The following is a love letter I wrote to the city of New Orleans for Get Lost Magazine. At the moment, NoLA is getting hit pretty hard with COVID and besides my hometown of NYC, it's one of the worst places affected. My heart goes out to everyone, especially the vibrant, loving, passionate people that makes... Continue Reading →
Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia, a predominantly Muslim country, and therefore you wouldn't think their drinking culture would be so on point with this epic smoky Negroni that I found at Beer Hall. Well it is. https://youtu.be/POU_IEQtXU4 First, Beer Hallis a pretty amazing space, voluminous, modern with a solid menu and as you can... Continue Reading →
Without question one of the best trips I've ever taken, deep into the Peruvian Amazonian Rainforest, to the exquisite Tambopata Research Center.
Thanks For an Epic Year! Here's a short recap of 2019, aimed to please. Take a peek and looking forward to making more magic with you this year! Much love, Roberto Serrini - http://www.robertoserrini.com
Reykjavik's hidden secret is Omnom Chocolate, who produces perhaps the world's best, offering tours, and samples, for intrepid travelers looking for something unique to do in Iceland.
https://youtu.be/Y_iWQIBsH5Y You want to talk about epic trips? This was one of them ... cruising around for 10 days aboard the crazy Aranui 5 through some of the most remote, beautiful, idyllic islands of French Polynesia was an adventure and a treat. And this party the last night aboard was the bomb. A feast unlike... Continue Reading →
This was a trip for the books ... Get Lost Magazine sent me to Tahiti to cruise with the legendary Aranui to the remote Polynesian Marquesas islands. What's so special about the Aranui is that it's half cargo ship, half luxury liner, the only boat of its kind. That's how they are able to bring... Continue Reading →
Many claim to have the oldest bar in New York City, but here is what I think are definitively the 5 oldest still operating in town. PJ Clarke's, Bridge Cafe (R.I.P.), Fraunces Tavern, Pete's Tavern, & McSorley's are undeniably ancient watering holes where you can literally sit and drink in the history of New York.... Continue Reading →
One of the most incredible trips I've ever taken was aboard the Academik Iofffe with One Ocean Expeditions. The ship is a Russian research vessel, that for a short period in the summer, takes on a few civilians to journey through the famed NorthWest Passage. Aboard a crew of specialist ranging from glaciologists, environmentalist, to... Continue Reading →
Madrid is an ancient city with a rich, complex history which can easily be tasted in its cuisine. Moorish influences rounded out by mediterranean sensibilities, flavored with a bit of panache from Gaul, Madrid has a cosmopolitan palate to suit any taste. https://youtu.be/C07ET2bu--U My first stop was the Mercado de San Miguel, which is classified... Continue Reading →