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The lovers’ holiday is upon us, and what better time for a romantic dinner out? The Food Channel sets the mood by featuring some of our favorite places to dine with one’s sweetheart. Among our romantic recommendations are the Valentine’s package at the Moonrise Hotel and adjoining Eclipse Restaurant in St. Louis; the DUO Restaurant and Lounge in New York (with an affordable NYC Valentine’s Day Menu); the Odyssey and the Spirit of Chicago offer Valentine’s dinner cruises off Chicago’s Navy Pier; or how about a Valentine’s visit with the famous ducks at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis? We offer all the particulars in our “Escapes” feature story.
Mad Men Mixology...and more
We are simply mad over this new cookbook inspired by the hit TV series “Mad Men,” gearing up for its fifth season which premieres next month on AMC. The saga of Don Draper and his ‘60’s-era advertising colleagues features a lot of drinking, to be sure, but The “Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook” is filled with both classic cocktail and food recipes. If you’re at all nostalgic for the elegance of that era, you’re going to want to check out our review of the book, which we describe as “a mix of history and culture, as reflected in the food and people of those times.”
“Dine Like a Mad Man” Sweepstakes
Be sure to enter the “Dine Like a Mad Man Sweepstakes,” with more than $1,200 in prizes, including dinners at some of New York’s finest restaurants. Click here to learn how to enter.
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