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Smoker's Lounge

G and I both smoke. We don’t encourage it, but we do it. We drink too, by the way.

But times have indeed changed when I would sit through long Pan-Am flights where I would play with ashtrays on the armrest with traces of ash dust. 312 more words


What is your favorite cheap bar or restaurant in Philly you consider to be a hidden gem?

Nightlife can be expensive – especially on a shoestring budget. For millennials that live in the city, it’s all about the “hidden gem,” underground spots to eat and drink. 256 more words


Budget Style Entertainment

It’s safe to say that entertainment, whether in small or large doses, can be second nature to most people. While some find it impossible to afford various activities and social events, others manage to search for the hottest and trendiest locations that fit into their budgets. 245 more words


City Date Nights

In both the city of brotherly love and nearby Downtown Lancaster- which is an area currently booming with a resurgence of art,music, and culture- students love having the city at their fingertips for a night of fun and endless possibilities. 202 more words


Hotbox London

With summer approaching much too slowly for my liking, it takes a lot to drag me out from under the duvet on the weekends. However, … 629 more words


The Hand and Flowers

Over the Easter weekend, P surprised me with a booking at the 2 michelin star pub in Marlow, The Hand and Flowers. Owned by Tom Kerridge, one of P’s favourite chefs, and who I had become familiar with since moving to the UK from his appearances on Sunday Brunch and the Great British Menu, it was fair to say we were both more than a bit excited to score a table.  727 more words

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Madrid nightlife: from dusk till dawn

From urbane bars to foot-stomping flamenco, Guy Wilkinson experiences the sizzling nightlife of Spain’s capital.

Madrid’s nightlife is positively fizzing. But where to start? A city so rich in culture can make deciding where to begin like trying to fathom why people are laughing during an Adam Sandler movie–utterly bewildering. 996 more words