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      Lilla P BoutiqueNovember 17, 2011
      Women's Store
      • New York, United States

      The intimate shop is stocked with casual yet tailored cotton tops, skirts, dresses and jackets that can transition from day to evening — and that travel very well. Read more

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      Alexis BittarNovember 17, 2011
      Jewelry
      • Chicago, United States

      The Brooklyn, N.Y.–based jewelry designer, who counts Alicia Keys and Cameron Diaz among his legions of fans, has a new store that is filled with jewels galore. Read more

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      PDT (Please Don't Tell)November 17, 2011
      Speakeasy
      • New York, United States

      A speakeasy accessed through Crif Dogs next door, PDT serves up deep-fried Jersey dogs, including the Wylie with deep-fried mayo, tomato molasses, shredded lettuce and dried onions. Read more

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      The InfieldNovember 17, 2011
      Hot Dogs
      • Sherman Oaks, United States

      Our favorites include the ’Smores Dog with, yep, chocolate, marshmallow and graham crackers, and the Charlie Sheen Dog, which Sheen himself created, tiger blood and all (i.e., hot sauce). Read more

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      Chicago's Dog HouseNovember 17, 2011
      Hot Dogs
      • Chicago, United States

      Go white-glove with the French Poodle Dog: Brie, Grey Poupon and honey-glazed pear. Read more

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      Trina's Starlite LoungeNovember 17, 2011
      Bar
      • Somerville, United States

      The Dog of the Day has achieved cult status. Recent hits, the Charcuterie Plate dog notwithstanding, include the Dog Fried Rice dog with Chinese five-spice, a soy glaze and sesame oil. Read more

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      YOTEL New YorkNovember 17, 2011
      Hotel
      • New York, United States

      The star attraction of the lobby (a sleek terminal awash in soft purple light) is the Yobot, a towering robotic arm that stores guests’ luggage in bar-coded bins. Read more

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      The Old American Golf ClubNovember 17, 2011
      Golf Course
      • The Colony, United States

      From the crushed-stone cart paths and rough-cut bunkers to the greens set majestically alongside the shores of Lewisville Lake, Old American is a highly entertaining romp back in U.S. golf history. Read more

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      Half Moon Bay Golf LinksNovember 16, 2011
      Golf Course
      • Half Moon Bay, United States

      Over the last year, they’ve taken the course from all green to an authentic, green-brown links combination that plays firmer and faster in an effort to return to the traditional nature of golf. Read more

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      Topgolf AllenNovember 16, 2011
      Golf Course
      • Allen, United States

      What makes TopGolf unique is the computer chip in each ball. Golfers aim for targets placed at different yardages; points are then calculated based on distance and where on the target the ball hits. Read more

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      Primland ResortNovember 16, 2011
      Resort
      • Meadows of Dan, United States

      Word of mouth has been spreading about the Donald Steel–designed course at Primland. After all, when a course is as much of a strategic and panoramic feast as this one, it’s hard to keep it a secret. Read more

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      Anvil Bar & RefugeNovember 16, 2011
      Cocktail
      • Houston, United States

      On the last Saturday of the month he instructs in the history of spirits and drinks, as well as gives pointers in crafting cocktails. Read more

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      SpoonbarNovember 16, 2011
      Mediterranean
      • Healdsburg, United States

      Scott Beattie (of H2hotel’s year-old Spoonbar and formerly of Cyrus) is legendary in cocktail circles — and he dishes out secrets that only an artisan would know during monthly classes at the hotel. Read more

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      Peacock BarNovember 16, 2011
      Bar
      • Wandsworth, United Kingdom

      Sign up for a one- or two-hour class (held daily) where tricks of the trade — such as juggling, à la Tom Cruise in Cocktail — are taught in a competition pitting two teams against each other. Read more

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      The Shady DellNovember 16, 2011
      B & B
      • Bisbee, United States

      From the martini glasses in the Royal Mansion to the Polynesian flair of El Rey, guests are submerged in a time period of two-tone televisions, radio programs and classic rock ’n’ roll. Read more

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      Bourbon & BranchNovember 16, 2011
      Speakeasy
      • San Francisco, United States

      Don’t even think of ordering a cosmo at this speakeasy-style lounge, which serves real-fruit cocktails and award-winning whiskeys like Noah’s Mill, handmade in the hills of Kentucky. Read more

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      Ten OakNovember 16, 2011
      Lounge
      • Austin, United States

      Offering the city's largest selection of small-batch bourbons, this place is packed with patrons clamoring for its signature drinks -- like the candy-rimmed Pop-Rock-Tini. Read more

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      Patterson HouseNovember 16, 2011
      Speakeasy
      • Nashville, United States

      At the dark-wood bar, choose from 50 artisan cocktails poured over one of eight types of ice, including a sphere that takes three minutes to mold. Read more

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      Smith & WollenskyNovember 16, 2011
      Steakhouse
      • Washington, United States

      The 28-day dry-aging process is done on-site. In-house butchers then cut each piece of prime to maximize the flavor and tenderness. Read more

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      BOURBON STEAK DCNovember 16, 2011
      Steakhouse
      • Washington, United States

      A dry-aged prime steak is poached in clarified butter for an added layer of flavor, then seared to medium-rare perfection on an 850-degree wood-fire grill. Read more

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