food & beverage
food & beverageLeila Milgrim, from Conde Nast Traveler, takes us on a tour of her favorite venues during the holiday season in NYC - including some under-the-radar, locals-only favorites courtesy of Glenmorangie.
travelJoin Condé Nast Traveler's Director of Brand Marketing Leila Milgrim as she crosses the border from Italy to Slovenia with her fiancé Nikola and their dog Sonny. Come along on their seven-day adventure through the countryside, where they eat, drink and explore the breathtaking scenery, from the capital of Ljubljana to Lake Bled and the Soca Valley.
travelWe asked a person from every state in the U.S. to pick the one food that best represents where they're from. Do you associate potatoes with Idaho? Conjure up a picture of the Statue of Liberty tucking into a slice of legendary New York pizza? Or maybe sampling some authentic barbecue on a road trip through the south? Wherever you're from, something appetizing is sure to come to mind after this episode of Culturally Speaking.
travelWe asked 50 people, one from each state in the U.S., to pick the most popular beer in their neck of the woods. From fans of no frills, tried and true brews to the more crafty connoisseurs amongst us, where do you land? See if your pick matches your state rep on this episode of Culturally Speaking.
travelSan Francisco’s Michael Mina taps into the restaurant’s incredible spice library to create a Macallan Rare Cask cocktail table-side, accompanied by a gold-flecked Scotch egg.
travelProduced by CNT | The Macallan | In Las Vegas, The Mansion at MGM is a place of absolute luxury, a hidden Tuscan-inspired villa housing the most exclusive experiences on The Strip. In the light-filled Atrium Dining Room, The Macallan M is poured into a Lalique crystal vessel and is hand-delivered to guests tableside on a beautifully designed Tuscan beverage cart. And at The Mansion Casino Bar, The Macallan Exceptional Single Cask cocktail is expertly crafted and served in a treasure chest.
travelIn this episode of Walking Around In, @wildchinatravel co-founder Albert Ng shows us what a day in Hong Kong looks like, taking us through Causeway Bay to Victoria Peak, the tallest point in Hong Kong. "Despite Hong Kong being one of the densest places in the world, around 40 percent is made of countryside," says Ng. "Join me to see how the countryside is developing into a key pastime of people during COVID-19."
travelProduced by Condé Nast Traveler in partnership with Penfolds, follow editor Erin Florio as she reflects on her travels and how she brings those experiences home, all with Penfolds in hand. Featuring Stephanie Liu Hjelmeseth (@honeynsilk).
travelWe asked 50 people, one from each state in the U.S., to tell us the best fast food burger where they're from. Do you know all about the "secret menu" at In-N-Out? Are you the honorary Sixth Guy? Tell us the best fast food burger in your home state in the comments below, and see if your answers match ours on this episode of Culturally Speaking.
travelWe asked 50 people, one from each state in the U.S., to tell us the best restaurant chain where they're from. Is Waffle House your happy place? Did late night trips to White Castle etch a memory on your heart? What is it about Dunkin' Donuts coffee, exactly? Tell us the best chain restaurant in your home state in the comments below, and see if your answers match ours on this episode of Culturally Speaking.
travelProduced by CNT | The Macallan | Even the journey to The Office -- tucked behind The Aviary, high up on the 35th floor, overlooking Central Park-- is an exclusive one, open to only those who know the way. With “The Macallan Experience,” three exquisite cocktails and bites tell the story of Scotland inspired by NYC. Within the inner sanctum of this bar, gastronomy and mixology twine together like nowhere else in the world.
food & beverageThis video is the third part of a four-part series with Audi Q3, Bon Appétit and Condé Nast Traveler that highlights Audi's elevation of female servers, managers, chefs and owners in the hospitality industry.