At Amada in New York City, Nacho Monclus’ egalitarian style gives drinkers plenty of choice.
And where there’s big meat, there’s big wine – and at celebrity chef Michael Symon's Roast in Detroit, there's plenty of Ribera del Duero and Rueda.
The Bazaar by José Andrés is kind of like Willy Wonka (Mr. Andrés, in this case) meets a tapas restaurant, and Rachel Macalisang is the wine brains.
During his recent historic visit to Cuba, President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle and their two daughters (and security gaggle) surprised a Havana restaurant owner by dropping in unannounced for some authentic Cuban food ... and paired it with a Ribera del Duero wine.
Caracol isn’t your typical Mexican restaurant – or at least what most would conjure up in their imagination when thinking of a Mexican restaurant.
Underbelly is helping fuel the dining scene by putting a Vietnamese, Korean and Asian twist on Texas standbys.
Your holiday gift list may be long, but your shopping can be solved in one lovable four-letter word: wine.
What does it take to set yourself apart in the wine world? For Emilio Moro, it's equal parts history, quality and philanthropy.