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The Best Coffee Shops in New York City

The Best Coffee Shops in New York City

Experiencing caffeine withdrawal can exponentially drain one’s energy. Though you can grab a lukewarm, watery cup of joe at any bodega, you shouldn’t — instead, hit up these specialty slingers. Tucked in Greenwich Village is Caffé Reggio and their 1902 espresso machine; it created their first cappuccino and the antique…

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Top Aussie Coffee

Top Aussie Coffee

It’s no secret that Australia is particular about its coffee – which is why they produce some of the best cups in the world. But when you head Down Under, not just any old café is going to impress with their brew of the day which is why we’re chuffed…

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Singapore’s Coffee Specialists

Singapore’s Coffee Specialists

You may not associate Singapore with killer coffee, but you should. The island has tons of fantastic options, from sleek, industrial-chic joints dedicated to single-origin pour-overs to snug spaces ideal for wiling away an hour with a nice cup of joe. Though you’re spoiled for choice, these are The HUNT…

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48 Hours in Austin

48 Hours in Austin

Austin has long beckoned creative souls, musicians and offbeat misfits. But in the past few years, its appeal has extended to techies, indie filmmakers and foodies, too. It’s a mix that elsewhere might struggle to find common ground — not so in Austin. A blend of Southern hospitality and earthy…

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48 Hours in Dublin

48 Hours in Dublin

Dublin is a master of reinvention. From boom to bust, the city has seen its fair share of highs and lows, but has always managed to pick itself up, dust itself off and start all over again. Right now, north and south of the River Liffey, a wave of new…

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48 Hours in Amsterdam

48 Hours in 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. The Dutch word gezellig perhaps best describes the capital’s unique allure….

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The Flea Markets Worth Your While in San Francisco

The Flea Markets Worth Your While in San Francisco

  The list of things that will get The HUNT San Francisco writer Lauren Ladoceour up before dawn is brief. The open-air flea market at the Alameda Point Antiques Faire in East Bay on the first Sunday of the month makes the cut though. Diehards and interior designers rise early…

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The Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

The Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

The U.S. capitol is way more than a government town of politicians and bureaucrats – there’s historic neighborhoods, engaging museums, restaurants run by world-class chefs and a vibrant scene of entrepreneurs running boutiques, multi-concept shops and pop-ups. So where should you stay when you swing into The District? We think…

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48 Hours in Chicago

48 Hours in Chicago

The birthplace of the skyscraper and home to some of the most famed architecture on the planet, Chicago is not only strikingly beautiful, but a city where dreams come true. Maybe it’s the strong sense of community and support inherent in Midwesterners. Maybe it’s the chip on our shoulder from…

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Singapore’s Top Brunch Spots

Singapore’s Top Brunch Spots

It used to be that brunch in Singapore was a high-end affair that took place in hotels on Sundays, and consisted of a buffet with free-flow Champagne and a very hefty price tag. Thankfully, a more casual weekend brunch bug has bitten Singaporeans, and laid-back spots have popped up all…

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