The success story of Berwick Street Market and a chat with one of its newest additions.
Navigating food waste reduction in Copenhagen, whilst also discovering delicious food on a budget.
An independent cultural haven hidden away on the fourth floor of Porto’s Manuel Passos Garage.
A fresh take on gallery dining. Contemporary dishes made on site, and impeccable coffee from one of Bristol’s leading baristas, The Epiphany has provided a culinary uplift to Bristol’s oldest art gallery.
Rooted in the heart of the Marais, a natural and sustainable brunching spot has sprung. WILD & THE MOON teaches us something about eating well.
We talk to Nick Johnson, founder of Independents, about the complex art of running a modern independent business.
A bright and airy space filled with gaggles of friends, families with prams and solo workers buried in laptops and notepads – Saucer and Cup ticks every box of a proper neighbourhood café.
An inventive menu in a historic setting, Mercato Vianova brings the creative passion of a young independent to the classic architecture of Perugia’s cobbled centre.
Meet Joh, the one-man-band behind Stokes Croft’s intrepid fashion hub, That Thing.
A haven away from the buzz of Barcelona, this homely bistro offers great food, a warm atmosphere and friendly service in equal measure.
The ‘Maison du Zéro Déchet’ opened in Paris in July 2017 as a space for discussion on all things zero waste. Workshops, conferences and screenings are on offer, and a shop is equipped with everything you need to start reducing your environmental footprint.
Rebecca Vera is the brains behind Veras, Copenhagen’s circular clothing concept, a shop and online platform whereby you can continually update your wardrobe with vintage and secondhand clothes. We caught up with Rebecca Vera to find out more about the inspirations for her start up and why she’s so passionate about sustainable fashion.