From the guys behind Pantruche, another great SoPi bistronomie.
Think of him as Barcelona’s gay Martha Stewart, with better taste, and this as his walk-in catalogue.
Great Gatsby meets Wild West for some gaudy fun at this bar-slash-restaurant in The City.
For a night out in a straight club, this is probably as good as it gets in Barcelona.
Party with Niño Fixo and Madrid's cool kids to a guilty pleasures soundtrack.
Not for the claustrophobic but this cheap and chic London hotel leaves you with enough change for a curry on nearby Brick Lane.
The NYC club's gay night and reminder to thank the Lord that you don't have to attend the venue on a regular night.
Steering well clear of the New Nordic and tasting menu concepts, modest prices and exceptional tastiness in Copenhagen’s Kødbyen.
From the city guides
When you’re in the hunt in Barcelona for a special gift or something more original than a French bulldog for your home.
A chic train station hotspot, conceived more as a destination in itself than a stop for hungry Parisian commuters.
Right next to the Axel Hotel and with half-price drinks compared to its neighbour, a Gayxample bar to warm up.
When your Gillette won't cut it for your whiskers, call on the skills of Laurent in the 18th.
Have a cheap and stylish lunch at the David Chipperfield Architects’ sleek canteen in Berlin’s Mitte.
For something less obvious than a Carlsberg in Copenhagen, try this hyped micro-brewery.
Barcelona’s insanely popular brunch spot sets up in to Madrid’s trendy Conde Duque district.