178 posts tagged Eat & Drink in ALL BLOGS


LONDON: Pop Brixton Opens

Having earned a reputation as London’s edgy food destination and boasting rapid creative growth, Brixton boasts a new initiative: a unique, modern space created to help local innovation flourish: Pop Brixton.
Read more >

IMG_5005_color

PARIS: Les Bains Gets Redesign and Becomes Hotel

Infamous Parisian haunt Les Bains, previously Les Bains Douches - a consistently popular nightclub haunt for the achingly hip and famous - has undertaken a redesign and now functions as a restaurant and hotel as well.
Read more >

les bains fb

LONDON: Ride Republic & Tanya’s Cafe Opens

As the lifestyle trend for wellness, health and fitness continues to boom alongside the popularity of athleisure, London’s latest workout hotspot is Chelsea-based Ride Republic, with raw plant-based food business Tanya’s Cafe also open on the premises, complementing the all-round healthy offering.
Read more >

Neon Sign 2

COPENHAGEN: Cofoco Italy Gets Redesign

Cofoco is a well-known, feel-good Italian restaurant chain, with the first branch based in the trendy Vesterbro area of Copenhagen.
Read more >

norm-italy-design-1-750x1117

TOKYO: Node Uehara – Corporate Developers Embrace Elevated Independence

A stylish new development in Tokyo’s increasingly vibrant Yoyogi Uehara district is challenging perceptions of projects initiated by Japan’s corporate giants.
Read more >

node-uehara-00001

LONDON: Tart’s Kitchen Pop-Up Opens

This month marks the opening of Tart’s Kitchen, a collaboration between Tart London and Wedgwood, offering fresh daily food and drink.
Read more >

3high

MADRID: El Huerto de Lucas

As the trend for healthy eating continues to gain pace across the world, Madrid is the latest city to take note, with the El Huerto de Lucas food market taking the commitment one step further.
Read more >

huertodelucasmadrid2

TOKYO: Concept Retail Landscape in Coastal Kamakura

Kamakura, a historic former capital an hour’s train ride from Tokyo offers an unlikely but hugely popular combination of Kyoto-esque temples (it’s home to the famous Daibutsu “big buddha” as well as the serene bamboo garden of Hōkoku-ji) and Venice Beach-style surf culture, but has more recently become known for its innovative concept openings and elevated independent boutiques.
Read more >

1

SHANGHAI: Vivienne Westwood Opens Cafe

Vivienne Westwood has broadened its territory to food and beverage in the K11 Art Mall in Shanghai by opening a cafe full of the brand’s DNA and personality.
Read more >

1

LONDON: Craft London Opens

Bringing culinary innovation to the Greenwich Peninsula is Stevie Parle’s new venture Craft London.
Read more >

Craft-London-Bar-1_120x120

MELBOURNE: Like Minded Projects

Like Minded Projects illustrates how the co-working space concept originating from a shared working unit, has successfully transplanted to food and beverage in the hip area of Fitzroy, Melbourne.
Read more >

1

COPENHAGEN: The Standard Gets Redesign

Situated near the harbour and Copenhagen’s famous Nyhavn, The Standard Copenhagen has undergone a redesign with impressive results.
Read more >

The-Standard-Copenhagen-Restaurant THUMB

SHANGHAI: Fashion Week for Foodies

The Asian catwalks season draws to an end with the final stop in Shanghai.
Read more >

1

STOCKHOLM: NK unveils new restaurants designed by Svenskt Tenn

Renowned Stockholm department store NK (Nordiska Kompaniet) has unveiled four new restaurants, with the interior design by Cilla Ramnek and Martin Edvardsson from Svenskt Tenn’s interior design studio.
Read more >

THUMB

SEOUL: Fashion Week for Foodies

As a major event in the Asian catwalk calendar,  Seoul Fashion Week once again becomes the focal point of industry professionals looking for the freshest trends of this fast emerging Asian market.
Read more >

1