Posts in Food & Drink
4 Must-Visit Coffee Shops in London

When in London (and basically everywhere else!,) coffee is a necessity. While there are almost endless places to have a coffee break, here are a few of our favorite coffee shops in London. If you’re looking for more London inspiration, be sure to follow our brand ambassador @Jenna.goes.to on the Jet Journal app! She has you covered from where to have tea in London, to sharing about some essential brunch spots in the city.

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An Ultimate Foodie Guide to Rue Cler and Paris' 7th Arrondissement

Whether you’re a first-time visitor to Paris, or consider yourself an expert, you will most likely find yourself in the 7th arrondissement close to the Eiffel Tower at some point during your trip. A few of our Jet Journal team members were lucky to call Rue Cler home for several years, which is why we wanted to write this guide to the area! While the neighborhood is perfect for photo taking and picturesque walks down Rue Saint Dominique, it’s important to be aware of what restaurants and cafes to avoid, and which ones to try. Here is your go-to bible for where to eat in the hottest part of the city.

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Date Night in Austin

It’s date night in the culture capital of the south. Austin is bursting with opportunities, and plenty of places to go, almost too many places, especially if you’re looking for something a little off center of typical. Here are our suggestions for a memorable date night in ATX!

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4 Must-Try Breakfast Spots in Austin, Texas

If you’re headed to Austin you’ve gotta check out this guide to our favorite spots for the most important meal of the day! We’re telling you where to go and what to get.

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Where to Have Coffee in Paris' Marais Neighborhood

Le Marias, Paris’ trendiest neighborhood, is filled with must-visit coffee shops. While some are perfect for working the day away, others are perfect for a quiet lunch in Paris. Here are a few of our favorites…

Le Cafeotheque

This cafe, located right on the Seine, is great for setting up your laptop and getting work done. Unlike many other Parisian coffee shops, this one is actually pretty spacious with several seating areas to choose from. They are also pretty serious about their coffee and sell their own beans, which you can get a look at when you walk in! Like almost every coffee shop, they have a good selection of sweets, as well as small lunch options like quiche and even empanadas. On the weekend laptops aren’t allowed

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