30 Jun 2010 07:13 am

We’ve all heard of trapeze artists dancing high above the ground, but what if your wine steward could do that? At two restaurants, they do.

Dressed in black body suits, the wine stewardesses perform gymnastics while suspended in mid-air. They execute aerial tumbles and flips-all while retrieving bottles of wine ordered by on-looking diners. 



At Aureole in Las Vegas, these aerial wine artists are called “wine angels.” The angels perform and retrieve wine bottles in the restaurant’s 42-foot-tall glass-enclosed wine cellar. To reach the dining room, diners descend stairs that wrap around the “tower,” which holds nearly 10,000 bottles of wine and is built of steel and laminated glass.

Inspired by the movie Mission Impossible, the tower was designed so that wine stewardesses attached to a computerized four-cabled pulley system could retrieve wine bottles. Once strapped in, the angels are lifted up and down the tower’s seven levels.

About nine years later, inspired by Aureole, Chicago steakhouse Texas de Brazil added a similar wine cellar to their new location on the Magnificent Mile.

The cellar at Texas de Brazil is a glass-enclosed 40-foot-tall, two-story wine room with over 1,400 bottles of wine and also features aerial wine artists in black cat suits.

The wine artists at this Windy City locale are able to perform their stunts both vertically and horizontally and control their movement on transparent cables that move by commands from a hand-held controller. Additional safety features, including a safety cable and an emergency off button, have also been installed.

Aerial wine artistry is a rarity, but its style and entertainment value have the ability to turn a good dining experience into an exquisite one.
Mandalay Bay
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV
(702) 632-7401‎
Dinner: 5:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Monday - Sunday)
Lounge: 5:30 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. (Monday - Sunday)

Texas de Brazil
51 East Ohio Street
Chicago, IL

(312) 670-1006
5 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Monday-Thursday)
5 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Friday)
4:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Saturday)
4 p.m. - 9 p.m. (Sunday)

29 Jun 2010 08:56 am

Artisanal cheese implies that a cheese is produced in small batches almost exclusively by hand-a sort of art form rather than a particular science. According to the American Cheese Society, artisanal cheese is deeply rooted in tradition and true artisanal cheese is made with as little mechanization as possible.


There are a wide variety of artisanal cheeses, as they can be made from all types of milk and do occasionally include additional flavorings.

There are seven styles of cheese: soft cheese, semi-soft cheese, soft ripened cheese, semi-hard cheese, hard cheese and blue cheese. Goat cheese, aged cow’s milk cheese, ricotta and a variety of cheddars are among the most popular artisanal cheeses in the United States.

Although many artisanal cheeses were typically produced in Europe, most types of cheeses, including artisanal cheeses, produced in North America have steadily increased in the past decade. According to Jeffrey Roberts, founder of the Vermont Institute for Artisan Cheese and author of The Atlas of American Artisan Cheese, 43 states have artisanal cheese makers, including Hawaii and Alaska.

The result? A wider selection of artisanal cheese has become more readily available to the general public in farmers markets, specialty stores and even supermarkets.  

Stop by one of these locations to sample some of the freshest artisanal cheese in your city.


Pastoral Artisan Cheese Bread & Wine
131 North Clinton Street
(312) 454-2200
10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. (Monday - Friday)
10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (Saturday)

New York:

Artisanal Bistro
2 Park Avenue
(212) 725-8585
Lunch: 11:45 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Monday - Friday)
Dinner: 5 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Tuesday - Saturday)
             5 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Sunday - Monday)
Wine Bar:  Open until Midnight (Monday - Saturday)
                  Open until 11 p.m. (Sunday)
Brunch: 10:30 am - 5 p.m. (Saturday - Sunday)
Bar Menu: After 5 p.m. (Monday - Friday)
                   After 9 p.m. (Saturday - Sunday)

Los Angeles:

12023 Ventura Boulevard
Studio City, CA 91604-2609
(818) 505-0207
10:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. (Monday - Saturday)
 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Sunday)

28 Jun 2010 08:10 am

The Fancy Food Show, hosted by the National Association of Specialty Food Trade, will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City from June 27 to June 29. The show, which has been taking place since 1955, is North America’s largest specialty food and beverage marketplace. It boasts over 180,000 products including everything from confections and snacks to natural, organic produce and foods. With over 24,000 attendees and more than 81 countries represented, the event helps connect entrepreneurs with buyers from small shops as well as big chains.

Over 460 exhibitors in the natural and organic categories are registered to have booths at the show. Sid Wainer & Son, the world leader in specialty foods, has a particularly large selection of fresh produce and cheeses.



New York local Dan Barber, the executive chef and co-owner of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Farms and a prominent figure in the artisan and local food movement, will also make a special appearance at this summer’s show. He will deliver the keynote address at the Fancy Food Show’s award ceremony-a celebration of products that are recognized for excellence in specialty food and beverages in 33 categories.

25 Jun 2010 05:53 am

With the rise of television shows like Top Chef and Iron Chef America, we’ve all seen some pretty interesting things done with food lately. But what’s next? Edible menus? In Chicago, two up-scale restaurants really do hand diner’s edible menus.


945 W Fulton Market
Chicago, Illinois 60607
(312) 491-0058

5 p.m.-10 p.m. (Tues-Thurs)
5 p.m.-11 p.m. (Fri-Sat)

In early 2004, Chef Homaro Cantu opened Moto, a restaurant in Chicago’s West Loop. Cantu quickly established the restaurant as one-of-a-kind with his first two inventions; herb-stuffed silverware to enhance the flavors of a dish and an insulated polymer box that bakes raw fish tableside.

Not long after, Cantu, who does not use any paper in his restaurant for environmental reasons, invented edible menus-a menu that is completely safe for consumption. Cantu uses four lasers, edible paper and
flavored, edible ink to print an ever-changing menu for his diners.

Dishes are American and eclectic. They change frequently, but the current menu includes rabbit maki and pina colada cereal.

1723 N Halsted St
Chicago, IL
(312) 867-0110

5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (Wed-Fri)
5 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (Sat-Sun)

At Alinea, a restaurant in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, fine dining pairs surprisingly well with science. Owner and Chef Grant Achatz uses lasers, liquid nitrogen and ink-jet printers to create his version of the edible menu.

The creativity transcends the edible menus. The unique American menu at Alinea also features dishes named for common foods, but are anything but. Two dishes currently on the full menu are bubble gum (long pepper, hibiscus and crème fraiche) and Lobster (Lychee, gruyere and vanilla fragrance).

24 Jun 2010 08:04 am

For al fresco drinking and dining, few places beat the roof. Be sure to check out one of our favorite rooftop spots this summer for great food and drinks, and even better views.

The Roof
The Wit
201 N. State Street
Chicago, IL
4 p.m. - Midnight (Sun, Mon, Tues.)
4 p.m. - 2 a.m. (Wed.)
2 p.m. - 2 a.m. (Thurs, Fri, Sat.)

Chicago’s new boutique hotel, The Wit, features ROOF, a bar and restaurant perched on the 27th floor. The restaurant features both an indoor and an outdoor space, both with captivating views of Chicago’s skyline. The center space features three bars, a seven-foot tall double-sided fireplace, a wood-burning oven and grand piano in addition to plush lounge chairs and sofas.

Outside guests can drink, eat and mingle in the glow of a roaring fire pit or use a state-of-the-art telescope to star gaze.

ROOF’s menu includes Italian-inspired small plates, a selection of European wines and gourmet cocktails featuring fresh squeezed juices, fruit and herbal infusions.

For those who aren’t afraid of heights, ROOF also features a highly coveted glass-enclosed table for eight situated on a plank extension, suspended 27 floors above the city.

The Penthouse
The Huntley Hotel
1111 Second Street
Santa Monica, CA

Breakfast: 7 a.m. - 11 a.m. (Daily)
Lunch: 11a.m. - 3 p.m. (Daily)
Dinner: 6 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Daily)
Sunday Brunch: 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Happy Hour: 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. (Mon - Fri)

The Penthouse, at the Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, is a restaurant and lounge located on the top floor. Though technically not a on the roof, it is situated 18 stories above the breathtaking California shoreline.


Guests enjoy contemporary cocktails and cuisine in intimate beach cabanas and fireside hangouts that have 360 degree views of Santa Monica, the Pacific Ocean and the cliffs of Malibu.

Executive Chef Seth Greenburg combines seasonal ingredients sourced from the Santa Monica farmers markets with unique ingredients from across the globe to create contemporary American menu with global influences, French and Spanish in particular.

Salon De Ning
The Peninsula Hotel - New York
700 5th Avenue
New York, NY

Daily: 4 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Sunday Brunch: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Salon De Ning, a rooftop restaurant and bar situated atop the Peninsula Hotel in New York, features stunning views of midtown Manhattan and Fifth Avenue.

Both décor and cuisine have Chinese and international influences reflective of 1930’s Shanghai-affectionately known as “the Paris of the East.”

Salon De Ning’s two terraces include daybeds made from carved wood and indoors the black and red space is completed with art hanging upside down from the ceiling. 

In keeping with the Chinese salon theme, Eastern-inspired cocktails like the Ning Sling (mandarin vodka, lychee liqueur, mint, and lychee and passion fruit juices) are served. Hungry? The abbreviated menu, also in keeping with the theme of the restaurant, offers dishes like tea-dusted shrimp and crab and avocado maki.
Salon De Ning only accepts reservations for parties of 15 or more.

23 Jun 2010 08:07 am

1800 N. Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL
(312) 981-7070.

Ever heard of farm-to-table? What about farm-to-bar? One Wednesday of every month, one Chicago restaurant really is going from farm to bar for its diners, because everyone loves a refreshing cocktail-and a free one at that.

This summer, the Lincoln Park locale, Perennial, is pairing with the Green City Market for a very special cocktail series.

On the first Wednesday of each month, Perennial’s mixologist, Benjamin Schiller, will head to the city’s largest farmer’s market to hand-pick the tastiest, fresh ingredients with which he will create lavish cocktails.



Two cocktails, paired with hors d-oeuvres from Executive Chef Ryan Poli, will be served in the restaurant’s parlor room. From 6:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. guests will get a chance to sample both the drinks and the appetizers free of charge.

So, mark July 7 on your calendar now, because just two weeks from now Schiller and Poli will serve up round two.

Guests are asked to RSVP by calling (312) 981-7070.

22 Jun 2010 06:13 am

Summer officially began yesterday and, with new restaurants popping up all over the country, chefs are giving diners plenty of reasons to go out and celebrate the change of the season. Here are two new restaurants on our radar.

Il Matto
281 Church Street
New York, NY 10013

Il Matto, Italian for the “madman,” certainly lives up to its name. This new Italian hotspot in New York City is far from any traditional Italian restaurant. Both the cuisine and the décor have a unique flair that is sure to draw in the crowds.



Chef Matteo Boglione has prepared a menu that includes dishes like pecorino crème brulee, artichoke croquettes and black squid ink gnocchi. To complement these one-of-a-kind meals, Christina Bini, a molecular mixologist, has created a drink menu that may be even more out-of-the-box than the food. The most interesting beverage on the menu? The Pasolini, a sweet drink made of brandy, frangelico, sugar, ricotta cheese and mixed berries.

Il Matto is currently accepting reservations for Monday, June 24 and after.

The Girl and the Goat
809-813 W. Randolph Street
Chicago, IL

“Top Chef” Season 4 winner, Stephanie Izard, is set to open a 145-seat restaurant in the heart of Chicago later this month. Izard is teaming up with partners Rob Katz and Kevin Boehm of Boka Restaurant Group, which includes well-known restaurants like Boka, Landmark and Perennial.

Her “fun and funky” West Loop locale will feature Spanish and Italian inspired shared plates. Izard plans to serve dishes created using local ingredients and a wide selection of charcuterie including house-cured meats. The restaurant will also partner with a winery in Walla Walla, Washington to blend a signature wine.

The restaurant is not yet taking reservations, but an official opening date will be released on Izard’s website when more information becomes available.

21 Jun 2010 08:10 am

The best and freshest organic foods are those grown close to home. Recently, farmers markets have been popping up all over the country, giving consumers the chance to buy produce, grass-fed meats and other natural goodies in an urban setting.

On Mondays this summer, we will feature different farmers, chefs and food items from green markets and, in honor of our first Green Market Mondays post, we have compiled a list of some of our favorite farmers markets throughout the country.


1.    Santa Monica



Arizona Ave & 2nd Street

8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.



Arizona Ave & 3rd Street

8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.



2200 Virginia Avenue

8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.



2640 Main Street

9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Santa Monica offers four farmers markets every week. These markets are known for their wide selection of local and organic vegetables, flowers, breads, cheeses and hundreds of other homemade food items. The markets are often frequented by renowned local chefs who not only give cooking demonstrations, but also shop for their restaurants.


The markets feature live music, pony rides and face painting to entertain shoppers.


The Santa Monica green markets are open year round, rain or shine.


2.    The Green City Market

1790 N. Clark

Chicago, IL


Wednesday and Saturday

7 a.m. - 1 p.m.


The Green City Market is Chicago’s only “green” market, featuring over 60 sustainable or certified organic farmers. The market sells everything from fresh produce to homemade honey to elk meat.


The market also regularly features cooking demonstrations by renowned local chefs and educational programs for both children and adults.


The Green City Market is also Chicago’s only year-round farmers market. The market’s outdoor season runs from May 12 through October 30 every Wednesday and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The indoor season runs from November through April.

3.  Union Square Green Market
Union Square West (from 15th to 17th streets, Broadway to Park Avenue south)
New York, NY

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

The Union Square Green Market, New York City’s first green market, brings homegrown goods to the big city. At the market, consumers can buy fresh produce, cheese, jams and meat. All of the fare is local and most is organic or naturally-grown.

Most vendors also take advance special orders for produce, fish and even chicken hearts. As an added bonus, some farmers at the market donate unsold produce to City Harvest, an organization that distributes food to soup kitchens and food pantries throughout the city.

The market is open throughout the year on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

4.  Molto Vegas Farmers Market
7485 Dean Martin Drive Suite #106
Las Vegas, NV

10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Chefs Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich created the Molto Vegas Farmers market to bring fresh and aesthetically pleasing produce to Las Vegas chefs.

The market, originally restricted to chefs, is now open to the public and both residents and tourists can purchase a variety of unique homegrown products like rhubarb, white raspberries and purple artichokes.

The Molto Vegas Farmers Market is held every Thursday on Dean Martin Drive. Chef selection begins at 10 a.m. and the general public is invited to enter the market an hour later, at 11 a.m.

18 Jun 2010 07:45 am

Still haven’t gotten Dad anything for father’s day? We’ve got a few last minute suggestions that your Dad will love.

11 East Walton Street
Chicago, IL
(312) 646-1400

June 20: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

If Dad has a need for speed, take him to Balsan for brunch and a chance to get behind the wheel of one of BMW’s latest models. Your Dad will enjoy a special three-course brunch and receive a gift certificate good for “A Sip and a Shave,” which includes a drink at the Elysian Hotel’s Bernard’s Bar and a shave in the Men’s Atelier at the hotel spa.

The three-course menu will be served from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Father’s Day, June 20, for $38 per guest.

Guests begin with small plate selections like smoked sockeye salmon and homemade doughnuts with strawberry preserves. Larger plates include French toast with blueberry maple syrup and steak and eggs with potato puree and arugula. Dessert choices are wood-fired roasted peach with sable cookie and sabayon, blueberry clafoutis, or a chocolate tart with salted peanuts.

The highlight of the morning? Snapping a photo of Dad taking a seat in one of five new cars: the 2011 5 series, the M car, the BMW Hybrid, the 550 Gran Turismo or the 760 Li-all of which will be on display in the hotel courtyard throughout the day.

Union Square Café
21 East 16th Street
New York, NY

June 19: 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Does Dad love to grill? Why not give him a day off from the grill and show him some love by cooking him a delicious burger?


On Saturday, June 19, join Chef Carmen Quagliata and learn how to grill a burger your Dad is sure to die for. Chef Quagliata will show guests how to take the fine tune the classic burger with an array of carefully selected toppings and condiments.

The workshop begins at 8:30 a.m. and will end by 10:30 a.m. The meeting costs $35 per child plus two cans of food, which will be distributed to City Harvest. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Space is very limited, so don’t wait to reserve your spot!

Hire a Chef

For a twist on the ultimate Father’s Day dinner, why not bring the gourmet to your foodie father in the comfort of his own home? Dad can sit back and relax while a private chef cooks him up a meal tailored to his specific tastes.

Many private chefs also offer fun in-home cooking classes that could be a hoot for the whole family.

Private chefs are available all over the country to help you plan, shop for, cook and clean up the perfect Father’s Day dinner.  Here are some that we’ve found.

New York:
Feast Class
(718) 669-4847

Los Angeles:
Divoon Dining
(310) 663-8188

Chef Daniel

17 Jun 2010 06:55 am

The Food Network’s new show Cupcake Wars has proven to be a hit and, here at Travels in Taste, we’ve started our own cupcake war, because who doesn’t love a good cupcake? Check out these four cupcake hot spots that we think take the cake!

  • 1. Botero
    3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S.,
    Las Vegas, NV
    (702) 770-53105:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Sunday - Thursday)
    5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Friday - Saturday)
    11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Friday - Sunday)Botero’s pastry chef, Patrick Florendo, has put a playful touch on childhood classics while maintaining the restaurant’s air of elegance and sophistication. One standout? His ice cream cupcakes.This to-die-for desert features five mini “cupcakes,” each one made of a uniquely flavored cake with a dollop of ice cream.”Those little dips of ice cream are made on the anti griddle. Patrick takes all these different flavors of anglaises and freezes them on the anti griddles. It’s kind of cool. We wanted to do a fun dessert and cupcakes are kind of the things these days, right?” Chef LoRusso said.

    Cupcake flavors include mint chocolate chip, banana, strawberry, lemon and, of course, vanilla.



  • 2. Sweet Surrender
    The Palazzo
    3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South
    Las Vegas, NV
    702-607-075310 a.m. - 10 p.m (Sunday - Thursday)
    10 a.m. - Midnight (Friday - Saturday)Sweet Surrender, the Palazzo’s cupcake and candy store, features a treat for only the most passionate cupcake lover: the $750 Decadence D’Or.Decadence D’Or is handcrafted from the most exclusive, rich, and enterprising ingredients around the globe. Ingredients include Palmira Single Estate Chocolate, a chocolate derived from the rare and fragile Porcelana Criollo bean, and Tahitian Gold Vanilla Caviar, a fruit, ripened for nine months, then hand-harvested, cured, sweat, dried, and hand-split, is obtained only by tedious manual extraction. Topping the Decadence D’Or is Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac and hand-placed edible, metallic gold flakes. Once baked to perfection, this grand dessert is encased in a stately, hand blown sugar Fleur-de-Lis and presented on a handmade exclusive elegant crackled-gold glass curved plate and bowl.In addition Sweet Surrender carries: Red Velvet, Lemon Strawberry, Chocolate Ganache, Carrot, Black Forest, Strawberry, Coconut and Chocolate Fudge cupcakes.


  • 3. More
    1 East Delaware Place
    Chicago, IL
    312-951-00018 a.m. - 8 p.m. (Tuesday - Friday)
    9 a.m. - 8 p.m. (Saturday)
    10 a.m. -6 p.m. (Sunday)More, a popular Chicago bakery on Delaware Place, offers 51 flavors on its full menu (not all are offered daily).Modernized display cases hold the cupcakes under a white aura of light that practically screams “eat me,” but the cupcakes are so perfectly handcrafted that it almost looks like an art exhibit.Although More has a plethora of unique flavors like Bacon Maple and Goat Cheese Basil, the crowd favorite is s’mores, a chocolate cupcake with a marshmallow center and a cinnamon/honey butter cream frosting.

    On Friday afternoons, Chicagoans head over to More for the tastiest “happy hour” in town. From 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. More offers cocktails, cupcake cocktails that is, with free bite-sized cupcakes in spirited flavors like margarita and cuba libre.

    If you don’t live in the Chicago area, not to worry because the bakery delivers both locally and nationally-bringing More cupcakes to everyone.

  • 4. Spankys
    Available every Sunday at the Las Olas Boulevard Market or by phone/e-mail
    Phone: 954.826.1392
    E-mail:spankys@spankyscupcakes.com If you consider carrot cake a vegetable, then you’ll definitely want to check out Spanky’s Cupcakes at the Las Olas Boulevard Green Market in Fort Lauderdale.S panky’s chef, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, uses only fresh eggs and sweet cream butter from local dairy farms, Scharffen Berger chocolate, and Nielsen-Massey pure Madagascar Bourbon vanilla.Spanky’s Cupcakes is new to Fort Lauderdale, and so far there is no store-just a stand at the Las Olas Boulevard Green Market. If you don’t catch them at the green market, you can call and order your Cupcakesover the phone.Spanky’s delivers to folks in the Fort Lauderdale area, so no need to deny yourself. But, with flavors like key lime, guava and double choco cupcake-chocolate cake, chocolate frosting and chocolate chips-how could you really even think about saying no?

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