Running in parallel to Lyon’s coffee renaissance is a robust cocktail movement.
Here are some of the best coffeeshops in Lyon.
Lyon is my favorite French city by far, and seriously underrated.
Paris can kiss my ass.
Many Americans have a mental image of “French Life” that runs somewhere along these lines: smoking at outdoor café tables, bicycling alongside a river with a baguette under an arm, wearing scarves and generally looking “chic,” drinking wine while discussing culture and art. And of course, all of this takes place with the Eiffel Tower as backdrop,…
My friend and I looked at each other– “is that what it looks like?”
Lyon is full of lovely little shops run by talented designers and artists hoping to sell their unique wares at a fair price
On a clear blue-and-yellow morning, there are few things more satisfying than a stroll through the art, book, and food markets along the Saône in Lyon.
Hundreds of covered alleyways called traboules burrow through Lyon’s older neighborhoods and harbor relics from across the centuries.
Ever wonder what lives in the Saône? Holy f#$k, THIS does. Honestly, I was kind of rooting for the sea monster. It put up a valiant fight.