Being on the road means a lot of eating out -- and even a lot of stress. Check out these places to unwind, grab some food or both.
Reminiscent of the days when "clubs" served as a home away from home for businessmen, Truefitt & Hill's original London location boasts Charles Dickens and Winston Churchill as past clients. › Read more
Intelligentsia Coffee brews individual servings through a drip right in front of you, so you know you're never getting a bottom-of-the-pot cup. › Read more
Looking for some culture and a bite to eat far above the bustling sidewalks of Manhattan? The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Roof Garden Café is a peaceful respite overlooking Central Park. › Read more
Located within a two-minute stroll of the White House, this Pennsylvania Avenue sandwich spot tends to be crowded during lunch hour, and with good reason. › Read more
The latest restaurant from award-winning restaurateur Danny Meyer, this Roman-style trattoria is located just south of midtown in the Gramercy Park Hotel. › Read more
A modern steakhouse with a French bistro vibe, BLT Steak serves up regional specials and parmesan-flavored gnocchi alongside Rib Eye and onion rings. › Read more
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