Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Martha Wright has spent six of the last twelve months in Paris, where she’s explored the city through the lenses of both a wine professional and sobriety coach. That’s meant homing in on best options for low-alcohol and no-alcohol venues and beverage options. Seeking out NA beverages around the world has been a colorful mission for Wright, bringing her into contact with young and passionate entrepreneurs. “It takes me out of my routine and across town to investigate a tip about a thoughtful zero-proof drink,” she says, like the “a spooky, sexy opium-den themed basement bar” where she drank a dramatically presented NA cocktail with CBD. “I’ve gotten into great discussions with young Parisian shopkeepers who are interested in these new NA spirits but I’ve also been laughed at and dressed down by the owner of a traditional wine shop when I inquired about NA wine!” To supplement our companion piece about Wright’s … [Read more...] about Alcohol Free Drinking In Paris? It’s A Thing. Here’s Your Guide.
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Say “wine” and “Paris” side-by-side, and the association might conjure images of bistros or sidewalk cafés with une demi bouteille of a crisp white or chilled red shared over lunch. Low-alcohol or no-alcohol beverage options haven’t exactly fitted into the picture, traditionally, but that could be changing. Low- and no-alcohol [or NA] options are, contrary to history and romantic imaginings, a recent trend in France’s capital city. What’s behind such a shift? “I see Parisians, especially the younger ones, as being far more experimental and open to new ideas and to change than their parents,” said Martha Wright, a sobriety coach at Clear Power Coaching who also co-founded Scott Paul Wines in Oregon in 1999 and Caveau Selections wine importing company in 2006. Wright has spent six of the last twelve months in Paris, where her daughter currently lives, and has paid keen attention to the developments and trends in the “low … [Read more...] about Paris: The New Go-To Destination For Low- And No-Alcohol Beverages?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Barcelona’s food scene has always been hot but, this year, following a slew of exciting new openings, it is positively sizzling. From modern takes on classic tapas to fine-dining opulence, and everything in between, here are the most tantalizing new restaurants of 2022 to add to your Barcelona bucket list. C ompartir Barcelona This may be the year of the high-profile opening but none has made a bigger splash than Compartir : the latest venture by the trio who set up Disfrutar in 2014, and have since been awarded two Michelin stars and, more recently, a coveted third spot on this year’s World's 50 Best Restaurants ranking. In June, they also opened Compartir Barcelona. The menu here may be more accessible than Disfrutar’s, but you can still expect to have your mind blown by dishes like the tuna cannelloni, or beetroot salad with rich ajoblanco sorbet, and, for dessert, a mouthwatering sweet take on caprese . … [Read more...] about 12 New Barcelona Restaurants That Need To Be On Your Radar
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Last year may have been the worst in modern history for hospitality, but 2021 is gearing up to be an epic year for travel and eating out. Nowhere more so than in the Catalan capital of Barcelona, where bars and restaurants not only play a pivotal part in daily life, but are also crucial to the city’s post-COVID economic recovery. As locals slowly reemerge from their homes, a batch of new arrivals are cooking up a storm on the city’s vibrant food scene. Meanwhile, others that barely had a chance to open before closing down are attracting some serious attention. From the brand new, to the not-yet open, along with some of the fastest rising stars: these are the places not to miss on your next trip to food lovers’ heaven, Barcelona. Salvaje Hotly anticipated Salvaje Barcelona is the newest addition to the Salvaje hospitality brand, which has already made a name with its outposts in Madrid , Panama , Bogotá and … [Read more...] about The 10 Hottest Restaurants In Barcelona For 2021
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Growing up between the UK and US, I found it extremely interesting to watch how different cuisines were appreciated and accessed across the Atlantic. Filipino food, in particular. While it felt readily available in the US, it was nowhere to be found in the UK. In Indiana, Pinoy friends’ parents would whip up Adobo, Pansit and Lumpia with ease—even spit-roasted Lechon for special occasions!—while the parents of my London pals had never so much as heard of them. That is, until accomplished senior banker Rowena Romulo decided to open up London’s very first Filipino restaurant. “The whole idea and feasibility of opening a restauarant in London began at a dinner, where people found out I was a Romulo and said ‘why don’t you open a Romulo Café in London!’,” says Romulo. Attached to four critically-acclaimed restaurants in Manila, the family name did come with a legacy, but she wasn’t sure a legacy would be enough. … [Read more...] about This Family Is Putting Filipino Food On The Map In London
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin When the Florida Legislature convenes next week for a special session, lawmakers will be asked to approve a new tribal-state gambling compact that veers decidedly and aggressively across tribal borders. The new compact gives the Seminole Tribe of Florida— the largest tribal gaming operator in the United States—exclusive control over all sports betting conducted statewide, including over mobile devices (regardless of the bettor’s location) and at licensed racetracks and jai-alai facilities located well beyond tribal borders. This arrangement, however, brazenly flouts the 1988 federal law which allows states and Indian tribes to enter into compacts for Class III gaming activities, such as sports betting. That federal law—known as the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (or “IGRA” for short)—mandates that any gaming activities authorized under a tribal-state compact occur only “on Indian lands,” which is specifically defined by … [Read more...] about Florida’s Gambling Compact Set Up To Fail? Federal Rejection Of Mobile Sports Betting Likely To Trigger A Tribal Monopoly
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Honor the Gift is celebrating the grand opening of its Los Angeles flagship store this week, as the September month stirs up the streets of the four major cities of Fashion Week; New York, Milan, London, and Paris. Hosted by Russell Westbrook on September 24th, 2022, his first brick-and-mortar for Honor the Gift is a dream realized by Westbrook, who grew up in the heart of Los Angeles. In his hometown of Los Angeles, Westbrook relishes the aura of his hometown. In a previous interview reflecting on the city streets, he states, “to be able to create a brand structured around the inner city and underserved communities.” He continued, “because that's where I grew up - where I’m from - [and] that’s what I relate to.” The grand opening celebrated guests of Westbrook during the day and included many other attendees of all ages. Guests could enjoy food from Hart House, a quick bites restaurant from comedian Kevin Hart, … [Read more...] about Russell Westbrook And Honor The Gift Open Their First Flagship In Los Angeles
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin SATS Ltd. has agreed to buy Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) for €1.2 billion ($1.1 billion) in cash in a deal that will transform Singapore’s catering and gateway services company into the world’s biggest handler of airborne freight. The Singapore-listed company will acquire WFS from a unit of Cerberus Capital Management in a transaction that gives the Paris-based air cargo handler an enterprise value of €2.3 billion. The deal is expected to be completed by March 2023. “This is a transformational opportunity for SATS and our proposed acquisition of WFS will create a global leader that can become the go-to provider of mission critical aviation services,” Kerry Mok, president and CEO of SATS, said in a statement . “From our hub in Singapore and in our newly combined markets, SATS and WFS will be at the heart of global trade flows, operating in the world’s busiest airports and supporting the biggest companies.” … [Read more...] about Singapore’s SATS To Buy Worldwide Flight Services For $1.1 Billion To Create Biggest Air Cargo Handler
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Skiing and snowboarding have surged in popularity in recent years, and the pandemic added fuel to the fire with a general increase in outdoor pursuits and active travel that further boosted the industry. Skiing’s season passes are cheaper than ever, family and multigenerational travel has also boomed, and the new work from home normal have all helped make ski towns much more popular winter destinations. But this has come with major downsides - record crowds, limited lodging availability, lift lines so long they become viral social media fodder, and lots of locals complaining about being overrun. But not at Montana’s Big Sky . Despite a wealth of good press and continuous coverage as “the next big thing” in skiing, the resort has managed to remain ahead of the curve on the ills that plague many competitors for two main reasons. One is part of its name, and part of its next big thing status, “big,” with so much skiing … [Read more...] about Why Big Sky Is Your Top Ski Vacation Destination This Winter – And Beyond
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Ed Jay is the President at Newfold Digital , a leading web and commerce technology company serving nearly 7 million customers globally. Our world is in an ever-changing state; there’s no doubt about it. Challenges brought on by the pandemic have transformed into new concerns, including a potential recession, labor shortages and supply chain uncertainty. While "unprecedented times" have become somewhat of a cliché by now, the economic ups and downs of the past few years have taught us that there’s no playbook for dealing with chaos. An unexpected twist is that large corporations seem to be taking a harder hit than they have in the past. Many are scrambling under the pressures of inflation and a decrease in consumer demand. Powerhouses such as Shopify and Tesla have made layoffs, and Target has needed aggressive product discounting from overestimated demand and excess inventory. Small businesses, on the … [Read more...] about To Small Businesses Everywhere: Stay Scrappy And Embrace Economic Chaos