Contemporary sleekness, stunning marina views and fine cuisine in Barcelona’s superyacht marina.
K-Pop, KFC and Seoul Sours. Have or be a Kimchi Mary at Judy Joo’s Korean in Soho.
Located where Chueca meets Malasaña, this elegant boutique property really sits in the sweet spot of Madrid.
The former Cookies is reborn as a proper dining destination – without losing its nightclub roots.
Take a Michelin-starred chef, chic interiors and a trendy Copenhagen location, and gourmet burgers are as popular as ever.
Finally some noodles in the Spanish capital that don’t leave you feeling limp.
Has your hipster alarm gone off yet? Not your typical Barcelona tapas bar.
Alan Yau’s Turkish concept should delight plenty if stuck for a casual place to eat in the West End.
From the city guides
Saturday night fever strikes a day early thanks to Brandon Voss and Kenny Kenny’s Hell’s Kitchen party.
Half-way between Shoreditch and Dalston, a mandatory stop on your East London party itinerary from Jonny Woo.
This little hotspot has only amplified the pull of this foodie corner of Barcelona’s Sant Antoni district.
No ordinary Copenhagen café. Two former Noma chefs, affordable new Nordic and a killer breakfast.
Come stay with the cool kids at Sean MacPherson’s hotel on the Lower East Side.
The iconic hotel on Kurfürstendamm is ready to reclaim its hotspot status among Berlin’s rich and famous.