Cocktails with a view? Perfect date night? Drinks at the Paramount, London’s Centre Point.
How can we resist being surrounded by Anouska Hempel’s luxurious interiors at Blakes Hotel in London? We cannot. Still loving what is one of the first boutique hotels.
We’re loving One Leicester Street Hotel in London (15 guestrooms) A relaxing retreat made even better by its delicious restaurant.
More info: http://oneleicesterstreet.com/hotel
There’s a little cafe in Munich called Playa. It’s completely covered in flowers. They hang above and surround every table. There are some really unique seating options such as hanging and rocking chairs with pillows, and everything lights up with different colors. http://playa-cafe-restaurant.de/
Got London but need Chocolate? The British chocolatier harvests its own cocoa from St. Lucia.
Hotel Chocolate opens at the Copenhagen Airport this July too. Get your goodies to go.
Got London but need your caffeine fix? Grab a Latte and more at one of the Monmouth Coffees. If you are near Seven Dials, try the one on 27 Monmouth Street.
Having a stroll around the Seven Dials neighborhood of London? Stop for an Eccles cake or Bakewell tart at Euphorium Bakery. You won’t regret it. Plus, Monmouth Coffee is around the corner.
Where to get your Brooklyn caffeine fix? Oslo Coffee Roasters. You’ll be an Oslophil in no time.
Truely divine cocktails make-up for friendly but arrogant bartenders/Danes. Immediately make your way downstairs because the basement is the best place. But please, don’t be one of those girls who goes there and orders a whiskey sour. Learn about real vintage cocktails. In Copenhagen, this is the best place to do that. Everytime I’m in town I make a visit.
For classic finger sandwiches or Danish seafood salad, A.C. Perch’s Teahouse has been around since 1835 and it hasn’t lost it’s popularity. Book in advance next time your in Copenhagen, it gets busy.