Food and Drink
The diner is one of New England's most famous food institutions. Providence in the state of Rhode Island (The USA’s smallest state) is considered the birthplace of the diner...tracing back to 1872.
The Algarve offers a diverse culinary scene for visitors to discover from speciality local dishes rich in flavour to fine-dining and Michelin-starred restaurants.
The first bespoke culinary adventure holiday to Nepal from the UK has been launched.
Mountain hikers are in for delicious dishes when they stop for lunch along the historic pilgrims’ path of Jakobsweg in the Paznaun-Ischgl region of the Austrian Tirol.
Situated at the heart of the world's largest area of fine wine vineyards, Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa welcomes amateurs and wine lovers alike to discover the great wine estates of Bordeaux during the harvest season and experience one of the most crucial steps in the process of winemaking.
For a leisurely tour of the Stellenbosch Winelands of a different kind, Clos Malverne Wine Estate now saddles up exhilarating eco-biking safaris for enthusiasts to explore, experience and enjoy the splendour of the picturesque Devon Valley off the beaten track.
Bury St. Edmunds will host a Food and Drink Festival this August Bank Holiday, and the Angel Hotel is offering visitors a holiday package which includes accommodation on a B&B basis and a three-course dinner from £159per room, per night – saving 30%.
Tyddyn Llan, the Michelin starred ‘Restaurant with Rooms’ located on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, is staging a unique gourmet night on Sunday 14 July.
The Zillertal region is well-known for its organic cuisine and award-winning dairy products. This deep valley's warm summers and lush pastures give rise to hundreds of indigenous herbs, fabulous local speciality dishes and some of the best restaurants in the Alps. And the scenery's pretty good too.
With Buckingham Palace's four-day public garden party looming in July and a Royal Baby on the horizon, the Royal Household is sure to be in party planning mode.
The Oitavos, the five-star luxury hotel and spa on Portugal's Estoril coast, has launched a Dining in Sintra Experience - a combination of the relaxation and luxury of a stay at the hotel with the history, romance and gastronomy of Sintra.
Tyddyn Llan, a gastronomic bolthole owned by Michelin-starred chef Bryan Webb and wife Susan, located on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, has introduced Friday Night Gourmet Nights – the perfect start to the weekend.
Barely a week after Spain was shown to be the dominant country in Restaurant magazine´s list of the top 50 Restaurants in the World, a new report has revealed how food tourism is becoming an increasingly important sector for the Iberian nation.
This month marks the second ever Jersey Food Festival (18 - 26 May). Spanning less than 50 square miles, Jersey is a widely underestimated food destination with more Michelin-starred restaurants per capita than London.
Whether your usual tipple of choice is a crisp Chenin Blanc or a robust Rioja, World Wine Week (6th - 14th May) offers a great reason to crack open a bottle of your favourite wine and get your taste buds tingling.
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