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Word of Mouth: Madrid
by Rima Suqi While the Barcelona-vs-Madrid rivalry is very real on the soccer field, when it comes to tourism, the two coexist on fairly even ground. Barcelona might have a sexier reputation, but over the years it also has experienced an explosion...
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"Insider Brooklyn" Book
Rachel Felder is no stranger to Brooklyn. She's a fourth-generation New Yorker with plenty of family history, stories and memories in the city. Felder (a journalist whose work can be seen in various publications from the New York Times to Rolling...
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Linen Cocktail Napkin Set
This set of four 100% linen cotton napkins features different screen-printed color trim on each—and a message every hostess, host or guest would love to be called: Gracious, Skilled, Daring, or Charming. All of the letter-pressing is done by hand in...
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City Guide: Paris
There's no doubt Paris—lovingly known as La Ville-Lumière—is one of the most romantic, charming cities in the world. When visiting, there are globally recognized must-see spots for checking off the list; ascending the Eiffel Tower, touring the Louvre...
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Candelaria
If you tire of eating French food in Paris, look no further than Candelaria—but don't forget to look behind it, either. While the façade is a taqueria—with superb food served in a super-tiny seated area, right beside the grill—a secret door on the...
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Le Piano Vache
Thousands of posters and student IDs cover the walls of Le Piano Vache, a pub with an ancient piano that feels like it may have haunted the 5th arrondissement for decades. The charming venue hosts a younger crowd (and not a touristy one) and a relaxed...
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Lockwood Cafe
Located in the 2nd, Lockwood Cafe has something for all visitors and locals—being open from 8AM to 2AM every day except Sundays. From a breakfast coffee and banana bread in the morning to lunch, dinner and aperitivo, Lockwood isn't just convenient...
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Glass
Paris' semi-seedy Pigalle neighborhood is known for being lively—with plenty of new craft cocktail offerings and quality restaurants cropping up between strip clubs and hostess bars—and Glass fits in perfectly, thanks in part to it remaining open until...
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Silencio
Entering Silencio is exactly what any David Lynch fan would imagine: it's dark, cavernous and moody, with lots of hallways leading off to different rooms—each with a spirit of its own. The structure was built back in 1883 and despite its undoubtedly...
DESIGN
North Drinkware's California Half Dome Pint Glass
A little over a year since their wildly successful Kickstarter campaign for a Mt Hood Pint Glass captured 5,620 backers' attention, Oregon-based glassware company North Drinkware returns with a brand new product: the California Half Dome Pint Glass...
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City Guide: Mexico City
Topping several must-visit destination lists, Mexico City is clearly having a moment. But it would be remiss to think it's purely a new crop of stylish outposts that is making this an alluring travel destination or the latest low-cost hipster haven...
CITYGUIDES
Mexico City
Topping numerous travel destination lists, Mexico City is clearly having a moment. But it would be remiss to think it's purely a new crop of stylish outposts making this an alluring travel destination or the latest low-cost hipster haven. From the...
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Hanky Panky
The brainchild of American expat Berit Jane Soli-Holt, Hanky Panky is an impeccably appointed speakeasy with an equally well-considered bar program. And it's no wonder; this hidden gem is inspired by Ada Coleman—head bartender in the 1900s at the Savoy...
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Galvin at Windows, London
The 28th floor of London Hilton on Park Lane sports more than a stunning, unobstructed view of Hyde Park and the city. Galvin at Windows bar makes unique cocktails worth peeling your eyes away from the panorama. Bar manager Boris Ivan cites Japanese...
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Word of Mouth: Buenos Aires
An undeniable magnificence envelops Buenos Aires, Argentina. Beyond the amiable weather, there's an energy buzzing through the South American city and its residents. Modern, cosmopolitan neighborhoods yield to historic pockets—announcing the many periods...
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City Guide Spotlight: New York City
A few days ahead of NYC's hectic and inspiring Armory Week, Scope and Pulse Art Fairs, we embarked upon an overhaul of our NYC City Guide. While there were some stalwarts that needed to be added, New York City's ever-evolving nature means plenty of...
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The Dead Rabbit
If the venue itself doesn't win you over, the cocktails certainly will. Housed in a tri-level mid-19th century style New York-Irish drinking saloon in the financial district, The Dead Rabbit offers a lengthy menu of cocktails, switched up once a year...
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Form Jug
Self-taught British designer Tom Dixon stirs up nostalgia for afternoon tea rituals with his golden six-piece Form Tea Set that includes a teapot, tea caddy, sugar dish, jug, a handleless milk jug and tray. The Form Jug, made from spun brass then dipped...
OUTDOORS
Basement at the EDITION Hotel
In under a year, the EDITION Miami Beach has managed to build a name for itself as a go-to destination for all-hours fun. At the base of it all, quite literally on ground level, is a bowling alley and year-round iceskating rink saturated in the light...
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The Corner
With Miami Beach and the Design District as primary tourist draws, most neglect other areas of Miami worth visiting. In Downtown Miami's Park West neighborhood, The Corner delivers some of the most distinct specialty cocktails one can find in the city...
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Bottle Opener
Discommon Goods’ meticulously machined bottle opener is more of a sculpture than basic bar accessory. Made from aerospace aluminum, the ergonomic opener bears a hand-chiseled aesthetic thanks to super-precise CNC machining—adding both grip and a beautiful...
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Wood-Fired Cocktails from Portland's Trifecta Tavern
by Adrienne So Barrel-aged cocktails have quickly become a staple at higher-end cocktail bars. The practice rounds off the hot edge of the alcohol, enriches the cocktail’s flavor and infuses it with the aroma of charred wood. However, it’s difficult...
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The Refined Eccentricity of Hotel Particulier Montmartre, Paris
We were quick to visit Montmartre's Hotel Particulier upon its opening, back in 2007. In a crowded Parisian hotel scene, the establishment's charm and (family-owned) authenticity immediately struck us. Imagine, if you will, something from a Wes Anderson...
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Lower Manhattan's Best New East Side Bars
Even as favor switches from neighborhood to neighborhood, it's possible to find a good bar just about anywhere in New York City. However, it just so happens that right now a slew of well-designed hotspots with excellent drink options have opened across...
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