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MAY 2002 NEWSLETTER






New on Gayot.com: OpenTable Reservations!
Gayot has joined forces with OpenTable, Inc. to facilitate quick and easy online reservations for its users. Available for over 1,000 restaurants, the service enables users to read a review, select a restaurant and make an online reservation - all with just a few clicks! Gayot is pleased to count OpenTable among its valued affiliate partners. Check it out!

Restaurant Reviews: Dining in Hawaii

You don't need to be a native of Hawaii to recognize great cuisine on the islands. From Asian to American to fusion, the Aloha state's restaurants offer locals and tourists a reason to step away from the beach for a while. Find out why those "in the know" call it paradise.
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72-Hour Vacation: Newport Beach: Sophistication with a Suntan

This seaside hamlet has long been a weekend getaway destination for Los Angeles residents in need of some sun and sand. Take a look at what this charming beach town has to offer, from beaches and boardwalks to museums and nightlife. Read about it.


Hotels Search: New Orleans Hotel Reviews Online

Gayot's database of New Orleans hotel reviews are now online. Search for accommodations by name, area, rating, category or feature, with our easy-to-use search tool. Look for hotel searches in other areas in the near future. Find New Orleans Hotels.

Cookbook Corner: Alfred Portale's 12 Seasons Cookbook

This month's cookbook review features the newest release from celebrated chef Alfred Portale, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award for Best Chef, New York, as well as the coveted IACP Julia Child Award for his first cookbook, Alfred Portale's Gotham Bar and Grill Cookbook. See why Gayot cookbook reviewer Lisa Messinger calls this latest cookbook "a perennial masterpiece"! Read it!

Whether it's an elegant wine dinner or a casual country harvest festival, Gayot.com has what you're looking for when planning your outings. Coming up: The New Orleans Wine and Food Festival, held May 22-26, a gastronomic celebration that's sure to please! Need help navigating the Big Easy? Check out The Best of New Orleans and start exploring! Visit Events
Pairing wine with Asian foods is not impossible. Wine expert Randal Caparoso advises you to start with the premise that you need wines which will emphasize a balance of taste sensations. Then use your imagination...
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