Yes, even a greasy spoon can be a hip and stylish affair in the Danish capital.
It’s the flagship restaurant of The Standard East Village and it’s actually more apt for food than scene lovers.
Glam and grandiose, this brasserie at the five-star Rosewood might just warrant a trip into London’s ‘Midtown’.
Easy boys, the name of this cosy and intimate West Village gem refers to bivalves.
An urban jungle concept that’s more than mere marketing spiel at this boutique chain’s first property in Berlin.
Trendy facial hair and bona fide mixology skills blend just fine at this cocktail lounge in Madrid’s hipster heartland.
An equally healthy and stylish second outpost in this increasingly trendy pocket of Paris’s 10th.
It’s cocktails rather than cheap suits that are being sold at this Whitechapel speakeasy.
From the city guides
A sleek, modern Vietnamese in Soho with several qualities beyond its delightfully skanky name.
This Parisian hotspot in Beaugrenelle is big, buzzy, and as much Tom Dixon showroom as eatery.
The gay nightlife institution may have moved to Neukölln but its penchant for retro pop remains unchanged.
The edgy Comme de Garçons concept store may be the only but great reason to visit this part of Lexington Avenue.
More VICE mayhem than Wallpaper* chic but this Mexican in Copenhagen can be a fun place to start the evening.
The team behind Septime serves up a Parisian cornucopia of small-plate wonders of the sea next door.
For boozy, grown-up entertaining rather than hardcore partying, seek refuge at this handsome Vesterbro lounge.