выставило в своем интернетовском варианте подборку пяти "жемчужин" Каламая.
The New York Times советует своим читателям, объязательно посетить оказавшись в Каламая Дом Эстонского дизайна, кафе "Клаус", "F-hoone", и ещё два кафе "Moon" и "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
Ссылка на источник - "Local Hangouts in a Tallinn, Estonia, Neighborhood"