If it's a pimped up grilled cheese sandwich you're looking for, then American Grilled Cheese Kitchen in San Francisco is your mecca.
A tale of blood, butchery & blood comes to an artisanal bitter brew from Vancouver, BC. Blood Alley Bitter.
Fat, delicious, handmade doughnuts in flavors like buttermilk old-fashioned & gingerbread at The Doughnut Vault, Chicago.
Fargginay - Two words: Bacon Cologne
Master chocolatiers rolling-out luxe sweets in a knockout interior: La Maison des Maitres Chocolatiers Belges, Brussels.
In Buenos Aires & looking for a late night libation? Follow the beautiful people to the muy chic Gran Bar Danzon.
Introducing The Red Koi sushi truck, serving up lychee lemonade, shrimp tacos, and sushi bento boxes. All on wheels. Only in Miami.
The open BBQ room at Estancia Vik in Jose Ignacio, Uruguay rocks graffiti-doused walls, a cool wood-burning asado, and heaps of organic grilled meats and fishes.
A fully functioning pen made out of candy, in flavors like watermelon, kiwi & banana. Now that's a pen worth gnawing on!
Wynwood Kitchen & Bar in Miami is an art gallery-meets-bistro-meets-watering hole that has Miami hipsters swooning. Think homemade sausages and Shepard Fairy painted walls.
Tucked away in Buenos Aires behind a poppy street art facade, Tegui is a standout eatery in this city for pushing traditional Argentine eats to an out-of-this-world place.
Introducing Ninutik: a new line of luxury maple sugar goods from Canadian artists, glass blowers, patissiers and more. Think maple whiskey gel and maple sugar pops!
Rock it like a hipster with these moustache mugs and put a little Magnum PI into your morning cuppa from Peter Ibruegger.
Lindy & Grundy butcher shop in LA is run by two rad, pioneering women who are changing the face of boutique butchering.
'Hallucinatory freezer cabinets of nitrogen-tipped ice creams and guilty pleasures’. The Icecreamists, London.
Artisanal chocolates & artistic packages come together for one standout series out of Denmark. These are some Chocolates with Attitude.
Ginger Wipe Out, Strawberry Surfer Girl, and Key Lime Cowabunga are some of the all-natural ice cream sandwiches from Malibu's Beachy Cream.
If you’re struggling to fulfill your 5-a-day vegetable quota, Petit Pois is here to help; more than half of the ingredients in these tasty cakes are vegetables.
The sad story of the man behind the Pilsner is given artistic redemption in Berlin as Ignatz Bier is launched for one night only.
Quebec-based Le Naked Lunch has dared to show us that the can is cool & canned meat just as appealing.
From self-proclaimed “gourmet designer” Leonardo di Renzo, these TYPUGLIA kits are a typography-geek-meets-foodie’s dream.
Clever with cardamom, brilliant with basil. Lior Lev Sercarz, owner of La Boîte á Epice in NYC, is a visionary spice maestro.
Bangalore Express in London serves up contemporary Indian cuisine within an interior that unabashedly mimics train booths - only more sleek and modern.
Waste not, want not. Greenhouse by Joost in Sydney is a striking, sustainable temporary restaurant that aims to be 100% waste free.
The Tippling Club is a bold Singaporean space where molecular mixology is married with chic design and cutting-edge gastronomy.
Mango lime cider in totally rad spring green bottles out of Sweden: Spring Edition!
Want a little cannabis butter on that bagel? At The Farmacy in LA, the ubiquitous food/ marijuana relationship is taken to a whole new level.
What Happens When in NYC is the result of one chef, one composer & two designers getting together, finding an abandoned restaurant & setting up shop.
Striking new wine series, Siete Pecados, boasts jaw-dropping labels each corresponding to another one of the seven deadly sins.
From UK-based rock n’ roll baker, Lily Vanilli, comes this edible bleeding heart, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Daylesford and Hepburn Mineral Springs Co. boasts a tantalizing collection of spring water, sparkling fresh fruit waters, and organic sodas, all made at its source in Melbourne.
The Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain ~ Egg creams, ice cream sundaes, and old school fountain sodas... this place has such a stellar retro feel!
Over 1500 wooden wine boxes cover every inch of The Albert Reichmuth wine boutique in Zurich from floor to ceiling.
Italian coffee, vivid romance, beautiful people, and jaw-dropping scenery. Welcome to the 2011 Lavazza calendar.
Meat butchered, sculpted & tweaked to look like Ben Franklin, Elvis, New Jersey, Texas & more. Channel your inner butcher at Meat America: a new food art show in Philadelphia.
Put on your protective goggles! Chin Chin Laboratorists in London is Europe's first nitrogen ice cream parlour.
The Blue Brew: Stilton cheese & ale, in one glass.
Impressionist inspired cookies & artistically sculptured cakes that will make your jaw drop from Maggie Austin Cake.
Quirky collared plates with zippers & cuffs from designer Marianne Van Ooij.
Hotchocspoons: chocolate on a spoon that’s ready to be dipped & swirled into a mug of milk to make a perfect cuppa cocoa.
What do you get when the head of a creative agency obsessed with chocolate, conceptualizes, designs, and opens his very own chocolate boutique-cum-cafe? Singapore’s Chocolate Research Facility.
From rhubarb mimicking that infamous Marilyn Monroe pose, to cherries sweetly kissing, the quirky illustrations that adorn these Food Story bottles are brilliant and bold.
Mother in Law's Kimichi combines Napa cabbage, chilli peppers, onions, scallions and a delicate blend of sauces to deliver a fiery punch of flavor.
Stunning reds, blues, and yellows pop brightly against the stark white interior at Theurel & Thomas: Mexico’s first and only house of macarons.