Visiting the Louvre in Paris or the Met in New York is on every aesthete’s bucket list. But some masterpieces can be found tucked away in smaller locales filled with one-of-a-kind museums, festivals, and murals. We’ve rounded up six underrated art destinations in the U.S. that prove it. From Baltimore to Tucson and everywhere in between, here's where you’ll find the world’s biggest Matisse collection, a museum dedicated to antique musical instruments, and the first gallery honoring the American Arts and Crafts movement.
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Posts from January 2022
While many restaurants shut down due to the pandemic across the country, chefs, restaurateurs, and investors in North and South Carolina are replacing the shuttered storefronts with new restaurants and bars at an increasing pace. As always, Eater is obsessively tracking the progression of all the premiers — from menu releases to newly installed signage, come here for the latest updates. This list encapsulates the places garnering excitement in 2022.
From Mexico to Greece, plant-centric hotels, restaurants and tours are proliferating.
Americans have always taken their coffee culture very seriously, but caffeine no longer serves solely as a way of waking up in the morning. Craft coffee shops are brewing in urban areas across the country, spurring creativity from within and offering community gathering spaces to meet, work, or just enjoy a well-made caffeinated beverage to-go. From a city that was known for the most famous tea party in history (before it turned to coffee) to a city that “never sleeps” (so of course, it needs an ample supply of caffeine)—here is a lineup of some of the best coffee destinations in the U.S.