Wagshal's Deli is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

1. Wagshal's Deli

8.1
4855 Massachusetts Ave NW (at Yuma St. NW), Washington, D.C.
Deli / Bodega · AU Park - Friendship Heights - Tenley · 35 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: For those outside the Beltway, Wagshal’s has just launched a website that sells the signature brisket as well as a handful of other tasty noshes. Read more.

Les Cocottes is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

2. Les Cocottes

8.9
135 rue Saint-Dominique, Paris, Île-de-France
French Restaurant · Gros-Caillou · 121 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Choose the three-course prix fixe menu (€28) or mix and match a la carte from soups, salads and namesake cocottes (cast-iron pots) filled with savory ingredients like cod and Thai-style vegetables. Read more.

Atelier Vivanda is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

3. Atelier Vivanda

8.8
18 rue Lauriston, Paris, Île-de-France
Restaurant · Chaillot · 9 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Carnivores will feel right at home at Atelier Vivanda. Situated a 10-minute walk from the Arc de Triomphe, this tiny restaurant, with about 20 seats, is serious about its meat. Read more.

4. The Cat & Mutton

7.6
76 Broadway Market, London, Greater London
Gastropub · London Fields · 26 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: At the foot of London Fields, the nearly 300-year-old Cat & Mutton pub has a new gastro menu. Join locals and dozing whippets, East London’s dog of choice, on the benches outside. Read more.

The Lockhart is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

5. The Lockhart

7.6
22-24 Seymour Pl (Upper Berkeley St), London, Greater London
American Restaurant · Marylebone · 29 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Mississippi-born chef Brad McDonald is putting a sophisticated spin on the cooking of the American South. Expect satisfying comfort food, such as shrimp and grits and crispy fried chicken. Read more.

David Toutain is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

6. David Toutain

9.1
29 rue Surcouf, Paris, Île-de-France
French Restaurant · Gros-Caillou · 21 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: This isn’t a casual meal, it’s an experience, with surprising, beautifully executed dishes like seared foie gras in a baked potato bouillon with black truffles. Read more.

Kitty Fisher's is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

7. Kitty Fisher's

7.7
10 Shepherd Market, London, Greater London
English Restaurant · Mayfair · 7 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Start with the chargrilled sourdough served with fluffy onion butter sprinkled with burnt onion, before moving onto the juicy lamb cutlets with an anchovy, mint and parsley sauce. Read more.

Plum + Spilt Milk is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

8. Plum + Spilt Milk

9.0
Great Northern Hotel (King’s Cross St Pancras Station), London, Greater London
Restaurant · 28 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: A glamorous, Royal Air Force-blue room with white leather banquettes where I ate a juicy pork chop and a pudding of poached plums on a wickedly sweet deep-fried brioche. Read more.

Tom's Kitchen is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

9. Tom's Kitchen

8.5
27 Cale St, London, Greater London
Restaurant · Kensington and Chelsea · 138 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Breakfast or brunch at Tom’s Kitchen will fuel you through a day of gallery-hopping at the V&A, which lies just a 10-minute walk away. Read more.

The House of Illustration is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

10. The House of Illustration

7.9
2 Granary Sq, London, Greater London
Art Gallery · King's Cross, London, Greater London · 4 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: With its low ceilings and small windows, it’s befitting of its subject, the opposite of London’s grand, columned temples to high art. Read more.

11. 69b

69 Broadway Market, Hackney, Greater London
Women's Store · London Fields · 1 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Get the Hackney look at 69b which sells clothes and accessories by the likes of Edun and Ally Capellino. Read more.

Standen is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

12. Standen

West Hoathly Road, East Grinstead
Historic Site · 3 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Walks amid bluebell woodlands and meadowlands are more reasons to stay in the Morris apartment, located on the second floor. Read more.

13. Craft Work

8.0
8047 Agnes St, Detroit, MI
New American Restaurant · Lower East Detroit · 20 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: This dimly lit, romantic restaurant in historic West Village serves excellent New American food and is a nice break from busy downtown. Read more.

14. Leméac

9.1
1045 Av. Laurier O (coin Durocher), Montreal, QC
French Restaurant · Outremont · 87 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: A prix fixe menu after 10 p.m. brings the price down considerably. The oysters and duck confit are very good, but I usually just order the waiter. Read more.

15. Camley Street Natural Park

8.3
12 Camley St., London, Greater London
Nature Preserve · 9 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Camley Street Natural Park, a 2-acre reserve beside Regent’s Canal, is the kind of place you’d expect to access via a rabbit hole. Read more.

Barnsley House is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

16. Barnsley House

8.1
Barnsley, Gloucestershire
Hotel · 9 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The house is now a hotel and spa; its restaurant, Potager, serves meals made from produce grown on-site. Read more.

Vices & Versa Bistro Du Terroir is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

17. Vices & Versa Bistro Du Terroir

8.6
6631 boul. Saint-Laurent (sud de St-Zotique), Montreal, QC
Beer Bar · Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie · 57 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: This pub and restaurant is a place where a city that can be divided by language comes together. You can have a good time here, no matter how bad your French or your English is. Read more.

Gravetye Manor is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

18. Gravetye Manor

Vowels Ln., East Grinstead, West Sussex
Resort · 0 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Inside, rooms named after trees such as cedar, elm and oak are furnished with fine antiques and rich fabrics with floral themes to bring nature into the house Read more.

19. Coach Insignia

8.4
100 Renaissance Ctr, Detroit, MI
American Restaurant · Downtown Detroit · 55 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The view of Detroit’s riverfront from this steak house on top of the Renaissance Center can’t be beat. Read more.

The London Plane is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

20. The London Plane

8.8
300 Occidental Ave S (S Main St), Seattle, WA
Café · Pioneer Square · 54 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The menu changes often, but might include ricotta and jam toast, or king-salmon lox with zucchini. The bakery whips up treats like cherry galette. Afterward, browse for gifts in the store. Read more.

Brasserie L'Orléans is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

21. Brasserie L'Orléans

7.0
French Restaurant · 5 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The wine list is traditional Bordeaux, and the food—typical brasserie fare—is good, too. Try the onion soup and steak tartare. Read more.

22. Eastern Market

9.5
2934 Russell St (btwn I-75 & Mack), Detroit, MI
Farmers Market · Eastern Market · 107 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: On Saturdays, there are blocks of farm stands, alongside old-school wholesalers, mixed in with new restaurants, galleries and antique shops. Read more.

Dishoom is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

23. Dishoom

9.5
5 Stable St, London, Greater London
Indian Restaurant · King's Cross · 176 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: You feel as if you’ve hit the streets of Mumbai at Dishoom, where piquant paneer rolls, lamb samosas and chicken tikka are served in the vast but perpetually crammed former Western Transit Shed. Read more.

Hija de Sánchez is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

24. Hija de Sánchez

9.0
Linnésgade 17 (Frederiksborggade), Copenhagen, Capital Region
Taco Place · Indre By · 22 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: On top of first-rate carnitas and chicken mole tacos, Sanchez will make fresh salsas, masa and tortillas with ingredients shipped in from Mexico. Read more.

25. Argo Book Shop

1915 rue St-Catherine Quest, Montreal, QC
Bookstore · Ville-Marie · 3 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: At only about 200 square feet, this tiny English-language book shop packs a surprisingly robust selection of titles by local authors and others you won’t find at most large bookstores. Read more.

26. Roast

9.1
1128 Washington Blvd (btwn Michigan & State), Detroit, MI
Steakhouse · Downtown Detroit · 130 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: This stylish bar in the Westin Book Cadillac hotel draws an after-work and weekend crowd. For $6 you can get the Roast Burger with bacon, cheddar, egg and pickled onion. Read more.

Bistrot Belhara is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

27. Bistrot Belhara

7.4
21 rue Duvivier, Paris, Île-de-France
French Restaurant · Gros-Caillou · 4 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The menu follows the seasons but runs to selections like a luscious pâté chaud, a flaky golden pastry filled with hashed duck and foie gras; and probably the best rice pudding in Paris. Read more.

28. Jacqui O's

Beach Bar · 1 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: This shabby chic restaurant is decorated with shell chandeliers and billowy blue and white curtains. Be sure to try the tuna tartare with mango and mint. Read more.

Café Lavinal is one of The Wall Street Journal’s Tips.

29. Café Lavinal

7.9
Place Desquet, Pauillac, Aquitaine
French Restaurant · 10 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The wine list is extensive and cosmopolitan, but the cooking is traditional and uncomplicated. Read more.

30. Garden Bowl

7.8
4120 Woodward Ave (btw Willis & Alexandrine), Detroit, MI
Bowling Alley · Midtown · 20 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: The city has so many places now with a New York vibe; this is a Detroit rocker club, where a drink won’t cost you $25. Read more.