Contributors / Josh Fehnert

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Talk of the town

In the first part of our grand draft to upgrade urban living, we outline the sights, sounds, spaces and street life that should be the starting points for every city neighbourhood.

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Tasteful plans

Who would have thought that the humble food market might be the key to urban renewal? It’s an age-old idea that’s just waiting for a timely update. Here’s how...

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13. After sun

Tilting your chin up and away from your phone gives time and space to reflect.

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Growing gains

One rewarding way to soften our cityscapes and add life to our homes is with plants. Here we offer a few fail-safe tips for growers and a call to action to let your civic pride spread beyond your four walls.

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Lessons learnt

Josh Fehnert REPORTING from London: With public spaces shuttered and a third of the world in lockdown, coronavirus has fundamentally altered how we do business. But change isn’t always bad. Here are some positive takehomes…

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Feed your curiosity

Restaurants are off the menu for many but there’s no excuse for not eating well. Here we share some hearty, fuss-free and uplifting dishes that are simple to make and even easier to enjoy.

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Sweet spot

Vienna’s Kaffeekultur is world famous and so are its teeming cake counters. We meet the folk behind the city’s best Mehlspeisen and ask how the capital cornered all things confectionery.

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Gentle manifesto

Fuss and hurry? They’ve been and gone. Start the new decade as you mean to go on. Take stock and choose the scenic route. Our gentle manifesto sketches a picture of taking it a little easier in the years to come.

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From the ground up

Irish TV chef and food writer Darina Allen has trained generations of chefs at her Ballymaloe cookery school but fears a loss of skills in the kitchen. She talks public health, the perils of oat milk and the agrarian rev…

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Step up to the plate

Welcome to Monocle’s very first survey on hosting at home (don’t worry about wiping your feet on the way in). Over the coming pages you’ll learn about everything from diplomacy in the dining room to a few fail-safe recipes…

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Food for thought

Our culinary correspondents chew the fat, filleting topics such as the use of needlessly exotic ingredients, work lunches and The Human League. Hungry for more?

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The Monocle Restaurant Awards

Our fifth annual Restaurant Awards celebrate great drinking and dining without the foam, fuss and trickery. Let us show you to your table.

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Takeaways to consider

What we learned while putting together this year’s ‘Drinking & Dining Directory’.

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An inside job

As hotels adapt to changing tastes, their interior designers are innovating. We meet three young firms equal to the task.

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Top of the shops

A tour of Row DTLA reveals a walkable side to shopping in the City of Angels plus plenty of divine takehomes.

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What works?

We were told that workplaces would become less relevant but the opposite is true. Here’s how to improve your lot.

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If you build it, they will come

From how to create a welcoming lobby with just the right amount of hubbub to who to hire to tend your kitchen, here is our advice for budding hoteliers looking to create a spot that is welcoming for both locals and out-of…

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The Principal

With its imposing 19th-century architecture, madcap marble interior, tasteful public areas and lively restaurants and bars, The Principal feels far more mature than most London openings of late. We book in and get a taste…

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Happy returns

Buffets might seem a little passé but we celebrate three elevating the art in Lisbon, Hong Kong and San Francisco.

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The Monocle Restaurant Awards

There’s plenty to be written about novel restaurants and fresh chefs and we celebrate them most months in Monocle. But what of the neighbourhood spots that have catered for us for years, or those special openings with the…

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