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New York City
There’s no other city in the world quite like New York. Fact. The must-see list is mind boggling, and more than a little likely to induce a serious case of FOMO. From the sceney hipster enclaves of Brooklyn to the cobblestone streets in Greenwich Village that still echo the Beat generation, there’s something about the chaotic, anything goes melting-pot that is NYC. This quick-change artist is capable of transforming overnight, but don’t worry – we’re here to show you our time-tested stalwarts, the new up-and-comers, and everything in between.
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Hong Kong
Hong Kong is where remnants of tradition and old-world colonialism collides with Chinese modernity at breakneck speed. They say a New York minute is a Hong Kong second, and it certainly feels that way in the ‘Fragrant Harbor’. Soaring mountains cascade down into one of the world’s most densely populated cities, packed with hole-in-the-wall noodle shops, luxury hotels, hedonistic nightclubs, and world-class shopping. But you’ve also got outer lying villages where time has stood still for centuries, and secluded hiking trails with nary a soul to be seen. These contrasts only heighten HK’s intrigue.
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Austin
‘Hunting’ in this Texan city is effortless: there are always fantastic bands lighting up the night, or a brand new restaurant luring you in by the nostrils. So don your finest cowboy hat and drop into an art gallery/yoga studio for a stretch and some culture, enjoy the finest New American cuisine, strum on a vintage guitar at a classic musicians’ mecca, and soak up the sun with a dip in the most glorious springs and creeks.
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Movember Series
Gatehouse Publishing and The HUNT Guides are proud to put down our razors this month along with millions of other men around the world in support of the Movember Foundation. For the past two years, we've worked with the Movember Foundation to produce and distribute a custom city guide series dedicated to those independent, passionate businesses in each city that truly embody the Movember spirit. You can find all of these guides in businesses around the world and also as free downloads on this website. If you’d like to get involved with the Movember Foundation, please visit movember.com … ‘stache on Mo bros.
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Frankfurt
Approach Frankfurt by car or by train and, still miles away, the skyline will greet you, small and toy-like, a movie-set painted on the horizon. In the moment that I see it, I feel something that I have never felt for another city, and the sight of the skyline is a welcome home. She is a city that does not reveal herself quickly. Consider this guide then as a few whispered secrets from someone who has been on the hunt here for years and who in the chase, fell in love with this enigmatic city and found herself, finally, home.
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London
We thought we knew this city inside and out, and then we worked on this book. What unfurled was a journey of discovery and an all-encompassing appreciation for a city oozing with independent creative talents, quirky English experiences, and the rich tapestry of pretty much every nationality in existence.
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San Francisco
Though we don't like to play favorites, we do love working on this particular title. Wandering around San Francisco and the East Bay on a warm, sun-filled day, where everything seems touched by gold and the bay sparkles – there's nowhere else like it. It's on these days that even when we’re circling for a parking spot for the 15th time, our love for the city stays intact.
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Singapore
From the smoky temples and dim sum houses of Chinatown to the bustling markets and colorful streetlife of Little India to the carpet bazaars and tea parlors of the Arab Quarter to the glitz and glamour of Orchard Road - there’s something magical happening here. Welcome to The HUNT Singapore.

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Sneak peek into The HUNT London – Zucca

  Situated near the end of one of London’s most renowned streets for dining, Zucca takes the local competition in its stride. With a traditional Italian kitchen presenting smartly sourced food in a pleasantly contemporary and spacious setting, it’s easy to see how this place maintains its popularity. Emphasis is…

Meeting MISCHA – An interview with Michelle Lai

Michelle Lai’s eponymous bag label MISCHA began as a hobby which swiftly grew into a full time gig and then some. From her handmade, one-of-a-kind clutches made from vintage Japanese obis and kimonos to her ultra-stylish totes in a signature print, this gal has bagged herself (ahem, excuse the pun)…

INTRODUCING: The HUNT SAN FRANCISCO – INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR LAUREN LADOCEOUR

Who doesn’t love SF? If you want to explore the City by the Bay beyond the well-trodden trail of cable cars, now-defunct prisons and touristy seafood joints, pick up a copy of The HUNT San Francisco. This beautiful little book fits snugly in the back pocket of your jeans, or…

The Travelling Chopsticks

Armed with a suitcase and a spatula, Alex Estrada from foodie travel blog The Travelling Chopsticks eats her way around the world; posting recipes, restaurant and hotel reviews, and travel experiences along the way. The British-Swede grew up in Singapore and has also lived in the UK, Mexico and Brazil, sprouting…

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

For all you last minute Lucy’s out there who have yet to buy your holiday gifts, naughty naughty.  Are you waiting for the elves to do your work for you? Well, have no fear, The HUNT is here with some nifty places to score fabulous and artisanal gifts. Read on…

SOXKS – Give Your Feet a Treat

  Arthur Burnand and Matt Bowden are sock connoisseurs. The dapper duo are both hardworking corporate cats who have a penchant for below the belt necessities. We’re talking the kind that cover your…um…feet. The result is SOXKS, a fun, vibrant take on the usually dour, plain black variety. The HUNT…

MOVEMBER – FACIAL ATTRACTION

So we’ve hit the landmark mid-way point in Movember, and in case you’ve been living under a rock or in Timbuktu, you’ll probably have noticed an increase of furry faces on the streets… No, it’s not Burt Reynolds tribute month, it’s all in aid of men’s health and raising awareness…

Unique Interior Shops Around the World

There’s nothing better than sitting down with a cup of tea, sipped in that one-of-a-kind antique porcelain cup from a Parisian flea market, and reminiscing over langorous days enjoying multiple croissants and café au laits. Or snuggling up on the couch, reclining against those well-worn Ikat-print cushions, bought for a song…

WOK N’STROLL with Karni Tomer, Food Explorer

The affable, Israeli-born Karni is a self-professed food explorer. When she moved to the Lion City five years ago, she made it her mission to eat her way through the markets, hawker stalls and local restaurants of Singapore.  She is a smiling culinary beacon that will lead you through the…

Carry On – The Rise of The Leather Satchel Co

I’m obsessed with handbags. I absolutely adore bags of all kind- this season’s oversized clutches, minaudieres, totes, hobos, messengers, slings… You get my drift. But the bags that get pulled out of my closet time and time again are the larger, more practical ones that can fit everything but the…

Meals on Wheels – The Food Truck Revolution

First it was Fro-Yo. Then it was cupcakes. Dessert bars started popping up like mushrooms in a forest. Peruvian cuisine became muy caliente. Tapas sharing plates became de riguer, Foraging for your food in Scandinavia is now considered a gastronomic experience, rather than the byproduct of a camping trip. And…

RONIN

Canadian-born Matt Abergel has had Hong Kong’s foodies in a frenzy since launching Yardbird two years ago. They found success and critical acclaim with brilliantly simple chicken-only yakitori with a twist, in their stark, loud, sceney, Brooklyn-esque venue on Bridges street, which instantly became the hottest table in town. Now…

Artisan Boatworks

I grew up in a boating family. Every July I was sent on a week-long sailing course in the Swedish archipelago. Swedes are a hardy, sea faring people and I remember one particular “summer” when I was tossed into 11 degree waters for a routine swimming test. Besides me, none…

Father’s Day 2013

Father’s Day is nearly upon us, and we’ve scoured the globe to track down fabulous gifts from unique retailers to spoil your Pops with. Read on for our top picks. Amouage For discerning debonair Dads who like to smell their best, a bottle from the renowned Omani perfume house Amouage…

Like That One

Like many expats on this tiny island, I’m a bit sheepish about admitting that even though you can cross Singapore east to west in an hour, there are several neighbourhoods I’ve never set foot in – Bukit Batok in the west being one of them. However, in recent weeks I’ve…

Frock-ing good shopping at Willow & Huxley

Located in the heart of Chinatown, Willow & Huxley is a veritable candy store for grown-up gals, boasting racks full of carefully curated pieces that will take you from boardroom to bar in a flash. Tucked away at the far end of Amoy Street, this beautifully renovated shop is a…