Posts Tagged ‘brunch’

NEW SPOT: CORNELIA & CO BARCELONA

March 20, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you like sweet little pies, muffins or cupcakes.
  2. If you want to have a stuffed Sunday afternoon brunch.
  3. If you’re a foodie: and want to buy some local delicatessen to bring home.

Check out: www.corneliaandco.com

(Images via Dario Design – a Spanish design blog worth following)

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NEW SPOT: THE FAT RADISH NEW YORK

February 9, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you’re in for a British bite in New York
  2. If you’re in for something different every daily (their menu changes daily)
  3. If you’re looking for a place to eat in Chinatown

Check out: www.thefatradishnyc.com

(Images via Grand Life NYC – a blog worth following when you’re planning to go to NY)

NEW SPOT: LONGMAN & EAGLE CHICAGO

October 23, 2010

3 reasons to go there:

  1. To drink whiskey. Their philosophy is: ‘whiskey for your mouth, not for our shelves’.
  2. To have brunch (or breakfast, lunch or dinner).
  3. To sleep. They have 6 rooms upstairs.

Check out: www.longmanandeagle.com

NEW SPOT: VILLA PACRI NEW YORK

October 15, 2010


3 reasons to go there:

  1. Because it’s located in the Meatpacking District.
  2. Because it’s a great Italian place to have lunch or dinner.
  3. Because the background music at their site is from Paolo Conte. The Italian singer who gives you an instant holiday fever.

Check out: www.villapacri.com

TRIED & TESTED: ZUCCHINI BALI

June 8, 2010

Most striking feature:

The perfect breakfast/brunch/lunch atmosphere. An Australian surfdude checks his mail, another woman is working on her Mac (yes, WIFI is included almost in every hotel and restaurant in Bali). The fresh juices are delightful, just as the coffee. And take a look around. Don’t you just feel happy summer vibes coming from every corner?

Jalan Laksmana 49, Seminyak, Bali (no website)

TRIED & TESTED: MAMASHELTER PARIS

April 19, 2010


Most striking feature:

The roof. Phillipe Starck tried the formula in Madrid (Ramses) and thought: let’s do it again in my hometown Paris. Just paint the roof with chalkboard and get creative with writing on it. Well the effect is amazing. I went there on a sunday afternoon when the brunch is a big event. People pay 40 euro to eat all the best French food (like waffels, cheese and fruit) they can get. A good way to see the fashionable side if Paris.

Check out: www.mamashelter.com