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Looking for something off the beaten path? Try one of these little restaurants that are small on tables, but big on charm.
Crab season in California is officially underway. If you’re looking for the best crab restaurants in San Francisco, we’ve got five haute Bay Area restaurants where you can count on enjoying this crustacean that can be served so many ways.
It’s that wonderful time of year when white truffles, or tartufi bianchi, start popping up on menus throughout the Bay Area. We’ve dug around to find the menus with the best dishes featuring the precious Italian funghi. Here are five restaurants you’ll want to dine at soon to get your fill of white truffles
Surrounded by the Arabian sea, fish has been one of the staple foods in the Emirati diet for decades. Most Dubians love seafood and it’s hard not to see why: The city has some delicious fish restaurants with elegant and sophisticated surroundings coupled with marvelous sea views. Try the following five for the best seafood restaurants in Dubai.
We’re getting a slew of new Miami restaurants from heavyweight chefs like Michael Mina, Fabio Viviani, Scott Conant, and Michelle Bernstein
Grab a table for two (or more) at these NYC restaurants designed with sharing in mind
This week brought a new round of Michelin stars to New York City, and with 17 new Michelin starred restaurants now in New York, the outer boroughs are becoming more star-studded than ever before! Check out these new additions for 2015 and start reserving your tables.
Autumn is restaurant season in New York City. And as the leaves start to fall, plenty of new menus open and brand new dishes please (though sometimes confuse) the palates of New Yorkers. Reserve a table at these new NYC restaurants before the secret is out.
Dragon Boat Festival – one of the three most important Chinese Holidays, together with Chinese New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival – falls on the 2 June (the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar).
Also known as the Double Fifth or Duanwu festival, the event commemorates the death of Chinese poet, Qu Yuan, who lept into the Miluo River on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month in 277 B.C with a stone attached to his ankle.
Local people admired the poet so deeply that they took to the water to save him, in their boats. Unable to located Qu Yuan’s body, the Chinese dropped balls of sticky rice into the water so that the fish could eat the rice rather than the poet’s body.
Today Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated by tucking into zongzi (sticky rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves) and racing dragon boats.
Wondering where to celebrate Dragon Boat Festival in the capital? Panic not. Haute Time has done the hard work for you. Here’s the low-down on five of the best Chinese restaurants in town…