Seven of the World’s Most Beautiful Pubs, Cafés, and Wine Bars


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Seven of the World’s Most Beautiful Pubs, Cafés, and Wine Bars

They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts, but this selection of picturesque drinking establishments begs to differ. From classic London pubs, to chic Parisian cafés, to an award-winning NYC amaro bar, we rounded up of some of the world’s most beautiful places to get a drink.

 

 

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Churchill Arms, London

The Churchill Arms is a crown jewel among London’s countless pubs. Built in 1750, the real-ale-serving public house is a favorite among tourists and locals alike. Its signature flower arrangement reportedly costs over $30,000 a year to maintain.

 

 

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Café L’Affiche, Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s Café L’Affiche is a popular hangout with Amsterdammers, a sure sign it’s worth a visit. It has a charming outdoor seating and a cozy interior. Stop by for delicious Dutch beer, and stick around to chat with the friendly locals.

 

 

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Le Consulat, Paris

Said to be a favorite of notable artists like Picasso, Van Gogh, and Monet, Le Consulat is an eye-catching Parisian café boasting an impressive list of local wines. Sip a glass on the cobbled terrace for the full Parisian experience.

 

 

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The Cross Keys, London

Situated in bustling Covent Garden, the Cross Keys is a stone’s throw from many of London’s top tourist attractions. Take a moment to appreciate the ornate exterior before stepping inside for a well-earned pint in a salon brimming with Victorian character.

 

 

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Antica Trattoria da Pietro al Pantheon, Rome

Tucked away on a side street steps from Rome’s ancient Pantheon church, Antica Trattoria offers laid-back local cuisine and wines. It is a stunning example of a traditional Italian trattoria.

 

 

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Maison Sauvage, Paris

Maison Sauvage is a people watcher’s paradise. Located in Paris’s photogenic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood, the restaurant’s terrace is ideal for watching the world go by while enjoying a curated house cocktail.

 

 

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Caffe Dante, NYC

Situated in the heart of Greenwich Village, this 100-year-old bar specializes in amaro cocktails, and is regularly voted among the best in the world. There’s nowhere better to enjoy a world-class drink (of which there are four pages worth!) than Dante’s cozy terrace.

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