It’s no secret that Argentina bears some of the most delicious Malbec in the world. And this bottle with notes of blackberry, raspberry and violet is no exception. So you should be excited to hear that we have them by the half dozen. We presume you’re losing your mind somewhere out there.
Things to do for November 02, 2016
This Weekend Has So Many More Oxtail-Stuffed Donuts Than Last
And Some of the World’s Most Beautiful Trains, TooBy Ilana Dadras
Looking for weekend in all the wrong places.
Here’s a Comprehensive Winter Style Guide
Winter is coming. You’ll need a scarf for when it’s pretty freezing, one for when it’s really freezing and one for can’t-feel-your-face freezing. We’ve addressed this, texting gloves and the three most historic winter style icons in existence. It’s good stuff.
These Trains Are Beautiful in So Many Ways
Most trains don’t contain piano bars, private saunas and restaurants serving up kangaroo filets. Which is why we rounded up the ones that do: including journeys from London to Venice, San Sebastián to Santiago, and Cape Town to Pretoria. Because they’re better, you see.
Now, the Best-Looking Dishes of the Month
Before you can officially let October go, you’ve got to take one last look at the month’s best-looking dishes: caviar-topped octopus, duck confit nachos and oxtail-filled donut holes. Such donut holes demand to be seen.
You’ve Never Seen Ping-Pong Paddles Like This
Here’s a charity auction featuring the many works of a British art collective that’s been tapping some of their best and brightest artistic minds to turn ping-pong paddles into bona fide pieces of art. Your rec room will never be the same.
A Berlin Hotel Named After Nobody
So there’s a quirky 44-room hotel that just opened in Savignyplatz, one of Berlin’s swankier neighborhoods—the kind of neighborhood where you’ll go deep into art nouveau and jazz. And the hotel is named after a man who has never existed.
Holiday Travel Is Imminent. There’s So Much You Need to Know.
The most beautiful new hotels in North America. The most remote places on earth. Noise-canceling headphones to make the infant in row three more tolerable. All that, and other helpful holiday-travel-related intel, right this way.