In the mood to wind down with a glass of wine after a busy day in the city? For the ultimate experience, head to one of New York’s top wine bars.
The city of Lisbon is home to some of the best restaurants in Portugal. If you’re in search of restaurants that specialise in fusion cuisine and playful flavours, or if you’re simply hungry for something less traditional, check out these international dining options.
Spanish wine needs little introduction; the third largest producer of wine in the world, Spain’s reputation follows only that of France and Italy. And of course as everyone knows, wine-producing countries tend to keep the best stuff for themselves so we’ve put together a list of four of our favourite wine bars where you can sample the best of Spain’s wine.
Home to some of Europe’s finest seafood and a world recognised port, Lisbon’s dining scene has a growing reputation. With three of the city’s restaurants having been awarded their first Michelin star last year, Portugal’s capital goes beyond custard tarts and a strong beverage. LUXOS explore’s Lisbon’s best new restaurants that you must trial.
Become an expert wine connoisseur at one of Landau's most discerning vino locations.
A delectable experience that fuses German and Japanese flavours, this restaurant is definitely a bucket list recomendation for Munich.
Grapes Weinbar is exactly what it says on the tin: exceptional wines, renowned labels and a demure setting. The perfect evening is about to ensue, so let's raise a glass at Grapes.
Discovering recent trends in the culinary arts, we've looked up the cream of the crop when it comes to dining in Munich.
Each Bordeaux wine has a certain je ne sais quoi to it. Visit this famous region and enjoy a glass of some of the very best wines that France has to offer.