Like hotels, bars should feel like they are somewhere, not just anywhere. These five bars we visited in 2019 stood out in our memories as exceptional.
Evaluating the world's best hotels is great, but it's just as delightful to test out top restaurants. Of the hundreds we tried, these were the best.
New York City is teeming with excellent bars a vin. From tiny, dimly lit spaces to chic lounges, these are our 10 favorite wine bars in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
This daylong itinerary takes in Brooklyn, the hippest borough of New York City. Enjoy eating, shopping and museum-hopping and see what all the hype is about.
International art fairs are overwhelming. For those interested in smaller fairs that are more tightly focused on one artistic medium, try these events.
Firmdale Hotels opens its second overseas venture: The Whitby Hotel, just off Fifth Avenue at West 56th, offers a prime midtown location near Central Park.
New York City is a cocktail town. Here are 11 new bars where the drinks are imaginative and the settings breathtaking.
The time-honored tradition of afternoon tea is alive and well -- on Mother's Day and all year long -- at these elegant tea salons in New York City.
Reflecting the astonishing diversity of its population, New York City offers markets that cater to widespread ethnic tastes. Here are some of the best.
Union Square Cafe transformed the restaurant world -- in New York and beyond. After closing in 2015, it's reopened a few blocks away from the original.
New Yorkers love their markets. A number of notable food halls have added greatly to the available options.
Fine-dining establishments have returned to New York. There are now several newcomers likely to appeal to Hideaway Report members.
Travelers may not consider New York City a kid-friendly destination, but it definitely can be. There is plenty to do in Manhattan — and beyond.
Each year, Mr. Harper details the best and worst travel experiences from the prior year of travel. Here are the most disappointing travel experiences from 2015.
The Mark offers guests a world-class menu featuring innovative European classics with a hint of global flair.
Explore this irreplaceable, personal travel guide to New York City. From where to stay to what to see, eat and do, New York lends itself to visit after visit.
Hideaway Report editors share recommendations for the best restaurants and places to eat in New York City, especially for first-time visitors to the Big Apple.
These two Midtown Manhattan venues serve commendable cocktails in charming surroundings for a post-theater drink.
Andrew Harper picks his favorite hotels for those wishing to stay in Midtown Manhattan, ideal for visiting the MoMA, The Morgan Library and Carnegie Hall.
Two of the world’s loveliest libraries are a short walk away from most of the main Midtown attractions.
The Theater District does not rank among New York’s top dining destinations, yet it is possible to have a perfectly satisfying meal near a Broadway show.
Andrew Harper points to two shops that offer an impressive collection of New York City theater and Broadway memorabilia and souvenirs.
The Baccarat is a dazzling addition to the somber canyons of Midtown, while The Knickerbocker on Times Square proved a considerable disappointment.
Our GM spent two nights at The Lowell for our "Night in Africa" event, where we partnered with Ghurka to support The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Located directly opposite Carnegie Hall on 57th Street and just three blocks from the Four Seasons, its direct competitor, the new Park Hyatt New York opened on August 19.
On my visit to Ocean House, the drawing on the lunch menu caught my eye. It seemed to be the work of a favorite artist of mine, Ludwig Bemelmans.
Andrew Zimmern, the Travel Channel host, producer and writer, certainly needs no introduction to those familiar with "Bizarre Foods," "Bizarre World" and "Bizarre Foods America."
The 10 cities highlighted here attract visitors not just for their sites, scenery and experiences, but also for their cuisine.
Hotel concierges in four of your favorite U.S. cities pull back the curtain on one of the toughest jobs in the industry, and reveal their top recommendations on area eateries, attractions and activities.
Set in the new Setai hotel on Fifth Avenue, this is the latest offering from chef Michael White. *Ai Fiori* means “among the flowers,” and lavish floral arrangements here add an air of romance and celebration. Look for dishes such as *trofie nero*, Ligurian-style squid’s ink pasta, and outstanding main courses including veal chop with a garnish of sweetbread-stuffed cabbage.