Vermont inns, verdant landscapes and farm-to-table cuisine lend much to the character of the state, the very embodiment of an idealized New England.
On my most recent trip, I stayed at three contrasting San Francisco hotels, each of which provided an authentic sense of place.
Andrew Harper reviews four new San Francisco restaurants with innovative cuisine featuring locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.
SFMOMA features a fresh, cutting-edge design and houses a vast collection of creative contemporary works in all mediums.
For food and food-related goods, culinary experts, locals and tourists alike head to the Marketplace on the ground floor of the Ferry Building.
Mr. Harper details five of his favorite one-of-a-kind boutique shops that offer locally made products from a recent trip to San Francisco, California.
The contemporary art scene in San Francisco is burgeoning. Here, Mr. Harper details his favorite galleries in the city.
The northern neighborhoods of San Francisco offer a wealth of sights and activities. Our proposed walking itinerary takes in all the highlights.
As with wineries and distilleries, artisan cheeses are best appreciated where they are made. We enjoyed seeking out local Vermont dairies on our trip.
In addition to the new properties I discovered on my recent trip to Vermont, I heartily recommend these three Harper Classics resorts and inns.
A celebration of American folk art, the Shelburne Museum is a "collection of collections" displayed in 39 buildings on 45 acres in the hills of Vermont.
From Hen of the Woods to Doc Ponds, six Vermont restaurants have made a name for themselves by creating inventive menus featuring locally sourced ingredients.
The entrepreneurial impulse to create artisanal products is strong in Vermont. The state currently has 19 distilleries in operation.
The American Museum of Fly Fishing, in Manchester, Vermont, collects, conserves and exhibits the largest group of angling-related items in the world.
A road trip through New England is one of the great American travel experiences. On this occasion, I decided to concentrate on Vermont.
For an astonishing eight years in a row, the Post Ranch Inn atop Big Sur was voted your No. 1 U.S. Hideaway. This year it was finally dethroned to number two.