As I’ve probably mentioned in this blog a few times, I love hybrid venues. They always make me feel like there’s purpose to the place, one the exceeds the love of coffee (which is obviously a very worthy purpose!). I also feel like often times these spaces are a great place to build a community … More Bikes and Coffee
One of Tel-Aviv’s biggest and most famous markets is the “Carmel” market. The Carmel market offers food, clothes, housewares, souvenirs and more. It’s a colorful, fun place to visit while in Tel-Aviv. The Carmel market is located pretty much in the city center, in a neighborhood call Kerem Ha-Teimanim, which literally translates into “The Yemenite … More The “vineyard”
After telling you about a few of less obvious picks for London, I’m gonna share a short list of cafes I liked best. All of which are located in central, well known areas in the city. Nordic Bakery I came across this place by accident, while I was trying to get to Farm Girl Cafe … More London’s Finest
As promised, here are a few recommendations for cafes in the Clerckenwell-Shoreditch area (for a couple more, see my previous post). As Clerckenwell and Shoreditch have so many cool places you can visit, it was not easy to narrow it down, but I did my best. Moreover, I’m sure there are many more cool spots I … More The (not so) Far East (London)
Tel Aviv is known as a hipster haven, and for a good reason. This laid back yet slightly neurotic city is the perfect greenhouse for hipsters. Since they are so easy to find here, and since I like hipster places better than mainstream ones, I’ve already told you about quite a few places which are … More Hip Hip(ster), Hooray!
In one of my previous posts I have already recommended you a few vegan places in Tel-Aviv, but as Tel Aviv has so many of them, and so many good ones (!), I decided there are a few more places that deserve to be featured in my blog. Unlike my previous post about vegan places in … More Vegan in Tel Aviv (take 2)
Cafelix is a small and homey chain, which pretty much introduced Tel-Aviv to the third wave of coffee. Coffee in Israel was always a part of the culture, it was strong and on the bitter side, probably taking after the local Arab and Turkish cultures. However, Israel, and Tel-Aviv in particular, has also become a … More Cafelix – Third wave coffee