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Eat around Atlanta with Chef Fuyuhiko ItoUmi is arguably Atlanta’s best sushi spot, and at the helm of this swanky, dimly lit Buckhead sushi house is Tokyo-born chef and partner Fuyuhiko Ito. With more than three decades of culinary credentials under his belt, we couldn’t think of anyone better to give us the lowdown on where to eat, drink and be merry in Atlanta.

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New York Hotels: Stunning bars worth checking in for

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New York’s cocktail scene continues to boom, but if you choose your hotel carefully you won’t even need to step outside to experience it. Here’s the lowdown on three of our favourite hotel bars in Manhattan.

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Underground LAThe glitz, gloss and glamour of Hollywood is all very well, but to find the real Los Angeles you have to scratch beneath the surface, open unmarked doors and wander down unassuming alleyways. From hidden boozers to secret rooftop gardens and a network of tunnels used during Prohibition, here’s how to see underground LA.

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Free things to do in AustinSet in the heart of Texas, Austin is known for its world-class music, film and cultural attractions. But you don’t have to flash the cash in order to experience the best of this buzzing city. From free festivals and museums to hiking trails and biking tracks, Austin offers plenty to do for those on a budget. Take a look at our guide to the best free things to do in Austin on your next trip.

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Where to go for brunch in New OrleansBrunch is popular all over the world, but few cities can claim to do it quite like New Orleans. From bottomless mimosas to foot-tapping jazz bands, the city has plenty to offer of a morning, so here’s our guide to the best places to go for brunch in New Orleans.

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On business in PortlandThe green accolades Portland amasses annually could fill a recycling centre. A first time business visitor might assume all this green focus means higher visitor costs, but MAX, the World-Class transit system, alternative meeting spaces, and an absence of state sales tax combine to keep budgets in check. Here’s how to get the best out of being on business in Portland.

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