Marisel Salazar

Marisel Salazar
Marisel Salazar

Lives In

New York, New York

Marisel Salazar is a New York-based food, travel, and lifestyle writer and host. She is a member of the Newswomen’s Club of New York and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. She has worked extensively with restaurants and chefs, having produced bespoke culinary events with James Beard award-winning, MICHELIN starred, and up-and-coming chefs across the U.S., as well as curating neighborhood dining guides for hotel properties.

Experience

Marisel has written for more than seven years. She has been published by Michelin, Zagat, Wine Enthusiast, INSIDER, Vinepair, Thrillist, Tasting Table, PureWow, nycgo.com, and Martha Stewart Living.

Education

Originally from Panama City, Panama, Marisel has lived in Hawaii, Japan, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Madrid. She is a graduate of Cornell University in Media Communications and Nutrition.

About TripSavvy and Dotdash

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