In the July/August issue of Business Traveler USA you can read about the city of Chicago’s trendy food scene, for starters. The cover story looks into the “City of Big Shoulders,” so named as it was where to find the finest cuts of steak, to show how culinary tastes have evolved over the century to make Chicago an eclectic town for top shelf dining – but not forgetting Gold Coast Dogs and deep dish pizza.
The magazine also looks at how Copenhagen remains a model of “the good life;” how technology is breaking the language barrier through simple to use gadgets; how best to spend four hours in Macau or several days in Bogota; how to navigate the new international airport in Istanbul; and how some airlines are designing noteworthy cocktail lounges into their premium cabins. Similarly, big brand hotels are finding ways to turn their lobbies and public areas into casual and comely social hubs.
If you want to learn about where to vacation in Thailand on your own (practically) private island, read on. If you want to see how women at the top of their game are leading ways to social change then you will like our up close and personal profile of Celebrity Cruises’ CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo.
The magazine also gives insight into business class seat experiences, hotel stays and amenities, and premier airport lounges in its Tried & Tested reviews. Click here to subscribe, or read some of the stories online in our magazine space at the bottom.