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Everything That’s Worth Drinking in Paris, According to Danico’s Nico de Soto

Everything That’s Worth Drinking in Paris, According to Danico’s Nico de Soto

Nico de Soto’s name is synonymous with cocktail culture. At Mace, his small but mighty cocktail bar in New York City’s East Village, the internationally accented drinks are a direct reflection of de Soto’s decorated passport. A native Frenchman, avid traveler, and global bar veteran, de Soto is a cotton tee-clad impresario. His smart, creative palate […]

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Rooftop Cocktails and Punk-Rock Karaoke at the World’s 10 Coolest Hostel Bars

Rooftop Cocktails and Punk-Rock Karaoke at the World’s 10 Coolest Hostel Bars

While hostels have historically had a reputation as dirty, undesirable places for broke backpackers, that’s not always the case. Hostels have always served as bustling social hubs. The best ones in cities like Berlin, Paris, Miami, and beyond have killer nightclubs, pool bars, historic watering holes, and even breweries on site.

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Your 24 Hour Guide To Paris’ Hidden Gem: Belleville

Your 24 Hour Guide To Paris’ Hidden Gem: Belleville

There’s a vision of Paris we all have in our heads; one of manicured tree-lined streets, Haussmannian-style architecture, and that beautiful little tower glimmering in the distance. But what if we told you there was a tucked-away neighborhood in the City of Light where rainbow walls of graffiti paint the backdrop, Algerian-style pastries take precedence over […]

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What You Can Learn About Wine From Drinking With The French

What You Can Learn About Wine From Drinking With The French

Drinking wine in France reminds me of eating lobster in Maine. For many Americans, French wine and lobster mean white tablecloths, snotty staff and confusing methods – Oh, and wallet-busting expensive. But the reality is drinking wine in France or eating lobster in Maine is practically effortless. And, delicious. Of course, delicious. In France, all […]

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