Welcome to San Francisco, a city where the only things steeper than the hills are the rent and cocktail prices. People love to love this city, and also hate to hate it. I’ve met the most proud San Francisconians. When you mention the city’s name, it’s like a light switches on, people are enchanted byContinue reading “The Vibe: A Foray into San Francisco’s Cocktail Culture”
That is a rare feat in Paris, a city where pretension is commonplace, and high quality is well, not rare, but sometimes harder to find than you’d think.
The 46 Bar is a neighbourhood feel-good, casual cocktail bar between Strasbourg St. Denis and Republique. But unless you see it street-side at the exact right time of day, you might miss it. They label themselves a true ‘New York’ cocktail bar. Now the 46 doesn’t resemble any bar in New York that I know,Continue reading “Portrait: The 46 Bar in the 10th Arrondissement of Paris”
The Little Red Door is less of a speakeasy, and more of an idea. Whereas other speakeasies are hidden by facades–telephone booths, taquerias and dark alleys–this speakeasy rests behind a Ferrari Testarossa of a door. It calls the attention to all who pass. Le Carreau De Temple – 3e On a bright Saturday afternoon, IContinue reading “Portrait: The Little Red Door in the Haut Marais of Paris”
A One Night Look at Gravity Bar on December 1st, 2018.