farmer

    An interview with the folks behind the Bachelor Farmer, a Nordic-inspired spot in a very old warehouse in the North Loop neighborhood.

  • Tokyo: Beard

    We interview chef Shin Harakawa, who brings a relaxed vibe, an ever-changing menu and his worldly experience to the Tokyo hotspot Beard.

  • Portland, Oregon: Whiskey Soda Lounge

    Across the street from Pok Pok sits Whiskey Soda Lounge, home to Pok Pok’s customers in waiting and prep kitchen, and purveyors of wonderful drinking food from Thailand.

  • Portland, Oregon: Sweedeedee

    An excellent spot for coffee and a slice of pie.

  • Portland, Oregon: Bollywood Theater

    We chat with the chef and owner of our favorite Indian restaurant in the city.

  • Nashville: Rolf & Daughters

    Enjoy simple European-inspired fare at Rolf & Daughters.

  • Sydney: Youeni Foodstore

    Sydney’s health-conscious can head to Youeni Foodstore for delicious, high-quality dishes.

  • Berlin: Aunt Benny

    Enjoy simple, no-fuss dishes at this impeccably designed Berlin café.

  • Sydney: Pasta Emilia

    We interviewed Anna Maria Eoclidi, co-owner of Sydney’s well-loved pasta shop and café Pasta Emilia.

  • Chicago: Publican Quality Meats

    Publican Quality Meats is a great neighborhood destination for meat enthusiasts in the Windy City.

  • Portland, Oregon: Tasty n Sons

    Enjoy some of the city’s best comfort food at Tasty n Sons.

  • Nashville: The Silly Goose

    We catch up with the chef at a popular comfort-food establishment to learn the story of the Silly Goose.

  • Madrid, Spain: Olivia Te Cuida

    A refreshingly warm, welcoming and stylish restaurant in Madrid.

  • Portland, Oregon: Clyde Common

    A favorite West End restaurant among locals and travelers alike.

  • Brooklyn: Vinegar Hill House

    A neighborhood hang that makes its customers feel at home.

  • Austin: Contigo Austin

    Contigo Austin serves up South Texas food in an authentic atmosphere.

  • Portland, Oregon: Canteen

    Canteen is full of healthy, organic and decadent bowls.

  • Brooklyn: Court Street Grocers

    A perfect market-cum-café in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood.

  • Austin: Elizabeth Street Café

    Elizabeth St. Café is a leader among fusion restaurants in Austin, Texas.

  • Portland, Oregon: Ned Ludd

    A modern take on traditional American cuisine.

  • Oakland: Ramen Shop

    Noodles and broth made with tons of flavor, imagination and carefully chosen ingredients.