Here are eleven restaurants around the world that are almost impossible to get into. In addition, the inside scoop on the best ways to go about snagging one of these reservations.
An interview with René Redzepi -- chef at Copenhagen's Noma which was voted the best restaurant in the world -- outside of Wylie Dufresne's restaurant wd~50.
An interview with René Redzepi of the restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Video of New York City's Del Posto entire process behind a spaghetti with Dungeness crab dish. It employs, among other things, stop-motion animation, split screens, black lights, and time-lapse photography.
A video exploring the science and technology employed by craft chocolate makers, Mast Brothers.
An iPad menu designed to fully replace the hard-copy multi-page laminated sushi menus commonly found in izakayas in Japan.
A piece from Swallow Magazine about preparing and eating marmots in the wilds of Mongolia. And marmots? And marmots.
At the Brooklyn Museum's annual Brooklyn Ball, food artist/caterer Jennifer Rubell presented "Icons," a participatory performance art and dinner gala.
At a shabu-shabu/BBQ restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, patrons order via touchscreen and food is served by a dancing samurai waiter robot.