Whether its Orange is the New Black or Suits, everyone loves a cult classic television show. One show that had us gripped back in the 90’s was the (tragically) short-lived ‘Twin Peaks’, which followed some strange goings on in small-town America. This summer, fans of the TV series will be rejoicing, as launching in August, in a secret central London location, there will be the chance to dive into an immersive theatrical and dining experience, ahead of the show’s 2017 revival. Two of London’s most exciting events specialists are joining forces to create an experience like no other. Lemonade and […]
If there’s one thing that unites all Londoners, it’s the love of a classic British Sunday roast. We’re talking tasty slabs of meat, with all the delicious trimmings. The annoying thing about roasts though, is that they’re a bit of a ‘mare to make and when we’re suffering from a Sunday morning hangover, slaving away in the kitchen is not something we’re looking to do. Check out our guide to 5 Of The Best Sunday Lunches and see how you can get your Yorkshire pudding fix with minimal effort.
What is a man’s idea of a balanced diet? A Budweiser in each hand! OK sexist jokes aside, anyone that appreciates a good beer is about to be in hops heaven as a weeklong range of events and food and beer tasting returns to London for London Beer City. Work for your beer with the London Beer Hunt, enjoy a cheese and beer workshop taking place in five of the city’s finest breweries or attend any of the live tastings and tours on offer, what ever your beer preference there will an activity for it throughout the 7 day festival. […]
When we heard that Circus had been given a refurbishment we were expecting something drastic, however the changes are more subtle than that. Charlotte McCarthy of Lot London (formerly of Tom Dixon) has come back to oversee the design (she’s previously been commissioned for the Dock Kitchen and rooftop bar and spa at the Mondrian Sea Containers Hotel. The room has been completely opened up providing more space and they’ve extended the bar too along with new cocktails. For a cocktail that is as impressive and dramatic as it is delicious go for the Beast of Byakko which is completely […]
With tracks such as pizza and an album titled Breakfast for Champions we can assume DJ Yoda is a food fan and now he has confirmed it with the opening of his first restaurant this Saturday in Kensal Rise: Austen’s Smokehouse. Spread over two floors and with 80 covers as the name suggests it’s all about classic pit barbecue meats cooked slow and low in American smokers. It’s a meat lover’s dream with USDA birskets, beef ribs, chicken and sausages all featuring on the menu. Served in milk buns, rolls, naked or as sliders all the meat is prepared in […]
Legend has it that the first Champagne coupe was shaped around Marie Antoinette’s breast, whether this is true or not we can neither confirm or deny, but what is true is that 34 Mayfair’s coupe is moulded around Kate Moss’ left breast. It was commissioned to celebrate her 40th birthday and 25 years in the fashion industry. As you do. And throughout summer you’ll be able to make use of these coupe with their unlimited Champagne brunch or lunch. All you have to do is order a single glass of Champagne and then hey presto just like that you can […]
Today could be going either way for you today. Either you’ve been allowed to work at home because nobody has time to battle with every other Londoner for a space on a bus and you’re revelling in being able to work in your PJs probably sat in your bed or you have just battled every other Londoner to get that space on the bus and now you’re flustered and your default Londoner level of passive aggressiveness has just gone through the roof. Well forget all of that because Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack on Foley Street is here to inject a […]
It was chucking it down with rain, it felt like the midst of winter and yet still about 20 girls made it to Coq d’Argent for their monthly Voga sessions and I was one of them. Yes I had hauled myself out of bed on a Sunday morning, battled the elements and the Sunday district line to reach the city in time for our morning exercise class. Everyone was surprisingly chipper, we were in various degrees of lycra, looking like a Sweaty Betty shop had arrived, ready to pose, dance and strike our way to fitness. I thought I looked […]
Jacob Kenedy and Victor Hugo the guys behind Bocca di Lupo and Gelupo are set to open Vico, an Italian restaurant later this month in Seven Dials. We say restaurant, but the focus here is on all things casual. They’ve gone for the Italian piazza look, so they’ll be minimal seating, carnival lighting and a playful design; it’s said to be surprising but they won’t let us in on any more details than that at the moment. In fact it’s so casual that cutlery is frowned upon, eating with your hands will finally be acceptable and there is hardly going […]
The Barbican Centre, it’s one of those London institutes that we’ve all heard of, we all know it’s there but what it does exactly? Apparently it stumps quite a few of us. And how to get in? Even more. Well come tomorrow there will be a new reason to visit it, in the form of Bonfire. Located on the 1st floor of the centre it is going to be serving up burgers and chicken dishes focusing on high quality British ingredients. So all the beef comes from Lake District Cattle and all the chickens are free-range and from Kent. Burgers […]
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