Honeymoon in St. Tropez
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The food scene in St. Trop is très cher (translation: very expensive), so make a beeline for L'Auberge de la Mole, nine miles out of town, for classic French fare such as tournedos Rossini: melt-in-your-mouth steak with foie gras. Head back to town for dessert at Sennequier at the port where the tarte tropézienne, a sensual custard, is guaranteed to please.
For a wild, wanton drink, try the GVB, a tall, chilled combo of gin, vodka, and banana liqueur that tastes slightly like a banana milkshake, but with attitude. It's rumored to be a leading cause of erotic misbehavior. (Don't say we didn't warn you!) Order one, if you dare, at the bar at Hôtel Sube on the port.
For more info, call 410-286-8311 or visit franceguide.com.