The Spanish tapas and casserole café has only one squarish dining room, but the focus is a roaring fire in a hearth that looks like it might have been ripped from an estate somewhere up in Connecticut. More about La Casa Fox here.
This week, we profiled a hallucinogen called ibogaine that has helped addicts kick heroin, meth, and everything in between. It's illegal in America, but Pangea Biomedics operates across the border in Tijunia. Take a tour of the facility.
Of all the places in town making the laughable assertion that they're re-creating "the true pie of Naples," Donatella Arpaia's new homonymous restaurant comes closest. Read Robert Sietsema's full review of Donatella.
On almost any given night at Peels, the two-story restaurant is as crowded as a house party after finals—a jostling, buzzy scene where you might get awkwardly chatted up by a guy brandishing a beer or take an accidental ponytail-to-the-face from a long-legged girl. Read Sarah DiGregorio's full...