December 17 - February 16
If you really needed an excuse to visit the Frank Gehry-designed foundation, look no further.
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.
A temple of quesos, fromages and formaggios that’s worthy of a minor pilgrimage for cheese lovers in Barcelona.
Hit the gym and strut those pecs for some old school NYC clubbing at this weekend-closer.
For a night out in a straight club, this is probably as good as it gets in Barcelona.
Can’t get into celebrity fave The Ivy? No slebs but the same good British comfort food at this Covent Garden Market offshoot.
From the city guides
Bold and ambitious, it’s a food and entertainment emporium like Madrid – or you, probably – has never seen before.
Literally ‘new home’, this industrial site in Berlin has become a weekend plan for alternative art, design and food.
No 800 pound beast at this hotspot in Copenhagen’s hip meatpacking district, just a monster of a menu.
Attractive and far from boring, this super healthy Raval looker should be enjoyable for everybody.
A Soho restaurant and lounge where you’re happy to dine and just as happy to linger.
This little hotspot in Madrid’s Las Salesas district isn’t wondering how to make ends meet.