This place is right beside where i live. It's a really nice mixed space with art gallery and café, perfect for a drink with friends and also to enjoy their very well selected exhibitions.
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Fun shopping for very well-curated vintage. It feels like a series of art galleries that sell clothing and housewares.
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It´s the kind of place you automatically feel like you take a break from the city for a coffee or a light meal. The trendy Chiado area is just around the corner.
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Grill, bakery, bar. Ovens, jospers and smokers — «Gorynich» bakes and fries in all possible ways. In the restaurant guests can try craft bread from our own bakery, Neapolitan pizza, steaks of our own ageing. And to enjoy the view of old Moscow boulevards through the big panoramic windows.
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Bless. I had an internship here in 2013, and had the most wonderful experience. My favourite time of the day is when we have lunch on the little bench outside of the shop and passerby will shout out bon appetit. :) I love the products from bless. Absolutely original and uncool :)
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One of my favorite aspects of living today instead of ten years ago is the feeling of all kinds of diverse people creatively contributing to the culture. And this huge independent coffee house embodies this scene. It's usually crowed with creative class types and grad students working away. There's often people from other countries in the midst of skype conversations into their computer screens. And the music completely changes depending on what band the barista is in.
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One of the best places in Austin for some uncomplicated Tex-Mex nestled in the old growth heart of Austin's charming Hyde Park neighborhood. Great chicken soup, enchiladas, or Mexican Martinis and perfect atmosphere. Ideal for porch sitting and people watching. Cash only, but there's an ATM on premises.
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The majority of creative agencies in Paris are located along Canal Saint Martin so everyday the banks of the canal are full of artists and creative people enjoying their lunch break. If one is lucky enough to be around the canal on a sunny day its the best place to enjoy a drink.
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Great place to stay in Queenstown also probably has the best restaurant in town.
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This harbour area is called "Nieuw Mathenesse" where is a thriving neighborhood that lots of design studios and creative people situate in. In the meanwhile, you can enjoy nice skies no matter in the morning or evening, or have a pleasant drink next to the water.
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If you've lived in North London then you probably know all about The Faltering Fullback and their legendary multi-level beer garden
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This bar is in the foyer of the viennese popular theater. the name as well as the interior refer to the socialist direction, but if one imagines a dusty place full of missent ex-marxists it nowadays really is just a place with the ambiance of another time, that houses parties and changing clubs. I love the curtains, the fact that it is in the middle of the city and that one really feels a heavy ancient mood, that is forever related to the image of imperial vienna. it is this certain amount of pretentious pomp that makes going there, regardless of what club it is, surreal and nice.
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Josh Owen is a designer and professor of Industrial Design at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. His work has been featured at the Venice Biennale and is in the permanent design collections of the Centre Georges Pompidou, Chicago Athenaeum, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Taiwan Design Museum, among others. Significant manufacturers in the U.S. and Europe produce his home/design, furniture, and office products, which are regularly featured in design books, periodicals and in critical design discourse. Owen’s “Build” and “Meta” design academic projects have successfully pioneered integrated practice pedagogy for the field of Industrial Design. He is the author of the book Lenses for Design. Photo by Chris Coe
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Katrin Rodegast is an award-winning paper artist, illustrator, designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Her tactile objects, sets and scenarios are produced from paper, products, graphic elements or everyday materials in her studio at Alexanderplatz. This unique and directly engaging style of illustration is commissioned by international clients for advertising, magazines, brochures, websites, apps, shop windows or animated films.
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Julie Piatt aka “SriMati” is a mystic mother, musician, artist, chef, author and healer who has lived her life immersed in devotion and expansive creativity. She is the founder and creator of SriMu; Do Life, Not Cheese. A sacred offering of healing our world, SriMu's mission is to create the best cheese in the world via an artisanal black label NOT cheese food offering that lavishly nourishes and sublimely satisfies every craving of cheese lovers everywhere. SriMu is the next evolution of cheese and is Universal; paleo, vegan, gluten free and dairy free.
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Olivia Sophie van Leeuwen is a partner at Halal and head of the documentary film department, Halal Docs. Halal is an established Amsterdam based film production company & photography agency with a big creative team, connected to people and networks all across the world
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Chef in Brooklyn
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artist of some sort
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Danish artist & designer inspired by the little details you find in nature. 
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I'm a writer, musician and actress. Born in Buenos Aires, living in Los Angeles.
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Photographer based in Barcelona
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Award-winning documentary filmmaker
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Photographer / Film Director / Visual Artist
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Director / Founder Semi Permanent
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Patrick Jacobs lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He studied art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is represented by Pierogi Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. His work, including sculpture, photography and video, is often characterized by a kind of pseudo-science or homespun natural phenomena. "When one settles down to a new home, they immediately set out to discover those things which captivate and hold meaning for them. I moved to Brooklyn, New York in 1999 and twelve years later, I'm still writing my own personal travel guide of the city's unlimited attractions and temptations."
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I am an artist agent in Los Angeles
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French photographer / image maker  ... other stuffs like https://soundcloud.com/gzser / creative I guess
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