Word of Mouth: Eco-Conscious Dining in Aarhus, Denmark

Cocktails and culinary delights with a focus on seasonal, hyper-local ingredients

Denmark’s capital city, Copenhagen, is known around the globe for its design and culinary scenes (with the latter including Noma, the famed restaurant that’s arguably responsible for putting high-end green gastronomy experiences on the map). But two hours away by train, the charming city of Aarhus has been quietly revolutionizing dining. Just as the pandemic focused a spotlight on local destinations in the States, Danish …

Fish & Game Restaurant, Hudson

Zakary Pelaccio and Jori Jayne Emde make waves upstate with a homey new outpost

Part of a growing community of entrepreneurs who have left NYC for greener pastures, husband-and-wife team Zakary Pelaccio and Jori Jayne Emde recently set up shop in Hudson, NY. The opening of Fish & Game restaurant follows the success of Pelaccio’s previous ventures Fatty ‘Cue and Fatty Crab in Brooklyn and Manhattan. With it, Emde and Pelaccio have brought the ingenuity of the five boroughs …

Interview: Thomas Keller

Life lessons, groomed gardens and butter-poached lobster at The French Laundry

When invited to The French Laundry, the answer, without hesitation, is a resounding yes. As a destination restaurant with a long waiting list, you never know when the opportunity will present itself again. American Express recently asked us to check out their By Invitation Only program—mentioning a harvest dinner at the Michelin-starred restaurant as one of their offerings—and we jumped at the chance. I have …