Happy Sunday! Here’s my latest roundup in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.
An auction of over 200 works by and from the personal collection of Milton Glaser, one of the most influential graphic designers of the 20th century. Glaser is a true design legend who was inspired by music, theater, opera, art, literature and his beloved city of New York (he designed the I ♥️ NY logo!).
These jungle bubble suites in Thailand let you sleep among the elephants! Also: you’re under the stars, fully ensconced in nature, without sacrificing any creature comforts. You can expect ensuites, king-sized beds, five-star room service. This sounds amazing—and very Instagrammable.
You’ve never seen a prefab like this! Love everything about this house… The prefab section consists of six modules in the main house, and about a third of the home was built on site, including the glass staircase tower and a guest wing, which houses Arnett’s recording studio.
Are you committing crimes against your cheese without even realizing it? If you throw out your rind, eat your cheese at refrigerator-temp, store your cheese in plastic wrap, or buy pre-shredded cheese—read this article.
The Wine Spectator team recently announced their annual awards—this year awards went to 3,800 restaurants worldwide across three categories: Award of Excellence, Best of Award of Excellence and Grand Award. Use this search tool to find restaurants with killer wine lists near you.
I love watermelon in the summer, but I sometimes feel like I’m in a full-on fight with a fruit when I’m trying to cut it. Given that it’s not the easiest to handle, these are some tricks and hacks to make the job a bit easier and more approachable.
Holy fear of heights. The new Kruger Shalati: The Train on the Bridge, in South Africa, is a luxury hotel built in a historic steam train stationed in the middle of the unused Selati Railway bridge. Soon, taking its first reservations…
Cheers to a wonderful rest of your weekend!