New York City
New York City's other districts
Lower East Manhattan Located just south of the East Village in Lower Manhattan, the Lower East Side is one of Manhattan's trendiest districts. This historically working class, immigrant area is now peppered with craft beer hangouts and artistic cocktail venues, with the crowd being primarily young, flirtatious and fabulous.
Midtown Manhattan Midtown is known for its hustle and bustle, so having a roster of bars where you can find even a little bit of respite is important. Cocktail bars are Midtown’s speciality. But where should you begin?
Williamsburg Some today will argue that Williamsburg, located in the borough of Brooklyn, has taken the crown from Manhattan as the coolest district in New York. It draws a young, creative crowd to its craft beer bars and cafes, many of which are set in magnificent refurbished buildings with exposed brick and high ceilings.
Glasgow’s new Gin Spa: let the relaxation be-gin! If you’ve always wondered what it’d be like combining gin with your spa day, then wonder no more! Glasgow’s Gin Spa, located in the heart of trendy Merchant City is here, and it’s ready to ease any and all stresses with its botanical-inspired treatments.
How to drink Drambuie: 3 simple cocktails Summer has come to an end. Winter is just around the corner, and you might need something to warm you up in preparation. That’s why we’d like to teach you how to drink Drambuie.
New drinks to try: Mahia, the Moroccan spirit you never knew existed Morocco will storm your senses. It’s a full-flavoured, terracotta mystery. Think zesty tagines, spotless sand dunes, and vibrant souks...
The NOLA Bar: London’s little piece of the Big Easy If your budget won't quite stretch to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, London's Roman Road has the next best thing: the NOLA Bar, a New Orleans-themed locale. With lashings of Big Easy ambience and a delicious food and drinks menu infused with Louisiana spirit, the NOLA Bar will soothe your wanderlust.