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  • pinitbutton Our March Edition of The Food Paper Newsletter has been Published!
intro Our March Edition of The Food Paper Newsletter has been Published!

Top 10 Brunch Hotels in the U.S.

 

Spring into spring with help from our March edition of The Food Paper newsletter!

Get started with a lavish meal at one of our Top 10 Brunch Hotels in the U.S. or cook up something new from chef Skye Gyngell’s cookbook Favorite Ingredients.

Don’t forget to eat your greens! Check out our reviews about artichokes and asparagus, as well as our tasty recipe for roasted asparagus with chili vinaigrette.

In addition, we have everything you need for March 17, including our St. Patrick’s Day Guide with a list of our Top 10 Irish Beers, a Travel Guide to Ireland and much more!



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  • pinitbutton Brennan’s of Houston is Back!
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One of the dining areas at Brennan’s of Houston

By Becky Sauer

 

The good times are rolling once again at Brennan’s of Houston, which closed after a fire during Hurricane Ike in 2008. This staple of fine dining in Houston, and sister restaurant to New Orleans’ Commander’s Palace, underwent a 17-month renovation to re-create much of the original ambience of the historic building and re-opened for dinner service just in time for Mardi Gras.

 

 

 

Stay updated on the Houston dining scene with Houston Restaurant News, Restaurant Reviews, Culinary Events and Wine Dinners.

 

 

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  • pinitbutton Fourth GAYOT Dinner Series
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Chef Jelle Vandenbroucke with Sophie Gayot

By Sophie Gayot

 

 

Valentine’s Day over? Mother’s Day too far away? St. Patrick’s Day not your cup of tea? Why not indulge yourself with some rest and restaurant fun at the Four Seasons Westlake Village? The fourth GAYOT Dinner series will be held at the signature restaurant Hampton’s on Saturday, March 13th.

 

 

 

Chef de cuisine Jelle Vandenbroucke has prepared a special five-course menu for the occasion, priced at $85, with optional wine pairings:

 

 

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  • pinitbutton GAYOT Tastes Newsletter for March is here!
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Top 10 Irish Beers

Our Tastes Newsletter for March has been published! Spring Fever is here!

 

 

Celebrate everything that is green! Read our guide to St. Patrick’s Day, featuring the Top 10 Irish Pubs in the U.S., the best pubs and bars near you and the Top Irish Beers. Make sure to check out the best places for Easter Brunch, our list of the Top 10 Castle Hotels Worldwide, The Country Cooking of Ireland cookbook review,  the Top 10 Small SUVs and much more!



  • pinitbutton Dijon Must’ Art in the US, The Capital of Burgundy Arrives with Flair in NYC
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The Mourners medieval tomb sculptures from the Court of Burgundy

by Meryl Pearlstein

 

Playing off the region’s rich mustard heritage, the people of Dijon have brought a two-year tour with art, music, food, and drink to the U.S. Starting with a one-week visit to New York, Dijon Must’ Art’s introductory events included a showing of the Mourners at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, followed by a reception at the Cultural Services, French Embassy where eight of the finest chefs from Michelin-starred Dijon restaurants (Le Pré aux Clercs, Derbord Restaurant, Chapeau Rouge, Sofitel Les Jardins de la Cloche, and Chez Guy) dazzled guests who toasted their talents with the area’s Burgundy wines, Crème de Cassis, and Framboise. Francois Rebsamen, Senator and Mayor of Dijon, presided.

 

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