Happy Sunday! What a cool date today – 02.02.20! It’s also Super Bowl Sunday, of course…Here’s this week’s roundup in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.
To celebrate the Eiffel Tower’s 130th birthday this year, three-Michelin-starred chef Frédéric Anton will take the helm of the City of Light’s highest food destination, 410 feet above the city. The interiors are absolutely stunning!
Climate change is real. Wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux and others are likely to be lost forever due to climate change. The researchers at the University of British Columbia say that if the climate warms by two degrees – in line with current trends – more than 50% of the world’s current wine-growing regions will be lost by the end of the century, or at the very least forced to abandon the classic varietals they are known for.
Fussy food is out and throwback snacks are back for the Super Bowl! This classic French Onion dip is the star player and it admittedly looks delicious. Get this recipe and other simple snack ideas to please a crowd.
I am just obsessed with this house in Dolores Heights, San Francisco! The reno started out as a kitchen project and turned into a whole house refresh. Such great pictures to scroll through at the link.
I’m sure I’m not the only one annoyed by the standard practice of being told by flight attendants to switch devices to airplane mode during transit. But what happens if you don’t follow directions? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t that clear…
Nervous about going to Puerto Rico? This map shows exactly where the earthquake impact is on the island—and everywhere else where it’s still safe to visit. (So this link is admittedly a bit self-serving as Mike and I are going to Puerto Rico in a few weeks ;))
Along the same lines of #6, don’t we all just want to get out of town and goo somewhere warm in February? Here are the 20 destinations, both in the US and abroad, where fares are expected to drop the most steeply.
Cheers to a wonderful and relaxing rest of your weekend!