Pop-ups — temporary small businesses that open for limited hours in another business’s space — have been making themselves known in San Francisco. The concept is beautifully efficient: nascent businesses get to test the waters and tweak their formulas without taking on the risk of a large overhead. Host stores and restaurants make a little […]
Check the City Guides tours out when you visit San Francisco, especially if you want to explore Dogpatch.
Right next to the Plaza Espana, we came across a small cafe/bar with outdoor seating, dark wooden tables, and freshly squeezed orange juice: Baco.
If you’re a Kiwi or a coffee-lover, Kia Ora Cafe is a great choice for a drink in Olomouc.
We pulled into Café Columbia on a whim… The rain was falling more and more heavily, and the idea of a warm place to sit was quite overpowering. There’s a small alcove as you enter and then ten or so tables upstairs, giving a small, intimate experience. Our corner table gave us a view to […]
The Phoenician isn’t a cheap hotel, but if you want to splurge some cash (or points), this is a place where you will see the thoughtful details your money is buying. The proof is in the bagel.
This place was a tourist trap of the worst sort: service was bad, even taking into account the normal Spanish approach, but the food was worse and came at a price no-one was expecting.
Le Poeme is perfectly located on a quiet stretch of street next to the Central Market of Cadiz. With indoor and outdoor seating, it’s a great place to either enjoy the sun or take a break from the wind. This the second mid-morning breakfast I’ve had here, and both have excelled. Today I went for […]
Calle Larga is the main shopping street in Jerez de la Frontera: fashion, telecoms, opticians, pharmacies, and tobacconists – they’re here. What seems to be missing is a place to sit with a cold beer while your partner is trying on clothes; or a place for a snack and coffee while you recharge for the […]