For this week’s recipe, chef Alan Older of Smitty’s Oyster House’s Main Street location in Vancouver brings brawn to your prawns thanks to a spicy, citrusy chili lime sauce.
Casa Annunziata serves as a gallery for its owners, housing their vast collection of art and antiques. The contrast between minimalist and baroque adds an otherworldly feel to the house.
Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain makes a good first impression. Amid the café-lined streets of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, once the literary and artistic hub of Paris’s Left Bank, the new hotel occupies three elegant 17th-century stone buildings that are now connected aesthetically by way of ivy-filled planters, navy accents, and electric lanterns.
Bree Hyland founded Barre, a line of artisanal, small-batch, genderless perfume that can, per its website, “ignite lust, attraction, magic, and mystery.”
Nobu Hotels’ debut in Africa brings a Nobu Restaurant and Bar, panoramic rooftop, and one of the largest Nobu Hotel spas to Marrakesh.
New York City is a buzzing, shapeshifting metropolis. Every week there’s a new hotel opening, gallery show, or restaurant to try. Here’s our curated guide for what to do and see, and where to stay, eat, and shop in the city that never sleeps.
Formerly a 12th-century monastery in the little village of Umbertide, this 12-room hotel feels intimate, like staying in the home of very gracious hosts.
The annual Greater Vancouver Hot Chocolate Festival runs until February 14, and the region is currently awash in inventive versions of everyone’s favourite winter treat.
A thoughtful redesign brought tranquility to a multigenerational home in High Park, Toronto. The renovation by Vancouver-based DPo Architecture reimagined the apartment on the second and third floors of a house more than 100 years old, adding contemporary flare to the vintage building.