It’s not difficult to stay here all day. Coffee and croissant from very early in the morning, lunch, sandwiches, brownies, and beer and bubbles in the evening. The finely tatooed ‘captain bread’ is the maestro here.
Wheather starting or ending your day, this near East coffee shop / taproom has some of the best of whatever you're after. One of the first establishments to brave a then-emerging neighborhood, it's now surrounded by walkable shops and restaurants. A great porch for chilling and a pretty good spot to plug in a laptop and get some work done.
The Langstrasse is probably one of the most famous streets in Zurich. It's dirty, rough and full of life. A lot of nice bars, clubs and galleries are located around this street. Some may call it the heart of Zurich. If you're there, have a look at the bar Longstreet, the Perla Moda, the Zukunft and the Dante.
Founded in 2011, Paladini 8 is a space of 500 mq which includes a backyard, a bar/bistrot, a vinyl and book shop, an exhibition room, a coworking space and a bunch of private offices with professionals in the creative field. Concerts, exhibitions and events are organised every night.
This place represents an active and important landmark in the new cultural and artistic scene of Milan.
This is hands down, the coolest mid century furniture selection you can find here in A Coruña.
Pepita de Oliva Studio is an independent shop characterized by its reassuring and relaxing atmosphere. A perfect place to lose a couple of hours in the midst of wonderful design and art pieces. The girls there are always very kind and it's never too crowded.
You have a lot of hills to choose from in San Francisco but in my opinion the best (and most varied) views are from Bernal Hill. Bonus: from my kitchen table I can watch tiny blobs moving around on this hill-- slow blobs are people, fast blobs are dogs.
If you like delicious and high quality food, beautiful arranged, Emma Wolf is the right place.
I was there at my 33. and it was an amazing dinner with a perfect service. I also love their plates! They are handmade especially for Emma Wolf.
The Peruvian pisco sour cocktail is among my favorite aperitifs - you won't find it better than here. A lot of people know this bar which has been around for many years, what they don't know is that the dinning is actually really good. Blinis & caviar with some bubbles are the perfect way to continue after the aperitif :)
Toby is a London based Graphic Artist who creates his work through a process of photography and digital manipulation, drawing with a dot he combines his strong colour sense and composition to produce pared down visuals with a more free painterly result.
Clients have included Issey Miyake, Y-3 , Nike, and producing visuals for the Kylie X World Tour and Jay-Z Blueprint World Tour to name but a few.
Sandra Mickiewicz is a Polish documentary photographer who lives and works in North London. In 2007, her family immigrated to United Kingdom, where she started to develop her skills in painting and drawing. She discovered photography at the age of 15. Since that time, Sandra uses her camera as a tool to communicate with the world. She is drawn into a very ordinary and conventional moments in our everyday life, which she documents by exploring portraiture and landscape photography.
In 2018 she graduated from Middlesex University in London where she studied photography. Her work was exhibited in London and the last project called “Happy Club” was a part of Free Range Show in 2018.