Inside what was formerly the Versace mansion, Gianni’s at the Villa offers a luxurious dining experience for the upper crust. Located on Miami’s most glamourous street, Ocean Drive, Gianni’s adds a touch of vintage glamour to the modern bustle of the street, with interiors dating back to the 1930s.
Experience the spirit of the American road trip this fall with a roughly five-hour drive along the scenic byways of the Southwest. Observe the amazing red rock formations, giant ponderosa pines, and unexpectedly colourful fall foliage.
Buffalo has been undergoing a multifaceted revitalization and is reaffirming that it’s a hot spot for art lovers from around the world.
Spread over two floors, Harvey House is an inviting space, with warm wood and marble surfaces, a lively open kitchen, and locally-discovered vintage fixtures. The Papachs transformed the old train station over a three-year period, building a 2,000-square-foot prep kitchen, changing the layout, and enclosing a former train platform in glass.
For the second-most-important wine-producing state in the United States, Washington is surprisingly little known internationally. Perhaps it’s because second is so far behind first: California.
While the legendary Riggs name may not ring bells today, the bank is one for the history books: 23 presidents—including Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Richard Nixon—held accounts here. At one point, the financial firm called itself “the most important bank in the most important city in the world.”
Guests can have a taste of a different time and all the luxury that came with it.