WSJ. Magazine - Food

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Making an Alpine ski getaway? A flurry of new and renovated hotels make their debut in the French Alps this winter.

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A new class of elevated, booze-free “spirits” have tasting notes, pedigrees and prices as hefty as the real thing. Inside the Dry January–fueled rise of boutique drinks like Seedlip, Kin and Proteau

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It creates trust and connection when you select a wine, says Aldo Sohm, wine director at Eric Ripert’s Le Bernardin, who’s out with a surprising new book of tips this week.

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Forget the Frenchie toque and starched apron. One chef is making chef jumpsuits—part of a suite of new collaborations in the fashion-meets-culinary space

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Furnishing the high teas at Claridge’s in London and other five-star dining rooms, the Rare Tea Company started 15 years ago in Henrietta Lovell’s apartment. Inside their origin story (and the best teas they make)

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Michelin-starred American chef Christopher Kostow has been challenged to put Shenzhen, China, on the global culinary map. But first he has to learn how the locals take their soup

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Chef Sota Atsumi, just 33, has been the culinary phenom behind one of Paris’s toughest tables. Now he’s left Clown Bar to open a place of his own: the Japanese-accented Maison

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Two of the city’s most beloved restaurateurs are adding to their empire with a combination wine shop and bar. A day in the life of Wildair chefs Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske Valtierra

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To bring one of Victor Hugo’s favorite haunts back to life, new owners Benjamin Patou, of French hospitality group Moma, and LVMH’s Antoine Arnault brought in 18th century chandeliers and lots of new inspirations