avaldas oma veebilehe reisirubriigis galerii Tallinna viiest "varjatud pärlist" Kalamajas.
The New York Times soovitab oma pildigaleriis külastada viite toidukohta Kalamajas, milleks on Eesti Disaini Maja, kohvik Klaus, F-hoone ning kohvikud Moon ja Boheem.
Those who don’t venture beyond the stone walls that ring Tallinn’s Old Town can be forgiven for thinking that the Estonian capital is stuck in an amber-gilded medieval era. But just north of the walls is the former fishermen’s district of Kalamaja, a neighborhood gloriously free of touristy “ye olde” restaurants and stag-party pubs. Instead, you’ll find the city’s newest cafes, shops and restaurants frequented mostly by locals. Sure, the surroundings are still a bit dilapidated, as these hip hangouts are opening amid boarded-up houses, low-cost liquor stores and abandoned factory complexes. But this is often the blueprint for neighborhoods on the rise, which, with its packed cafes and fully booked restaurants, Kalamaja certainly is.
— INGRID K. WILLIAMS
Loe ja vaata pilte - "Local Hangouts in a Tallinn, Estonia, Neighborhood"