Otium - Where Chefs Eat in LA when they want trendy, sleek, modern - and a massive amount of sparkle

The dishes at this ambitious restaurant are unexpected but familiar, and straight from California’s open heart Otium - Where Chefs Eat in LA when they want trendy, sleek, modern - and a massive amount of sparkle

The metro carriage that helped create Industrial Facility’s chair

Japan’s public transportation gave Sam Hecht and Kim Colin a bright idea for their award-winning furniture range The metro carriage that helped create Industrial Facility’s chair

What to expect from Danny Meyer’s New York taco stand

The man behind Shake Shack promises to bring his take on Mexican food to the Williamsburg waterfront What to expect from Danny Meyer’s New York taco stand

Take a look at the Osteria Francescana staff meal

Massimo Bottura shows us all how to fight food waste and satisfy a hungry restaurant brigade Take a look at the Osteria Francescana staff meal

Wildair – Where Chefs Eat in New York when they want pig’s head on toast and a portion of the old Lower East Side to share

This small, ambitious wine bar in a tiny store is ‘very crushable in every way' says Momofuku's Sean Gray Wildair – Where Chefs Eat in New York when they want pig’s head on toast and a portion of the old Lower East Side to share

Francesca Woodman in some other time and place

Celebrating the short but influential life of the photographer on the day she would have turned 60 Francesca Woodman in some other time and place

How Rubens, Richard Hamilton and Titian saw Adonis

Death, rebirth and y fronts - the classical hunk has inspired ancient and modern artists in many different ways How Rubens, Richard Hamilton and Titian saw Adonis

Warhol and Pollock's Chelsea Hotel doors are up for sale

A former resident of the famous Manhattan flop house rescued its doors and is now selling them off for charity Warhol and Pollock's Chelsea Hotel doors are up for sale

How the egg became a Cuban life saver

In Cuba, if you want to make pretty much any meal, you've got to break some eggs (and not only at Easter) How the egg became a Cuban life saver

Inoda Coffee - Where Chefs Eat in Kyoto when they require the very best coffee (served by waiters in bow ties)

The caffeine fix here comes pre-mixed with sugar and milk and paired with a menu of cakes and sandwiches
Inoda Coffee - Where Chefs Eat in Kyoto when they require the very best coffee (served by waiters in bow ties)

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