Monthly Archives: June 2017

Where to Catch Live Tunes in Austin

On any given night, you can wander down the streets of Austin, Texas and hear live bands wailing through doorways. Music purveyors and appreciators exist on such a wide spectrum here that come nightfall, you can usually find something to suit your precise taste and mood – though HUNT Austin…

Celebrating Pride in San Francisco

During the last week of every June, the Pride celebration takes over San Francisco, most notably with a fabulous parade that rolls down Market Street from Beale to 8th Streets.  But even if you’re not in town for the extravaganza, you can get a taste of Pride any night of…

48 Hours in Seattle
Jun 27th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Seattle

It’s been said that Seattle, like Rome, is defined by seven hills. A stretch perhaps, but in the 15 years that HUNT Seattle writer Jenise Silva has lived there, she’s witnessed a dizzying number of events that have helped shape the town from the  WTO protests in 1999, the first…

The Definitive Guide to Tailors in Bangkok

Tailors are as prolific as massage parlors in Bangkok, due mainly to the comparatively bargain prices (think US$500 for a bespoke cashmere suit) and amazingly speedy turnaround times: in these parts, customized shirts and trousers can be created in 48 hours with only one fitting. That said, you probably won’t…

Sneak Peek of The HUNT Melbourne

Discovering Melbourne’s finest facets requires a little hide-and-seek. Though it doesn’t have the sweeping harbor views of some Australian cities, it is the country’s coffee capital, and there’s a quiet charm that lies in its undercurrent of cool. Brunch is a religion here and the gems in this storied town…

48 Hours in Hong Kong
Jun 19th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Hong Kong

From admiring the soaring skyscrapers to strolling in historic streets, from discovering galleries and unique boutiques to lazing on a junk boat, different things await you every day in Hong Kong. By day follow hiking trails that lead to white sandy beaches, villages on stilts or ancient monasteries, and by…

Father’s Day Dining Guide

This Father’s Day, instead of wracking your brain trying to figure out the best present (Another tie? Another barbecue sauce trio? More golf balls?) treat the father figure in your life to an incredible meal at one of these restaurants across the globe. Café de Klos – Amsterdam Looking for…

Sneak Peek at The HUNT Amsterdam

Composed of a vast labyrinth of canals, steep 17th-century houses that lean on one another like age-old friends and a maze of dazzling cobblestone streets and bridges, Amsterdam is a small city that packs a big punch of charm. With some of the most notable museums in the world, relaxed…

48 Hours in Berlin
Jun 12th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Berlin

In many ways, Berlin defies description. It has never been the prettiest or most polished European city, and yet it has easily enchanted so many – not just today, but in many generations past. When David Bowie moved to Berlin in the late 1970s to record what would be some…

D.C.’s Swankiest Speakeasies

Washington has a number of hideaways dedicated to the art of the cocktail, in rather varied aesthetics and neighborhoods. The Gibson, the District’s first and premier secret drinking destination, transport you so thoroughly back to the 1920s that you’d swear you stepped into a time machine, if it weren’t for…

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