New underground bars in St. Petersburg
Sergey Goncharov, a bar expert and author of a book on informal Petersburg, talks about the best cultural and ceremonial places from the recently opened. “Underground bars" is a rather…

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The best restaurants in Tallinn
The main gastronomic direction of this summer is the capital of Estonia, where local chefs built local gourmet cuisine on top of venison and wild garlic: the best restaurants in…

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Where to eat in Prague
One of the main attractions of Prague is Czech national cuisine. Truth be told, there isn’t even any original dishes in the Czech Republic - a “boar’s knee”, it’s also…

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Where to eat cheap in Paris

All who come to the capital of France are united by one thing – the desire to see the legendary city in all its glory. And if you still manage to profitably organize meals during the trip, then it will become perfect at all! Below we will talk a little about where to eat tasty and inexpensive in Paris and save on food while walking around the city. Budget Parisian eateries Le Grenier à Pain is a cozy place not far from Place de la Bastille, where traditional croissants from € 1 apiece and delicious sandwiches from € 3.20 are sold. Blé Sucré is a pleasant establishment across the street from Le Grenier à Pain. The menu has a large selection of pastries with cheese or sweet fillings. Cakes are especially popular (from 4 €). Boulangerie Utopie is a pretty little bakery 2 minutes walk from Marché Popincourt Farmers Market. The price of pastries starts from 1.20 €, eclairs and desserts with cream cost from 3.60 €. Bears & Raccoons is a cheap Continue reading

7 unusual bars in Budapest

Having decided to visit the best bars of Budapest, you will be able to “kill two birds with one stone”: taste excellent local alcohol and feel the atmosphere of this amazing city. A typical Hungarian bar in Budapest is an interesting and unusual place with its own traditions, history and features. It can be called a cultural phenomenon in the life of the country, reflecting the cheerful and fervent disposition of its inhabitants, their love of life and optimism. Perhaps that is why in Budapest “bar surfing” became so popular – visiting several beer establishments in one evening. Spending a couple of hours in a row in one pub here is considered almost a manifestation of bad taste. The menu in the bars is modest if it does not concern the choice of drinks. In addition to beer, you can order good Hungarian wine, cocktails, juices, lemonade and Continue reading

7 best restaurants in Dublin

If ten years ago, Dublin was just the right place to drink a pint of beer at a local pub, now it is experiencing a real restaurant boom. The economic crisis contributed in part to this: rents fell, and a new generation of chefs suddenly could afford to open their own restaurants. One way or another, the capital of Ireland now has something to offer to discerning guests. Meet an interesting selection of the best restaurants in Dublin, a visit to which will certainly become your memorable gastronomic adventure. Mr.Fox For many years in a row, chef Anthony Smith cooked food all over the world, then returned to his native Dublin and in 2016 opened his own restaurant. Today it serves the best of international cuisine, masterfully prepared with natural, local and seasonal products. Go to Mr.Fox to taste the excellent deer tartare: juicy small pieces of venison decorated with red currants and topped with Jerusalem artichoke chips. The alcohol Continue reading

Where to eat in Innsbruck
Innsbruck, located at the foot of the Austrian Alps, as if created for a perfect holiday. And, of course, it is great for exploring the original and delicious Tyrolean cuisine.…

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5 best classic British restaurants in London
One of London's most famous seafood restaurants opened in the 1890s at St Martin’s Court in exchange for permission to serve dinner after a performance for Lord Salisbury. And after…

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S.PELLEGRINO WILL APPEAR A NEW HOUSE
September 27 was a historic day for S. Pellegrino: the first stone of the long-awaited new Plant of the Future was laid. The event began with a morning conference held…

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What kind of beer to try in Denmark
Every true fan of foamy certainly knows the Tuborg and Carlsberg brands. But far from all the regulars of pubs and bars, these popular brands are associated with Danish beer.…

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