London's Premier Venue, Celebrity and Events Guide

Reviews

The May Fair Bar Review: What We Thought

The May Fair Bar at the May Fair Hotel is the sort of bar that you picture when you’re younger, living in the middle of nowhere and you’re dreaming about going to London. How you’ll be running around London in a perfectly thought out outfit, flitting between black cabs, which of course don’t get stuck in traffic, a coffee permanently in your hand and cocktails every night in some effortlessly cool bar which you’ve visited so often they know you at the door. Well perhaps that was just my 15 year old vision and we all know the reality, shout […]

Openings & Launches

Wazen Opens

Not all restaurants are born equal and new Japanese eatery, Wazen, looks promisingly like it will be a cut above the rest. Serving authentic Japanese food with head chef Toshimasa Tanahashi (formerly of Kouzu – which we loved) overseeing kitchen activity with his over 30 years of experience. The restaurant boasts that it will be serving up food that “you won’t find anywhere else in London” with dishes like Spicy tuna tartare, Chicken kakinotane, Baby Chicken with nanban sauce, and Stone bass with tomato ume and yuzu shio ponzu. The food will be an authentic representation of Japanese cuisine, prepared […]

Openings & Launches

68 and Boston Opens

There are 67 wine producing nations in the world, but the one place you need to go to, is Soho’s 68 & Boston. Brought to you by Eric Yu of The Breakfast Group (Opium and The Social), Martin Malley co-owner of Planet of the Grapes and Luca Cordiglieri the former bar manager at China Tang at The Dorchester, 68 & Boston will feature a wine bar downstairs and a cocktail bar upstairs. The wine bar is called 68 because the bottles are all priced at £20 so you won’t be stuck with the price tag dilemma meaning that you can experience […]

Read more

Become An Insider

Want free instant access to secret locations, exclusive parties, the latest openings and much more!

Features

Christmas Party Etiquette

It might only be October, but chances are there is already talk of the office Christmas party… it better not just be us… for some it’s the highlight of the year, for others it’s that awkward date where you have to actually socialise with your colleagues. Either way you don’t want to make a fool of yourself do you? So learn these rules now and you’ll be left with no regrets.* Eating is Not Cheating First of all, if you really want to ‘get stuck in’, remember to eat. And no, 2 prawn puffs certainly does not substitute as supper. […]

Read more

News

9 of the Best Clubs For Your Christmas Party

No matter what Andy from Accounts says, no expense should be spared on the annual office Christmas party, a night of debauchery and potential firing. As corporate offices tend to be a little drab and clinical, we’ve put together a list of 9 of The Best Clubs to Hold Your Christmas Party in! What better place to enjoy the festivities in than one of London’s hottest clubs – Grab Hannah from Hospitality and get planning!

Read more

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

9 of the Best Clubs For Your Christmas Party

No matter what Andy from Accounts says, no expense should be spared on the annual office Christmas party, a night of debauchery and potential firing. As corporate offices tend to be a little drab and clinical, we’ve put together a list of 9 of The Best Clubs to Hold Your Christmas Party in! What better place to enjoy the festivities in than one of London’s hottest clubs – Grab Hannah from Hospitality and get planning!

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Archie’s Sunday Roast at Brixton East

Sundays in Autumn spell r-o-a-s-t. After a busy weekend out and about at open air markets, brunches and walks by the river there’s nothing better than the smells of chicken and gravy filling the house. Until the next day when the smell remains but the food has long been demolished, except for the carcass, which you will or will not get round to making stock with, and a pile of tins and dishes patiently waiting by the sink. Whilst we’re all for the homemade Sunday roast, Archie’s @ Brixton East is hosting a one-off Sunday Lunch on the 18th October. […]

Read more

Reviews

The Manhattans Project at POND – What We Thought

Dalston is rapidly becoming the place to go for adventurous foodies, bored of the endless chains opening up across the city. By the time you arrive at POND you’ll have already had a bit of an adventure, and not the most glamorous; out of the train station, off the main road, through a lively square (think dominoes and jukeboxes) and into their fairylit courtyard. The location is probably both a blessing and a curse, the venue resembling a pop-up which has extended its stay due to popular demand. A well-travelled concept with less well travelled (read local) ingredients, the menu […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Bottomless Suppers at The Exhibit

First came the bottomless brunch. Then came another bottomless brunch. And then another. And another… (Another). We never complain when our fourth prosecco is placed in front of us but emerging into the real world at midday and realising you really should have saved the drinking for that evening isn’t always the makings of a productive Saturday. Imagine the next time you have a bottomless meal you walk out into the street and it is actually an acceptable hour to be tipsy. Enter Bottomless Suppers at The Exhibit. The Balham restaurant is launching for winter their new Free-Flow Suppers, every […]

Read more

News

5 of the Best Hot Dogs

This Autumn we see ourselves wrapped up warm visiting street food markets perhaps with a little red nose as we enjoy the best comfort food London has to offer. Here we have rounded up 5 of London’s best hot dogs, from restaurants to markets. Don’t be shy, it’s bulking season after all.

Read more

  • * a company email is required to download this file
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.