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Openings & Launches

Bar Douro: Portuguese Tapas and Wine Bar

An area just near London Bridge is making waves as the next big foodie destination, with the latest announcement coming in the form of contemporary Portuguese wine bar, Bar Douro, from the guys behind a string of popular pop-ups and sold-out supper clubs at Pop Brixton, Soho Farm House and

Openings & Launches

Kiln: Rural Thailand Comes to Soho

Founder of Denmark Street restaurant, Smoking Goat, Ben Chapman is back and this month he is opening a second Soho restaurant, inspired by the Thai borderlands, bringing together Burmese and Yunanese flavours: Kiln. Said to be a side-of-the-road type restaurant, Kiln will feature a short grill menu...

Celebrities & Influencers

The Handbook Meets: Rebel Rebel

‘I must have flowers, always and always’ the words said by Monet and we couldn’t agree more. Any day, any party, any event can be transformed by the right flowers. Two people who know the power of this are Athena Duncan and Mairead Curtin, back in 2000 they launched the East London florist...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Best September Pop-Ups and Supper Clubs

After a summer spent sipping Aperol on tropical themed rooftops and kicking back in deckchairs on urban beaches we don’t blame you if you feel a little sad about summer nearly being over. We do. But even if the calendar doesn’t read June, July or August, if there’s one thing we...

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Openings & Launches

12 Restaurants and Bars That Opened in August

Tomorrow is the officially the start of autumn, but rather than feel sad about the end of summer, let’s take a little look back at the restaurants and bars that have opened this month, from proper kebabs, to second offerings from the likes of Blanchette and the third Rum Kitchen. August was a...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Michelin-Starred Indian Street Food

There are equal places in our hearts for both street food and fine dining – sometimes only a ridiculously melty gourmet cheese toastie will do, and other times we just need a little more refinement. But what if a Michelin-starred chef tackled street food? Would it be as satisfying as the...

Reviews

Sofitel London St James Review – What We Thought

New? The impressive Grade II listed building was originally a banking hall and has been a Sofitel hotel since 2009. Where? 6 Waterloo Place, St James’s, SW1Y 4AN, www.sofitelstjames.com  First Impressions: The hotel is undeniably grand, standing proud just down from Piccadilly in one of the most...

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Bombay Sapphire Take Over Soho Sky Terrace

Summer’s not over till the fat lady sings and we haven’t heard any singing… The 1st of September supposedly marks the first day of Autumn but knowing British meteorology, it’s not that simple. Soho’s Courthouse Hotel know this and are giving us a little bit of hope with the extension of...

Guides

What To Do This Bank Holiday Weekend: 25th-29th August

It’s a three day weekend! There’s always something different about the August Bank Holiday to others – in London that means carnival fever as feathers, sequins and copious amounts of Red Stripe take to the streets of Notting Hill. If steel bands and ridiculous crowds aren’t...

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Culture

Free Cabaret, Comedy and Music with Live at Zedel

Weekends in London don’t come cheap. Post-work drinks, Saturday brunch, some kind of day out then probably dinner in the evening. Not to mention another brunch on Sunday and maybe a cinema trip keep the Sunday blues at bay. What if we were to tell you that next weekend will be a whole lot...

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