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      Monocle preview: June issue, 2020

      21 May 2020

      Monocle’s June issue is a landmark instalment that breaks with the magazine’s usual format for the first time. Instead, as the world reels from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve enlisted 50 politicians, phil…

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      Monocle preview: The Entrepreneurs 2020

      23 April 2020

      The second issue of The Entrepreneurs comes at a time when many founders and owners will be facing the biggest challenge of their careers. To help, we’ve compiled a timely compendium of advice and stories from some of the…

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      Monocle preview: May issue, 2020

      16 April 2020

      Many of us will be spending more time than usual in our houses. And whether you’re busy eyeing a kitchen table, equipping your home gym or trying new recipes, our May issue explores every nook and cranny of the home – and…

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      The Monocle Book of Japan

      24 March 2020

      Jump aboard the Monocle Shinkansen and join our team as we go on a hunt for untold stories. Our new book delivers a unique insight into the people, places and products that define Japan, whether you want design inspiration…

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      The Menu, 440

      20 March 2020

      What can restaurants do to survive in these trying times? Also on the programme: how the quarantine is making Italians rediscover the joys of cooking, plus what’s new in beer in 2020.

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      Monocle preview: April issue, 2020

      20 March 2020

      Monocle's April issue takes a deep dive into the world of fashion, profiling the major players in the shifting style scene and the showroom stars who set the agenda. We also hear how recent protests in Lebanon have changed…

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      The Menu, 439

      13 March 2020

      Galway’s top chef, JP McMahon, on what the world doesn’t understand about Ireland’s food culture. Plus: the bartender shaking up Rio de Janeiro’s cocktail scene.

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      The Menu, 438

      6 March 2020

      How much does age matter in the world’s top kitchens? Also in the programme: how one woman in South Africa is inventing healthier versions of traditional dishes and a round-up of some of the most interesting wines from…

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      The Menu, 437

      28 February 2020

      Pierre Gagnaire, one of the world’s most creative chefs, tells us why gaining Michelin stars shouldn’t add to the pressure in the kitchen. Plus: a Beirut bakery working as a community hub, and the future of CBD drinks.

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      The Monocle Weekend Editions

      27 February 2020

      What do clever people have for breakfast? Discover how you could have the Monocle Weekend Editions delivered for free every Saturday and Sunday. [Sign up now](http://www.hlekw.cn/minute)

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      The Menu, 436

      21 February 2020

      How one chef in Seoul is trying to create a culinary connection between North and South Korea. Plus: a new London venture by Brooklyn’s most talked-about restaurateurs and a family reviving a long-extinct port wine house…

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      Monocle preview: March issue, 2020

      20 February 2020

      Why Austria? This landlocked central European nation is quietly offering global lessons in everything from diplomacy to design – not to mention dining. Our dedicated special takes an in-depth look into its Alpine attract…

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      The Menu, 435

      14 February 2020

      We feature a new Helsinki restaurant that’s pushing the boundaries in sourcing local ingredients and a UK initiative supporting hospitality entrepreneurs. Plus: what’s bubbling on Poland’s food and restaurant scene.

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      The Menu, 434

      7 February 2020

      How chef Budgie Montoya is reinventing Filipino food in London. Plus: Lisbon’s rising culinary talent, Jo?o Sá, and what’s new on Zürich’s restaurant scene.

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      The Menu, 433

      31 January 2020

      How a new London initiative aims to match vacant restaurant spaces with young culinary talent, a J-pop star’s campaign to boost the popularity of sake in Japan, plus Maggie Beer’s campaign for better food in Australia.

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