[Photographs: Liz Clayton, unless otherwise noted] New York City boasts one of the broadest selections of places to drink—or buy things to drink—in the entire world. Why's it so hard, then, to find a shop?
Quiet New York by Siobhan Wall was released this month by Frances Lincoln Publishers, is a guide to finding some peace in the frenetic cityscape. It features 150 places across the five boroughs, ranging
The Old Coffee House, Soho At first glance, this Beak Street boozer is indistinguishable from its Soho competitors. Its 18th-century interior is decorated with tourist-titillating vintage tat. Almost pop
Paris might hold the crown of most romantic city in the popular imagination, but London isn't short of sensational spots for a smooch at any time of the day. Hellbent on a romance during your time in This
Seeing New York City's biggest attractions can mean spending a hefty chunk of your trip budget on tickets. Empire State Building? $36. The Guggenheim and the Whitney both go for $25. Even the Frick is