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THE VIBE:
THE ART OF EATING OUT

As the legendary actor Robert Duvall once said, “Getting together with friends and holding court over a meal is one of the great things in life.” Truthfully, there are few better things than eating. Sitting outside, enjoying the ambiance, the service, the good food, and the feeling of being out. Here’s how we like to do it.

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THE PRE-DINNER DRINK

A great meal starts with the aperitivo. Why not start with a negroni? This beautiful, red drink consists of three ingredients that don’t taste well on their own but, when mixed, are pure perfection. Not sure how to make one? Allow Anthony Bourdain to explain.

Right here

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A GOOD LOOKING SPOT

A few years ago, Architectural Digest visited the chef (and co-star of The Bear) Matty Matheson in his newly opened restaurant in Toronto. Talk about a place we’d like to eat. The place looks absolutely stunning. Oh, and so does the food.

Have a look

THE JOY OF EATING OUT ALONE

A great piece from Town And Country Magazine about the joy of traveling solo. “I’m here for something that has almost nothing to do with sights, monuments, museums, restaurants, nature, or even people and their customs. What I’m looking for is more in me than outside of me, just as sitting in this café allows me not to stop time but to distend it, to dispel all my thoughts and indulge in the eros of something unusual.” 

Read the full piece here.

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A NIGHT OUT IN NYC

If you’re looking for places to go in New York, a good place to start is Alex Delany’s guide via Drake’s Diary. From Bar Jamon to the legendary restaurant Raoul’s on Prince Street, if this won’t make you want to book a ticket instantly, nothing will.

"NO SALAD AS MEAL"

Speaking of legendary restaurants abroad, Brasserie Lipp, established in 1880, still serves up classic French cuisine in the Saint Germain neighborhood of Paris. The line written at the very top of the menu is forever a classic. Just keep that in mind next time you’re in town.

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A NO-FRILLS DINER IN LONDON

St. John is a London restaurant known for revitalizing British cuisine in the early 1990s. It's a truly wonderful spot. If you’re hungry for the full story, you should watch the episode Action Bronson of his YouTube show did with the two founders, Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver.

END THE NIGHT AT SCARR'S

A good dinner usually ends with drinks, which often leads to more food. That food is often pizza. That’s just the way it is. One of the best slices in the entire world is served at Scarr’s Pizza in New York’s Lower East Side. How did the owner, Scarr Pimentel, perfect the slice?

He’ll show you right here.

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