Sleek, minimalist and with a wonderful sun deck, this is how you do boutique chic on a budget in Barcelona.
It ain’t pretty but for a night of mayhem and/or an inexpensive Mexican meal, this place in Kødbyen can provide both.
Nothing soggy about this trendy Triball restaurant named after the good old Marie biscuit.
Chinese take-out, Alan Yau-style, at this former Soho boozer. Morsels of delight.
A trans-Atlantic union made in Kødbyen of two of the world’s best craft beer makers.
Killer rooftop views of Barcelona and decor and amenities that surpass its rating. At the right price, a definite winner.
Finally a perfectly respectable – and plausible – reason to find yourself in Vauxhall during the day.
Even if you aren’t hunting for a brownstone castle in Brooklyn, you’d enjoy this Bed-Stuy local.
From the city guides
Soul-warming cocktails from Danny Meyer in West Chelsea.
No log ladies, no men from another place and no BOBs. Just cocktails and craft beer at this stylish Neukölln bar.
All sophisticated affluence and understated extravagance. No bling at the French crystal maker’s New York hotel.
In the heart of Paris’ posh 8th but no airs and graces here. The perfect pit stop for a bite and a cup of quality joe.
These days the medicine at this former Kreuzberg hospital comes in the form of hearty Bavarian food and plenty of boozy fluids.
After this East London night, you’ll never have fun again without stripper dancing poles and a car wash.
Take Venezuela’s Amazonian and Andean food traditions, add elements from new Nordic cooking and things get really interesting in Copenhagen.