Eat + Drink

L’Ulivo

A sidewalk restaurant hidden in plain sight. If you want authentic Italian flavors with a side of friendly service, look no further.

L’Impression

A neighborhood bistro that’s worth the trip even if you don’t live around the corner. Here, we take our time and enjoy every bite.

Real beauty. Real brows.

A coworking community to inspire you.

Let the BEAT move you.

Improve your French online.

17 Mar 21

Farmy Finds: It’s Wild Garlic Season in Switzerland

Nothing says “spring in Switzerland” like the arrival of wild garlic or “ail des ours”! Check out three incredible recipes that are easy, flavorful,

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Professional floristry training & flower arranging courses from beginners to masters.

Signs Of Spring As We Welcome New Restaurants

Officially one year after the world seemed to stop we are encouraged to see that out of the pandemic’s ruin comes new growth.

An Italian Morning Routine with Bongusto

A café that does not assimilate, nor follow the ever-changing fashions of the moment. It is unabashedly Italian and classic in its offer.

23 Feb 21

How the COVID Crisis Will Transform the Way We Eat

The industry is on a knife’s edge. Here are five innovations to expect when dining in the future.

15 Feb 21

Five fast, flavor-packed Lausanne lunches

Skip the lifeless supermarket sandwiches and mix up your midday “mangeaille” with these five delicious workday lunch options.

12 Feb 21

3 Soups You Should Make This Weekend

Temperatures are lingering below zero, and we’re all home anyway. So why not make a warm and comforting bowl of something tasty?

29 Nov 20

3 Festive Cocktails to Make at Home

The holidays are approaching, but should we act like we need an excuse to drink (#2020)? Here are three fun and festive cocktails that

Food Delivery – Meal Kits, Groceries, and Baked Goods

We’ve pull together a list of food delivery companies making “stay at home” easy as pie.

13 Nov 20

Back to the Basics: Zymi Boulangerie

Zymi boulangerie is using recipes that are thousands of years old, yet the taste of baker Tina Kjeldskouv Heiz’s bread has awakened a new-found