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New York times: new bars in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Most visitors to New York City stick to Manhattan where some of the world’s best bars can be found, from the five-star hotels of Midtown to the speakeasies of the East Village. But for cocktail lovers, it is becoming essential … Continue reading

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Time to end the Clapham confusion

Getting the location right is key to any bar business. At Bar magazine, we often come across bars, restaurants and clubs saying they are located in a cool, glamorous part of town when they are out on the fringes or … Continue reading

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Norwegian rhapsody: exploring the bars of Bergen

Juan P Reales has worked at top London bars including Lab and Roadhouse but, much to the delight of Scandinavian cocktail lovers, he is now in Norway’s second city, Bergen. He is bar manager at Soho Kitchen & Lounge, a … Continue reading

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Island bar hopping: in search of cocktails in Palma

For many visitors, the island of Mallorca is about sunburned bodies and warm beer on the packed tourist beaches of Magalluf or Cala Major. But linger in the island’s capital, Palma, and you can not only soak up some history … Continue reading

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Poles apart: a snapshot of Kraków’s bars

Be careful when you ask for a cocktail in Kraków: you may get a fruity drink made with ice cream and yoghurt – and no alcohol. But the western European definition is widely understood and, despite the Polish tradition of … Continue reading

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Morocco bound: a trip round the bars of Marrakech

When Sex and the City 2 was released this summer, Marrakech was put under the glamour spotlight as a location stand-in for Abu Dhabi, helping to boost visitor numbers further since EasyJet opened up a route from London four years … Continue reading

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