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Pretend you're living in the 19th century at The Soniat House in the French Quarter.

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I haven’t been back in ten years (can it be that long?), but I made it this summer. ....
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Pretend you're living in the 19th century at The Soniat House in the French Quarter.....
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New Orleanians are fiercely loyal to their favorite restaurants and my family is, too.....
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Most folks go to New Orleans for food or music (or both), but there’s lots more to the city.....
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My poor husband often gets an earful about the challenges I face (I mean, really, he’s diagnosing cancer and I’m writing A VERY IMPORTANT BLOG). ....
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I haven’t been back in ten years (can it be that long?), but I made it this summer. ....
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While Montauk shopping pales in comparison to the schmancy boutiques of Easthampton, it's appropriately quirky. ....
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We headed to The W Retreat and Spa on Vieques, a teeny isle off Puerto Rico. ....
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I got to zip off to Arkansas for my father's art opening. Alice Walton, the visionary daughter of Sam (Walmart) Walton, has created our very own Bilbao on the edge of the Ozark Mountains in Bentonville. ....
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My voyage to Montauk had an ulterior motive: a stop at Ruby Beets in Sag Harbor, an antique and contemporary furnishings shop I’ve been ogling on the internet for years.....
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A bit of a task to find (through a small industrial area, over the train tracks, bang a right at the beach, continue through the Port Royal Co-op parking lot), but oh, so worth it!....
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While surfing the net looking for a place to stay in Montauk, I stumbled on Ruschmeyer's and discovered to my delight that our very own Greg McCarty had landed here as executive chef.....
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Montauk is cold. And foggy. But no matter, I'm at Ruschmeyers where there is plenty to do.....
Naoe
Last time we were in Miami, I couldn't snag a reservation at NAOE, one of the best Japanese restaurants in the country. Lucky us—this time we got in for the 9:30 seating.....
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Yup, that's me, clinging desperately to the two-story climbing wall. My irksomely cheerful instructor swore he'd get me to the top of the rock, and despite my acrophobia, he was right.....
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I've slipped away to recharge at Canyon Ranch in Lenox a few times and the experience is transformative. Hours of exercise, mind-bending seminars, even acupuncture, work wonders! ....
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In my previous life, as buyer for Glee, Debbie Katz's easy crinkle cotton clothing in happy colors was a summer staple.....
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The co-owner of 8 oz. Burger Bar said Casa Tua was the most beautiful restaurant in the world. Who could resist that recommendation? ....
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The owner is Govind Armstrong of Top Chef fame, and the 8 oz. house blend burger is a mix of sirloin, tri-tip, short rib and chuck cured in a Himalayan salt-tiled locker.....
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This I can say with certainty: I was the only woman poolside at the Standard in a Miracle Suit. My friend Newt told me it was "chill" and "naked" and he was right. ....

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