10 Flavorful Reasons to Visit the Azores
In restaurant Anfiteatro's sleek waterfront lounge, skilled barmen muddle herb-infused cocktails as guests settle down at long dining tables set for a multicourse meal—wine pairings included. No, this is not New York or Paris. It's Ponta Delgada, the largest city in the remote Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. At this teaching restaurant, part of the city's hospitality school, you quickly learn a major lesson: Azorean food can be surprisingly modern.