Contributors / Josh Fehnert

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If you build it, they will come

From how to create a welcoming lobby with just the right amount of hubbub to who to hire to tend your kitchen, here is our advice for budding hoteliers looking to create a spot that is welcoming for both locals and out-of…

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The Principal

With its imposing 19th-century architecture, madcap marble interior, tasteful public areas and lively restaurants and bars, The Principal feels far more mature than most London openings of late. We book in and get a taste…

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Happy returns

Buffets might seem a little passé but we celebrate three elevating the art in Lisbon, Hong Kong and San Francisco.

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The Monocle Restaurant Awards

There’s plenty to be written about novel restaurants and fresh chefs and we celebrate them most months in Monocle. But what of the neighbourhood spots that have catered for us for years, or those special openings with the…

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Rooms for improvement

Is there such a thing as a perfect restaurant? No – all sorts of elements add to the mix. That said, our favourite establishments share some confident design-minded details. Here are a few rules of thumb for making resta…

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Open season

Wondering where to eat this summer? Here we explore an impressive band of global openings and meet the roving restaurateurs behind them, including the Sydney cyclist peddling pies from the back of his bicycle and the Umb…

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Takeaways to consider

The conclusions we drew while on the road researching our inaugural ‘Drinking & Dining Directory’.

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The right mix

How to start your own food or drink business: come up with a recipe, find the ingredients, get yourself in the kitchen and voilà. Here are three delectable examples.

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Hidden gem

The siblings behind The Palomar and The Barbary in London have transformed a derelict 18th-century pub into a moody watering hole, restaurant and cocktail bar.

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On the town

This lauded and listed 150-year-old French staple has been revived as a restaurant, champagne bar and hotel by Soho House & Co. Come and join us on a tour of kettner’s townhouse.

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Ralph Steadman

As the ink-spattered architect of Gonzo journalism and Hunter S Thompson’s co-conspirator, Steadman’s inimitable illustration style is known the world over. Here he talks bomb-shelter dining, Donald Trump and the unceasing…

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A taste of things to come

Josh Fehnert reporting on future food: We’re more aware than ever of what we eat but have a tendency to think all too faddishly about it. Remember, our basic human needs haven’t required an overhaul, beyond a little mode…

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Perfect setting

Laying on a spread this Christmas? Luminaries from the worlds of design, hospitality and diplomacy reveal what makes a terrific table.

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Stocking fillers

We shine a light on a few fine gifts for even the fussiest of friends and family, from books to toys, cheese to pots, and pans to preserves.

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The list: dog's life

It’s the little things that make all the difference to your pooch so show them you care with our selection of goodies.

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