Are you tired of the local bistro or bar? Do you feel like an adventure, getting away and a new experience somewhere that’s original, mysterious yet welcoming? Part treasure hunt, part return to childhood, the places selected by Cityoki in the three great cultural capitals, Paris, London and New York, will not leave you indifferent.
Located behind Place de la Concorde, the Buddha-Bar Paris offers a pleasant setting with a tranquil atmosphere, complemented by lounge music.
You don’t know where to go or what to do during your trip to Paris? Take a look at Cityoki’s pick of the month!
Located near the Place de la Republique, l’Atelier des Artistes is a unique venue, with a restaurant, bar and private rooms in a Scandinavian decor also available.
Pop-up stores are on a roll: these creative and unusual temporary installations are appearing all around the world – as shops, restaurants and galleries. There are even pop-up bars! To really make the most of the festivities during the winter season, Cityoki takes you on a tour of the best pop-up bars and temporary cinemas in the big cities.
Popular with night owls and fans of cocktails and good whisky, the Forvm, one of the oldest cocktail bars in Paris, has relaunched after its sudden closure, to the delight of all fans of the good life, Parisian-fashion.
To help cope with the heat of a Parisian summer, Cityoki has sought out the trendiest places for a relaxed drink in outstanding surroundings. Beside the River Seine, high above Paris or in a floating garden – all you have to do is take your pick!
Much appreciated by hipsters, the Irish bar The Penrose, located in the well-known Upper East Side neighbourhood, offers a pleasant and relaxed ambiance in vintage surroundings.