Too stressful to go every night but this slaughterhouse concept is a Madrid experience that you’ll want to pocket at least once.
Leave Berghain to the club kids; for a more authentic Berlin experience, this is where you want to be.
Last-call weekend shenanigans at this basement lounge in the Meatpacking District.
Mar 08 - Jun 07
This MoMA retrospective is guaranteed – not just possibly maybe – to impress.
Already one of Copenhagen’s most beloved places for smørrebrød and now also an oenophile fave.
Combining Korean street food, BBQ and Mexican, three of the hottest food trends in a vibrant location off Soho Square.
Mar 14 - Jul 19
Fashion’s Enfant Terrible takes centre stage at this retrospective with everything from his bumster trousers to the skull-adorned items.
Join the steady stream of trendy Berliners going for a serving of gastro delight with a side of Neukölln industrial chic.
From the city guides
If you needed an excuse to take a break from new Nordic in Copenhagen, cheap cava should do.
Open all day, a pleasant and laid back brasserie from Clive Watson to hang and literally recharge at Old Spitalfields Market.
Chic and classy, a Left Bank favourite among design aficionados – and not even in St-Germain or the Latin Quarter.
The three chefs de cuisine from El Bulli’s peak years are now making magic happen at their own place in Barcelona.
Much more lovable than the real-life ‘Rottweiler’, modern German cuisine and a happening scene next to Prince Charles in Kreuzberg.
For something sweet to eat or gift in Copenhagen. Gourmet butter cookies – and not a round tin box in sight.