L’Espalier: A Boston Favorite

By Lisa Loverro This classically inspired restaurant is one of Boston’s finest, serving sophisticated and modern New England-French cuisine with an emphasis on artisanal and New England ingredients. Located in the heart of the very fashionable Back Bay, L’Espalier is adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Boylston Street and just one block from the…

Regal Kennebunkport

By Jennifer Pelaez Nearly as large as the rest of the New England states put together, Maine is known for its spectacularly scenic vistas and a variety of landscapes showcasing its grandeur and natural beauty, from rocky coastlines to picturesque sandy beaches, to islands of pastoral country surrounded by forest. With more coastline than California,…

The K Club Golfing in Ireland

By Joe Alexander Justin Timberlake and Sean Connery are both fans of Ireland’s K Club and its two championship golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer. The Smurfit Course, which hosted the European Open for three years, and The Palmer Course, which was Ireland’s first Ryder Cup venue, are both among Europe’s most challenging courses. President…

Florida’s Sweet Spot

By Hillary Latos Though Ft Lauderdale has long been associated with Spring Breakers, there is much more to this sunny destination extending beyond the beach and sun. As a favorite destination for Northeast snowbirds looking to ditch arctic subzero weather for summer weather, there’s no better excuse to head South this spring to the oceanfront…

A Hotel Gem In Cancun

By Lisa Loverro If you’ve never thought about visiting Cancun, think again. This very popular tourist destination has come a long way from its days of “spring break” paradise. In fact, Cancun has grown into a very sophisticated resort spot for every type of holiday from the perfect honeymoon to a family reunion and friend’s…