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Food + Drink Guides Archives - Page 6 of 7 - The Cultureur | Luxury Travel for the Global Citizen

Le Refuge des Fondus: Wine in Baby Bottles

October 14, 2012
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Who ever said baby bottles were just for babies definitely hadn’t been to Le Refuge des Fondus in Paris. Cleverly ducking the taxes imposed on wine in glasses, the owner of this culinary gem, hidden away in the vibrant bohemian district of Montmarte, decided to offer wine […]

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Berlin: A Culinary Melting Pot

October 13, 2012
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Berlin boasts a dining scene that is vibrant, diverse, innovative, and fiercely competitive. The German capital offers much more than just sausages, sauerkraut, and beer, as some may think. Berlin is in a constant state of change, and today, it has become a melting pot of cultures and […]

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The Best Desserts in San Diego…

September 26, 2012
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are hiding at Extraordinary Desserts, a sweet haven of the most decadent and quality desserts. There are two locations in San Diego — one on 5th Street and the other on Union Street, both in downtown. Personally, I’m sold on both locations, although the cafe on Union Street […]

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Dos Palillos: Chopsticks and Toothpicks

September 21, 2012
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The city was Berlin. The language was English. The waiter was Polish. The restaurant designers were French. The cuisine was a blend of Spanish and Asian. I’m painting the scene of my dining experience at Dos Palillos, a restaurant that blatantly lies at the crux of globalization […]

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Assouline Lounge: A Cafe, Art Gallery, and Bookstore in Seoul

September 19, 2012
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Assouline specializes in luxury books on art, fashion, and lifestyle. You’ve probably seen the eye-catching, glossy-paged books resting beautifully on a coffee table. But now you can experience the concept instead of just reading about it. The French husband and wife duo have decided to […]

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The Best Scones in London…

September 17, 2012
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come at a steep price, but look no further than the Ritz London, the charming iconic luxury hotel in Green Park. Notting Hill, anyone? From all my 20+ afternoon tea experiences, the Ritz is the reigning champion of the scone. Light, fluffy, and buttery…just how I […]

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The Best Blues Bar in London…

September 11, 2012
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is without a doubt, Ain’t Nothin’ But A Blues Bar. In fact, it’s probably one of the best bars in Soho, with a low-key atmosphere and interesting people. In operation since 1993, Ain’t Nothin’ But A Blues Bar is a mecca for blues enthusiasts […]

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Some of the Best Cocktail Bars in Berlin

August 27, 2012
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Berlin’s nightlife is as diverse as the city itself, and due to the influx of international residents and visitors in the past few years, the city now features a nightlife scene that can certainly rival any other European metropolis. It’s much more than a watering hole […]

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A Spot of Tea, Please: Afternoon Tea in London

August 26, 2012
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“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea…from five o’clock to eight is on certain occasions a little eternity; but on such an occasion as this the interval could be only an eternity of […]

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The Best Hot Chocolate in Paris…

August 23, 2012
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is at La Maison Angelina, a tearoom on the famous Rue de Rivoli, near the Louvre Museum. Established in 1903, this quaint cafe is a favorite among local Parisians and tourists alike. It literally is the best and richest cup of hot chocolate you will ever try. It […]

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