One man's Murder, She Wrote pilgrimage to the real life Cabot Cove
London's unusual and exciting new bookshops
"I simply don't understand the adulation directed towards Barrafina..."
Why I just don't like Osteria Francescana as much as everyone else
Deborah Charles on how Fellini reinvented Rome: "After the austerity of fascism and rationing, La Dolce Vita was sexy, glamorous and magnificent"
"These miniatures are less doll’s house than haunted house"
"I went to Gordon Ramsay’s house to photograph his dog for Tatler once. Even he couldn’t quite believe it was happening"
"I have long straight hair and my mother decreed I looked better with curls: so I slept in rollers, sharpened barbs in their cylinders for traction"
Roka’s Shochu Lounge in Fitzrovia has an artful, extravagant alternative to Happy Hour – a 180 minute kaiseki cocktail pairing menu
"Heavy industry departed a long time ago, and most Glaswegians regard it as a commuter rat run en route to somewhere more interesting. A tad unfair TBH"
"What a delightful sight I thought, even the animals get the royal treatment here. Except… the trail of crumbs led down to the hidden place where our champagne was coming from"
A new novel from the onetime bad girl of American letters is disarmingly big-hearted, empathetic and moving – and haunted by past fictions
"The most dreaded question you can ask at 10AM on a Saturday morning: 'Where are we going for brunch?'"
"The suites are jaw dropping, with dressing rooms, a private treatment room, a private gym, a conservatory (my favourite) and a SURVEILLANCE room. Perfect for the paranoid UHNW traveller, or the tech-savvy voyeur"
"The pool bar, with staff seemingly more interested in discussing the previous night’s conquests and human resources gossip than serving us straight away"
"Marc Newson’s Skybed is a rare opportunity to enjoy a design classic at 30,000 feet - but certain details on the flight I took could have used some tuning up "
"This twilight zone of carbs and stupidity is typically an expensive, expansive run of ordinary sandwiches cut into small triangles"
"Here's the problem with champagne (I'm just going to come right out and say it): most of it isn't very good"
"Stepping into the place is like stepping into a finely crafted version of The Great Gatsby, only without the death and the boats"
"One thing that I try and lay my eyes on every time I visit the Southbank is the old NFT sign. It is such a thing of beauty it’s all I can do not to clamber up and unscrew the thing and take it home"
Italian gallerist Nina Yashar brings a pop-up project to London for summer 2016 – Pippa Brooks makes herself at home
Neil Stewart reviews Grant Achatz's radical reopened Alinea in Chicago
"Growing up in the archetypal Irish family home in the 1970s, I despised most food that wasn’t from our favourite fish and chip shop"
In the age of acid rain, mass tourism and terrorism, should we be making facsimile backups of the world's treasures?
51 floors up, the sky is the limit: "We are making memories here, people!!!"
Sam and Sam Clark have opened a Morito on Hackney Road. George Reynolds loves all things Moro, so why won't he be going back?
"Watching this sort of film in 2016 is a question of how much of your curate's egg you can stomach being revolting before you throw up"
" I stepped out on to my little balcony several times to view the water and distant mountains, and not once was the air like milk. Not even the condensed stuff, which I like"
A bewildering hour from San Sebastian, Asador Etxebarri has acquired near mythical status as the best grill restaurant in the world
"If the food is from 2016, and the décor is from the 1990s, the service is dialled in from the 1970s"
"On one occasion my passport was thrown back at me because I hadn’t held it open at the correct page: I was sent to the end of the queue"