Colman Andrews

last updated 10/14/2017

Colman Andrews

Vice President and Editorial Director at The Daily Meal

Location:
132 W 31st Street Suite 302, New York City, New York, United States

General Information

Experience

Co-Founder and Editor In Chief of Rival Food Magazine Saveur - Bonnier Corporation

Contributing Editor - Gourmet

Restaurant Reviewer and Restaurant News Columnist - Los Angeles Times

Journalist - NYC

Biographer - Adrià

Editor-In-Chief - Saveurand

Editor-in-Chief - Saveur

Education

Villanova Preparatory School

degrees - history and philosophy , UCLA

Affiliations

Member - James Beard Foundation

Member of Culinary Council - SHARE Inc

Vice President and Editorial Director and TheDailyMeal - Spanfeller Media Group

Recent News  

Chow Italy: This Week in Italy--The Best From the Web

Colman Andrews, the co-founder of Saveur magazine and editorial director of the thedailymeal.com, talks about his latest cookbook, The Country Cooking of Italy, a collection of more than 230 regional recipes.

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touRRoir Hall of Fame Honourees - touRRoir

Colman Andrews, editorial director and vice-president of TheDailyMeal.com, is an internationally known food writer and editor and award-winning cookbook author.
He was the co-founder of Saveur, hailed as "the ultimate food magazine".

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READY FOR THE ULTIMATE IN INDULGENCE? TRY THESE TOP TEN RESTAURANTS. - Destination Luxury

"This is a list that includes many places frequent business travellers already may be familiar with from conventions or other business functions," said Colman Andrews, editorial director of The Daily Meal.
"Both business and leisure travellers appreciate the convenience and prestige-with business contacts-of having world-class dining right in their hotels," he said. "Hotel Emporda, a bare-bones hotel on the National Road between France and Barcelona, has always had a large clientele of merchants and business people from both sides of the border," said Andrews. The hotel's restaurant, El Motel, has been serving contemporary Catalan cuisine since 1961. "Le Bristol is one of the more popular hotels for very high-end business travelers-CEOs, etc.," said Andrews, and the clientele often dines at the hotel's three-Michelin star restaurant, overseen by chef Eric Frechon and located next to the elegant French-style garden.

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