Hirschberg- Simply good, Italian food This is a true institution in Zurich’s city center close however it is relatively unknown to many locals. The restaurant can host roughly 25 people. Ambiance: Hirschberg is an über-cozy restaurant. The tiny dining room is lit with dozens of candles and has been decorated with a lot of, Read More

A former cinema in Seefeld has been turned into a restaurant – and there is much more than popcorn on the menu. In 1922 the restaurant was designed by Wilhelm Pfister-Picault and turned into a silent movie cinema. It was refurbished by Atelier Zurich this year and opened as a restaurant on 13 of, Read More

What better way to spend a post-brunch lazy Sunday afternoon than by exploring some of the interesting art exhibits that are currently on. The Kunstmuseum Winterthur features an exhibition of Édouard Vuillard who was part of Les Nabis, a group of post-impressionist painters. The Nabis art was influenced by art nouveau and symbolism and their subjects were often, Read More

Good things come to those who wait they say … and geez, Zurich’s Fashionista’s have shown angelic patience but the waiting has been worthwile. Zurich’s first COS store has opened. Yipee! The H&M owned brand offers beautifully tailored, subtle fashion at affordable prices without any frills. The shop’s highly anticipated opening was celebrated with a splendid opening, Read More

      It might be the light, the blue water, the romantic alleys or the many canals – there is something about Venice that is simply magical. The world’s capital of romance attracts millions of tourists from all over the world and in high season the city is so packed that you constantly, Read More