Photo: pinterest.com Looking for the best new bars and restaurants in Lviv? As much as guests and locals love long-time establishments and neighborhood standbys they also want to know what's new and what’s happening around them.
Photo: Pastateca Facebook Page Foursquare users riveted Pastateca as probably the best Italian place in Kyiv. This place in the downtown of the city offers perfect al dente pasta, killer (and traditional) pizza, amazing Italian desserts and antipasti.
Photo: Dizyngoff Facebook Page Odessa is a dynamic, energetic and somewhat decadent metropolis located on the coast of the Black Sea. Odessa is an ultimate Ukrainian destination for holidaymakers and regular party crowd with its sandy beaches, warm climate and dozens of beachside nightclubs. «Destinations» rounded up best new bars and restaurants to visit in Odessa this fall.
Photo: Mama ya doma Facebook Page «Mama ya doma» (Mom, I am home) restaurant creates more than just a dining room away from home. The restaurant’s atmosphere sets the stage. Here food takes the spotlight as guests become its audience. Music, lighting, artwork and spacing combined at «Mama ya doma» create comfort, intimacy and even romance.
Photo: Panorama Facebook Page While Kiev’s jazz scene isn’t yet on a par with other European cities, it does offer a growing selection of venues to get your soulful fix. If you're looking for a romantic place with fancy food and thoughtful entertainment in Kiev, ‘Panorama: Jazz, Wine and Cigars’ is your spot.
Photo Bernardazzi.com The gastro scene in Odessa in booming. With numerous restaurants opening each new summer season, the selection of options for eating out is impressive. «Destinations» brings the list of most popular places to eat in Odessa for you to enjoy famous southern Ukrainian hospitality.
Photo: UK Cafe Official Facebook page UK (United Kitchen) Café is a stylish and cozy restaurant for every day and for any occasion. As it claims, each guest is its friend and his friends are also its friends. That is why UK Café carries out ‘Mussels Unlimited’ festival during the whole week of July 25, 2016 – July 31, 2016 in Kiev!
On the 16th of June the regular TUCC meeting was held at Va Bene Bistro. This Italian restaurant of the Carte Blanche chain of restaurants is located in the heart of Kyiv opposite to the National Opera.
Pizza is one of the most popular dishes in the world. Surely, there is no better place to taste it than in Italy. However, Ukrainian capital can gratify the fans of Italian cuisine who can’t be satisfied with ordinary pizza delivery. Check out top 5 places to eat proper pizza in Kiev.
Summertime provides us a lot of opportunities to spend nice evenings outdoors. New "Easy Place" with amazing views on Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and cozy atmosphere invites everyone to spend unforgettable time with close friends in the downtown of Kiev.
Photo: Sanpaolo Official Facebook page If you lead a healthy lifestyle, pay attention to your diet and enjoy going to good restaurants, then you have to visit Sanpaolo - the most eco-friendly restaurant in Kiev.
Photo: Vapiano Ukraine official Facebook page “Chi va piano, va sano e va lontano”! According to an Italian proverb, if you have an easy-going and relaxed approach to life, you’ll live more healthily and longer. This is exactly the attitude that lives every day in every Vapiano restaurant around the world, including Vapiano in Kyiv.
A pioneer of post-Soviet Era of Real Estate market in Ukraine, Terry Pickard founded his company way back in 1992. During those 25 years, Pickard Real Estate & Asset Services has opened a line of specialized divisions, offering services in brokerage, leasing, and property management. Sure enough, Mr. Pickard faced multiple challenges of opening and sustaining business in a foreign country, yet he managed not only to overcome those, but find one more passion in his life. By founding The Connoisseur Club, Terry Pickard gathered fans of exquisite fine dining, who review various cuisine restaurants in Kyiv. Now he shares his challenges and achivements while living in Ukraine as well as his expectations about the future.
The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations expects the world population to reach 10 billion people by 2050, which will boost demand for food. Can Ukraine leap at the chance and become a key player in the food market? What windows of opportunity are open today? Vladyslava Rutytska, a member of National Reform Council, vicepresident of SigmaBleyzer and AgroGeneration, has shared her views on these and other topical agribusiness issues with us.