Tag Archive: brunch

C2 hotel (Marseille)

Located in the heart of a private building from the 19th century, the five-star luxury C2 Hotel offers 20 rooms, a Filorga spa, a bar, a dining lounge and a private beach on the… Continue reading

Michelberger hotel (Berlin)

Whacky and goofy, the Michelberger Hotel is typical of what is expected of Berlin: creative atmosphere, playful design aesthetic, friendly staff. The nice bar/lounge area is great at any time of the day. People of… Continue reading

Paprika (Paris)

Paprika is a new healthy canteen situated rue de Bretagne, right across the Square du Temple in the North-Marais. The owner has browsed flea markets to find vintage furniture that composes the whole… Continue reading

Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings (London)

Located just off Exmouth Market, Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings features a large bar serving cocktails, a restaurant and greenhouse, a relaxed café area as well as private rooms. The real interest consists in… Continue reading

Boulangerie-Pâtisserie Liberté (Paris)

Welcome to the bakery of the future. The stylishly modern interior design combined to an airy space breaks the rules of the tradi/cosy local baker shop style, with a sleek and massive marble… Continue reading

Gansevoort Market (New York)

Avant-garde Meatpacking District now boasts its Gansevoort Market, which is also called by locals the “little Chelsea Market”. Only a few blocks away, it is a more intimate, less crowded and touristy, but equally… Continue reading

Carette (Paris)

Carette is the spring terrace you’ve been waiting looking for! This historic and emblematic tea salon has managed to keep its romantic and classy atmosphere over time. Drinking tea and indulging in desserts in the… Continue reading

Rachel’s (Paris)

For those missing the crazy burger they ate in New York or the best carrot cake of their life they tasted in L.A. last year, Rachel’s Cakes will find a solution. First, let me tell… Continue reading

Bob’s Kitchen (Paris)

Bob’s Kitchen is a cute little canteen discreetly nestled in Rue des Gravilliers, facing popular restaurant Derrière. Nothing fancy here, instead simplicity is king. Only opened during the day, a crowd of bobos,… Continue reading

Marché des Enfants Rouges (Paris)

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges is definitely the place to go if you’re hanging out in the No-Ma area. Secretly hidden behind rue de Bretagne, the market is quite lovely — but also… Continue reading

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