Studio No. 7
The only passport you may need to experience the Jamaican-ness of Studio No. 7 is your mid-'90s Honda SUV, which you should park before heading into a loft named after A) famed reggae record label Studio 1, and B) Seven Mile Beach in Negril. The airy space's split into two sides: a gallery with art hung on early 20th-century brick (why're these peach baskets so tiny, Naismith?!), and a lounge with wall-mounted vinyl, Edison bulb chandeliers, and lamps made from coffee filters.