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Ahead of #50BestTalks: Voices for Change in San Francisco, we’ve been reflecting on some of the most thought-provoking quotes from the 50 Best family. Chefs and restaurateurs at the top of their games can use their voices for positive change all over the world, from championing issues of sustainability to lending their influence to charity or offering opportunities to those less privileged. Follow the link in our bio for more inspiration. @dominiquecrenn @massimobottura @chefclaresmyth @kamilla_seidler @cellercanroca @yoshihironarisawa @centralrest #Worlds50Best #VoicesForChange #SanFrancisco #Quotes #Diversity #Sustainability #Chefs #Restaurants
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Since its start in Seattle in the early 1970s, the Starbucks coffee chain has opened shops all over the country and the world, including European nations where coffee culture was already well established. One place they dared not tread was Italy, the coffee-centric land that helped founder Howard Schultz shape the chain's character in the first place. That changed this week. Seth Doane reports.
A bunch of new luxury hotels and restaurants have cropped up in revamped Downtown LA and neighbouring West Hollywood, bringing with them a bevy of sumptuous rooftop bars including Mama Shelter, The Standard, Petit Ermitage and more.
Flynn McGarry is the chef of Gem, a restaurant in Manhattan's Lower East Side. His $155 tasting menu is served in the style of a dinner party, hopefully making you feel like you're not at a restaurant at all. The young chef has been working full time in professional kitchens since he was 12.
Based on Elite Traveller’s most esteemed restaurants of 2018, these tasty destinations should be on everyone’s bucket list. From The Fat Duck, to Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville, to Le Bernardin, prepare to salivate.
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