Conde Nast Traveler Includes Alden & Harlow, Oleana Among Its Picks for World's Greatest Restaurants
A travel magazine has come out with its picks for the world's greatest restaurants, and a couple of dining spots in Cambridge have made the list.
A recent article on 207 of the greatest restaurants in the world shows that Conde Nast Traveler has included Oleana and Alden & Harlow among the best, with travel and food writer Peter Jon Lindberg saying of the former, "Long before Zahav in Philly, chef Ana Sortun was introducing North African, Middle Eastern, and Turkish spices, herbs, and techniques to American fine dining," and travel writer Sarah Khan saying of the latter, "The quickly sold-out burger is the thing to get." Three other New England restaurants made the list, including Proprietors in Nantucket, Eventide Oyster Co. in Portland, ME, and Hen of the Wood in Waterbury, VT.
For a complete list of the restaurants picked by Conde Nast Traveler, please go to the following link:
Where in the World to Eat
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