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.
Tapas with a modern twist and a killer vermút at this charming Chueca tavern.
Always great for an aperitivo, a reason besides the beach to spend time in Barcelona’s Poble Nou.
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.
From the city guides
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.
Plenty to like about this Copenhagen microbrew heaven, even if you aren’t the greatest fan of stouts, ales or single hops.
Messy and expensive, this glorified surf-and-turf London experience isn’t for everybody. But a feast for those who go.
Got balls? They come smooth and tasty at this cosy hangout steps from Copenhagen’s Nyhavn.
Take a breather at this a gem of a space, a calming urban oasis in the heart of Chueca.