Street food without the food trucks, a market on the boundary between Chueca and Malasaña that’s good for drinks too.
Everything needed for your mo, chops or full curtain to look great at this beard grooming specialty shop behind Mercat de Santa Caterina.
Fine dining, contemporary art and iconic architecture. Something for everybody at this Frank Gehry masterpiece in Bois de Boulogne.
Looking for a ‘Perfect Delivery’? This popular brunch place in the 11th can usually be counted on to score pretty high.
The Adriá brothers take on Mexican with Paco Mendéz at this one-two knockout in Barcelona.
Posing scenesters, intriguing fashionistas and some of New York’s finest homos.
Sleek, lively and abuzz, it’s informal dining in Copenhagen with Michelin star pedigree.
Time to overcome your fear of red noses as this historical Paris bistro has turned into a real gastro hotspot.
From the city guides
Meet Simon and his range of German-made goods. Gifts from Kreuzberg that should please any recipient.
Look past the tacky name. Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, a seriously attractive option for Chueca.
A Billyburg club loaded with the heavy party ammunition, well worth a trip to the outer boroughs.
Your no. 1 spot in Copenhagen for gourmet without too much formality and a taste of new Nordic without the gimmicks.
Fried chicken on the LES but, unlike the colonel’s stuff, this Korean-meets-Southern soul food really is finger-lickin’ good.
For breakfast, a light lunch or just a breather in the heart of Barri Gòtic, this is pretty divine.