Café culture is not unique to the Netherlands, but gezellig works — and brown cafés are successful — because there’s a shared understanding between customer and barkeep.
Escape the Glasgow-Edinburgh-Loch Ness tourist triangle in the centre of Scotland by indulging in a whisky distillery pilgrimage
Sometimes you want to sit in the lap of luxury without making your credit card angry. The Shangri-La Toronto’s Champagne Wall lets you do that.
It’s a spot easily missed if you don’t know where you’re going, but that’s part of the charm. Locals have claimed the gritty hangout as their own, and in turn the bar has made a point of celebrating all things local, from beer to music.
Italians take coffee and cafe culture seriously. Here, some lessons on what to order and how to consume your beverage of choice.
If you’re trying to understand the diversity of life in Cape Town, and South Africa in general, forget organized township tours — grab a seat at the Department of Coffee and prepare to people watch.
Shanghai is a city that never pauses for breath. Street hawkers, shoppers, businessmen on the go-go-dear-god-go: They all converge, bumping into each other at every turn, clogging the city’s streets, creating a human mass of pure frenetic energy. Luckily, DR Bar is the perfect oasis of calm in a zoo of humanity.