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From food to art and architecture, traveling somewhere is one thing - experiencing that place is another. Skip the tourist stops and delve right into the local dive bar, kitsch cafe or other attraction to get a real sense of what it is like to live, breath, eat and sleep in your destination of choice.
14 Wacky To Tacky Restaurant Restrooms
From plush powder rooms to voyeuristic lavatories, visitors come not to dine but to check out the washrooms. Here are 14 tasteful or tacky restaurant restrooms.
12 More Bizarre Theme Restaurants
Pet a rented cat while sipping tea, beat up your server, pay to be insulted or drink from IV bags at weird theme restaurants around the world.
Edible Art: 32 Amazing Food Designs
What if food was used as a medium for art? Could you still eat it? Here are 32 incredible examples of creative food design, food sculpture, and edible art.
Funny & Offbeat Gift Ideas: 12 Twisted Days of Christmas
Sick of the same old boring 12 Days of Christmas gifts? So are we. Here is your alternative urban gift guide - from us at WebUrbanist to you wonderfully eccentric readers:
Buns & Guns? 15 of the Strangest Themed Restaurants
If there’s one thing that all of these theme restaurants have in common with incredible theme hotels it is the belief that dining doesn’t have to be mundane.
Unusual Urban Planting: 5 Different Types of Gardening
Here are five different types strange and creative ways of gardening that illustrate how varied this age-old pastime really is.
3 Incredible Gatherings: World's Largest & Oddest Events
The following three events are vastly different in terms of geography, history and purpose but are all impressive in their own way and right as these images show.
Year 1 Update: The Past, Present and Future of WebUrbanist
A brief early-stage update about the first year of what is most certainly by now your favorite urban weblog.
Strangest Urban Animals: City Chickens to Thieving Monkeys
While you're unlikely to see El Chupacabra, the Jersey Devil or the Windigo in real life, you might be surprised by what animals are increasingly lurking in cities.
Spontaneous Gatherings: Subway Parties to Pillow Fights
What is urban life without a little excitement, spontaneity and strangeness? In city settings, these have huge and fun disruptive potential as well!