The CEO guide to business travel: Where to go in...

Find out from these hometown heroes where to wine and dine a client in Dallas, get a coffee in London, or take a steam in San Francisco.

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A client dinner: Estiatorio Milos

A date: Bohemian on Great Jones Street (get the sashimi and steak)

Brunch: Sant Ambroeus on West 4th Street

A view of the city: Top of the Standard at the Standard, New York

A run: The reservoir in Central Park

A spa quickie: Salon Ishi for shiatsu head massages

A coffee: Via Quadronno on East 73rd Street

An art fix: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A weekend getaway: Southampton, N.Y.

By Caitlin Keating and Alex Konrad @FortuneMagazine - Last updated June 06 2012: 8:18 AM ET
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