Madrid: Playful Drinks at Chueca’s La Tita Rivera

Tucked down a side street nearby the vibrant Calle Fuencarral is the trendy tapas restaurant and bar, La Tita Rivera, a spot as trendy as the surrounding Chueca neighborhood. Homely yet modern, the playful industrial design contrasts white brick walls and exposed brewery equipment with colorful mismatched chairs that look as if they could have […]

Montreal: Weekend Brunch at Le Pois Penché

A blend of traditional and trendy, Le Pois Penché is an upscale French bistro inspired by the style and spirit of Paris in the 1940’s. Stepping through the entrance way transfers guests back in time to a period of refined sophistication and luxury. The plush red chairs and red leather banquettes stand in stark contrast […]

Montreal: Brasserie Les Enfants Terrible

Having opened in 2008, Les Enfants Terribles was borne of the spontaneous musings of Francine Brûlé over a family dinner. Teaming with Artistic director Alexandre Brûlé Brosseau and architect-designer Louis-Joseph Papineau, a corner building in the Outremont neighborhood was transformed into an alluring, warming yet stylishly modern restaurant and bar space. The playful theme derived […]

Montreal Poutine in the Vieux Port

Originating in Quebec in the 1950’s, poutine, a dish of thick cut fries, covered in gravy and cheese curds, has since become one of the most popular regional cuisines in the province. Montreal Poutine, located in the heart of Old Montreal, serves up some of the best in the city. The classic poutine is always […]

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