All posts by Hilary Sheinbaum

Hilary Sheinbaum is a NYC-based writer. She has contributed to dozens of publications including USA TODAY, Marie Claire magazine,, The Village Voice, amNew York, and, covering food and beverage, fitness, love, fashion and many other topics. Growing up in South Florida, Hilary realized her passions for writing, community service, pop culture, and ice cream. In addition to interviewing personalities, she very much enjoys eating, utilizing her gym membership, and sleeping. She strives to have a healthier relationship with her iPhone and eventually own a teacup Maltese named Godzilla.
Car rental, Maven

Car rental isn’t the most exciting part of any vacation (let’s face it, it can be stressful). Enter: GM’s MAVEN, an app-based car sharing service which has made commuting a lot easier. If you’ve heard of other car rental apps, like Zipcar, you’ll be happy to know MAVEN has a... Read More

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli
Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

Celeb Chef Alex Guarnaschelli is often recognized from her appearances on Chopped and Iron Chef America. She’s also the executive chef at Butter Restaurant in New York City. When Guarnaschelli isn’t in the kitchen or living it up in the Big Apple, she’s traveling. Read on for our one-on-one with the culinary rockstar. ShermansTravel: Where is... Read More

Gourdoughs Public House in Austin, Texas
The Saussy Cock at Gourdoughs Public House/Jeremy Jacobowitz

Texas cuisine is frequently boiled down to barbecue and Tex-Mex, but the fare served in the Lone Star State stretches far beyond tacos and ribs. In Austin, restaurants are destinations themselves. Here are some of our top picks. Breakfast Café No Se Whether you’re sitting down to dine in the rustic-modern dining room... Read More

Guestroom at Loews Boston Hotel in Massachusetts
Guestroom/Loews Boston Hotel

Boston is known for (more than) a few things: Italian food, seafood, an impressive number of colleges and universities, and a baseball team with a dedicated fan base. Oh, and a ton of American history. So naturally, there are a variety of places to stay. To accomplish a good... Read More

Chris Leamy
Chris Leamy/Shervin Lainez

Every New Yorker seems to have an opinion on the best local place to eat, shop, and party — and no matter who you ask, you’ll likely get a different answer. With almost unlimited options for all of the above, it can be overwhelming to plan…especially if you want an authentic... Read More

Chef Marc Forgione

Marc Forgione could use a vacation. But not for the reason you might think. Though the Michelin Star chef and partner at LDV Hospitality is certainly busy — he just opened his second New York outpost of American Cut and is already planning to open another, in Atlanta — Forgione says travel is crucial to his creative process.... Read More

Harborview room at InterContinental Hong Kong
Harborview room/InterContinental Hong Kong

When it comes to most metropolitan areas, hotels are in abundance. This proves true for a destination like Hong Kong, where extravagant accommodations are located throughout the city. But the InterContinental Hong Kong in Kowloon, offers respite and relaxation from the bustling metropolis. We checked in and have the scoop. What’s Hot: While yoga... Read More

Sugar Beach in St. Lucia
Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort

For an island that’s less than 240 square miles in size, St. Lucia offers an overwhelming amount of diversity. Between the language (Creole French), the fresh seafood, and the jaw-dropping vistas, it’s hard to not overload your To Do list. We picked four of our favorite ways to spend a long... Read More

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Guestroom at Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort & Spa in St. Lucia
Guestroom/Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort & Spa

Whether hiking a mountain, feasting at the Friday night fish fry, or swimming in the Caribbean Ocean, St. Lucia has activities — and sights to see — for all kinds of travelers. More so: after a full day of exploring, playing or relaxing, there’s a variety of hotels apt... Read More

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Reality star Bethenny Frankel is always on the go, estimating she’ll spend 100 days on the road this year. If that isn’t proof enough — with a Bravo show and a new book — it’s clear that the Real Housewives of New York castmate and author isn’t slowing down. Her Skinnygirl lifestyle brand just partnered... Read More

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Terranea Resort

Soaked in sunshine with a calm and relaxing vibe, Terranea Resort on the Palos Verdes Peninsula doesn’t feel like a movie set, despite serving as the backdrop for several popular films. Pirates of the Caribbean, Pearl Harbor, and Charlie’s Angels are just a few box office hits that have utilized the property. No shock though — especially... Read More

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Celebrity Trainer Harley Pasternak
CocoaVia/Celebrity Trainer Harley Pasternak

Harley Pasternak is always on the go — and not just because he’s a Hollywood fitness trainer. The nutritionist and best-selling author is jet-setting around the world if he’s not in the gym with celebrity clients like Rihanna, Halle Berry, Lady Gaga, and Kim Kardashian (among others). Many of us... Read More

Gotham Air Helicopter Over JFK
Gotham Air

Traveling to JFK can take less time than waiting in line for your morning cup of coffee. Seriously. ... Read More

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If there’s one state Tim Love knows best, it’s Texas. The Top Chef alumni isn’t just a TV star, he’s the real deal – with his restaurants Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Queenie’s Steakhouse and Love Shack – filling the bellies of southern foodies. He’s rightfully received praise from The New... Read More

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Matt Harrington

TV host and cookbook author Katie Lee loves to travel: St. Bart’s for surfing, shopping markets in India, and browsing bazaars in Morroco. One place she hasn’t been? Machu Picchu. Before she makes it to Peru, though, she’ll host a lot of out of town guests in her home... Read More