Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
It's almost as long as a Netflix episode, but this twenty-minute short film about a family opening a 250-seat restaurant on their 300-year-old farm in County Kildare, Ireland, is defintely worth the watch. – Daniel, editorial assistant
Bookmarking Casa Tiny for a quiet escape in Oaxaca, Mexico. – Berit, editor
Lee Me Kyeoung's nostalgic sketches of Korea's tiny convenience stores has me reminiscing of similar mom-and-pop operations in Singapore. – Becky, assistant editor
A San Francisco coffee shop founded by refugees employs people who've fled to the U.S. with nothing. – Daniel
You can now easily access and print detailed topographical trail maps in USA — one more reason to go offline and off the grid this summer. Thank you, Nat Geo! – Becky
This week I had a chance to tour The Whitby, Firmdale's new midtown hotel, and it's pretty spectacular. Bright-colored textiles, whimsical modern art, and a cozy restaurant are just a few of the reasons to book a stay next time you're in New York City. – Berit
Oh, snap: This first-timer's guide to Seattle is geared specifically for photographers. – Daniel
Talk about a dream field trip: New York Times got to visit Merriam-Webster's Word Factory in Massachusetts. Jealous! – Becky
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM: Global Table
Mexico City: A foodcentric guide from La Esquina's Richard Ampudia.
Travel at Home: 6 DIY food kits that'll take you on a flavor trip.
Sponsored: 6 villas for your next California vacation.