You’ll struggle to find anything this willing and versatile, even in Chueca. Fusion that works.
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Alight here for this pre-weekend boy party at the swank Cellar Bar at five-star The Bryant Park Hotel.
Go South American at the latest from Cofoco, Copenhagen’s masters of trendy-yet-affordable dining.
Now in Madrid’s trendy Triball area, drop in to bulk up your waistline on Chema’s calorie bombs.
A SoPi branch of a Paris-inspired West Village eatery? It’s actually great for a boho-chic brunch in the hip 9th.
The German eccentric brings his fun-filled flagship store concept to London’s Regent Street.
In Copenhagen’s old red light district, the whores and drunks have given way to this hot cocktail lounge.
Posing scenesters, intriguing fashionistas and some of New York’s finest homos.
From the city guides
One of Paris’s most popular rooftop bars and, once you’re there, it isn’t hard to understand why.
Enough bling-bling in this Gayxample bar to make Marie Antoinette choke on her cake.
Certainly no Nobu but this Japanese just north of Chueca and Malasaña is still capable of beating down any sushi craving.
Come sit with the cool kids at this weekly supper club party at Maison O.
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.