(1) I like dealing with buzzy , creative people, so intellectual property was the obvious thing.(2) Quebec can be easily combined with cool, cosmopolitan Montreal, which has a buzzy cafe culture, good late-night bars and a strong jazz and rock scene.(3) Went to Dakota twice, once on a Saturday when it was packed to the rafters - really lively with a buzzy atmosphere, but be prepared to queue at the bar.(4) On a Friday evening, it was warm, busy and buzzy and perhaps that's why the staff looked harassed.(5) The city centre felt quite buzzy actually, and I must confess it was exciting to see loads of games officials, limos carting VIPs and new faces wandering around looking curious.(6) New York was buzzy with parties.(7) Over the course of the past 10 months or so, since the Hotel first opened its doors, it has become the spiritual home of buzzy , arty, decadent types - hotel residents and their guests, essentially.(8) Instead, mobile phone ads have focussed on the sexiness of the digital hardware and the buzzy lifestyles that supposedly come with it.(9) The bar area was buzzy and the wait passed in comfort with good music and drinks.(10) At its no-frills Chelsea galleries, a far younger crowd milled around and chatted their way through a buzzy , successful sale that had Simon fast-talking - or should I say shouting?(11) The physics of the venue make for an intimate and busy, buzzy atmosphere and, let's face it, a rather cramped stage.(12) As for the door policy - it's no different from many buzzy bars the world over.(13) Close to the university, this buzzy venue has two bars and over 50 different types of bottled beer.(14) If the capital proves to be too much to take in at first, a sojourn in this small, buzzy town might be just the thing.(15) More fun than a hat fitting, this place is a buzzy cafe with just four tables and a line of students queuing for a bargain lunch.(16) This weekend was the Literature Festival that I mentioned earlier which seemed to be a buzzy affair.