This is my daily collection of interesting stuff that I saw on the Web.
+ Having dinner in the streets is a public form of entertaining that is born out of necessity in a mega city. Citizens assemble temporary dining terrace in the sidewalks. Suzanne Seggerman holds “Chez L’Hydrant” dinners in front of the building where six or eight friends share a one-pot dish. Calvin Tsao is more daring; he held dinner parties on the Brooklyn Bridge. Via New York Times
+ I added a new blog to my RSS feed that I must tell you about. This Ain’t No Disco (it’s where we work) is blog that shows some of the best agency interiors in the world. I foresee lots of creative rooms in sight. Via desire to inspire
+ A visit at the Farmer’s Market in Novato held on Tuesday evenings. The food looks so fresh and tasty that I have to present this feast. Via The Kitchen
+ If you wish to sell your house at the best price, read 20 Tips To Prepare The Kitchen For Resale written by Susan Serra of The Kitchen Designer
+ The next time you visit Nice in the Cote d’Azur, plan a stop at La Zucca Magica. According to Mark Bittman, Zucca has few equals among well-known Western restaurants serving no meat or fish. Via New York Times