Since 1969, restaurant, hotel, travel & other witty reviews by a handpicked, worldwide team of discerning professionals—and your views, too.


January 2003


Dear Reader:

Knowledgeable travelers and gourmets, who over the years have used Gayot's guide books to enhance their voyages and gastronomical experiences, have now discovered or rediscovered Gayot in its electronic attire.

Connoisseurs from Los Angeles to London and Paris have long known
and they've spread the news that they can rely on the candid Gayots' judgments when they read them in print. Now it's even more convenient and timely to access them through the web. That's why our customer base has grown so widely in 2002. We look forward to sharing with you in 2003 all these good tips and to help you save time and money.

The good life and peace-loving international Gayot team.

Save Time

Our new features that we will release progressively will help you to save time as you browse our huge amount of information. Already, your choice is made easier using our "Best of" restaurant lists for major cities, "Hot 10" restaurant lists for all markets, Paris and London restaurant databases searchable by rating (U.S. rating search coming soon), enhanced hotel listings for Los Angeles & Orange County, and more...

All these events taking place around the world: Read about them on our Events page. Let them open your appetite, your eyes or your mind... you might feel motivated to take a trip. As you start making plans for 2003, it's a perfect time to start browsing the first few months of the year.

You can have an island to yourself if you hit The Meridian Club, a twelve-room retreat situated along two miles of unspoiled talcum powder beach on the island of Pine Cay, southeast of the Bahamas. Read on...

San Antonio captures the essence of "Six Flags" Texas, beautifully marrying the rich cultures of Indians, Old Mexico, and the Wild West.

Don't forget to check out our 72-Hour Vacation pieces on other exciting destinations like Hawaii, New Orleans, and Taos...

We begin our day with chef Daniel Boulud at 6 a.m. with the baking of delicious cakes and breads like olive rosemary bread or chocolate cherry bread. Then there's shopping to be done, fish and shellfish and fresh vegetables and meats from local markets and vendors. We see where he buys his tasty flounders and learn to make a tuna bagnat or delicate piballes (baby eels) that melt in your mouth... Read our full review.

Browse our Travel Specials to find great deals: "Artscapes" to Europe, a food and travel tour to Oaxaca with Rick Bayless, or a selection of Tahitian cruises. U.S. specials include a romantic getaway to Hawaii, a celebrity chef culinary program in Boston, and a fun foodie package in Santa Fe.

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