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Openings & Launches

The National Theatre

As of this week, pre and post theatre dining is getting a whole lot more exciting with three new restaurants and a bar at the National Theatre.Centrepiece is House with its all-day brasserie menu featuring suppliers handpicked by executive chef Simon Flint whose pedigree takes in The Groucho...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Foxcroft & Ginger, East Review

Easy to miss if you don’t know what you’re looking for, Foxcroft & Ginger’s latest opening in East London is nestled within a row of shops on Mile End Road and while from the outside it looks somewhat non-descript, within it’s a cavernous coffee shop that serves up...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Foxcroft & Ginger, East Review

Easy to miss if you don’t know what you’re looking for, Foxcroft & Ginger’s latest opening in East London is nestled within a row of shops on Mile End Road and while from the outside it looks somewhat non-descript, within it’s a cavernous coffee shop that serves up...

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Blind-Dining at Island Grill Review

I must admit that when I first signed up for blind-dining at Island Grill, I was a little trepidatious. It wasn’t the prospect of sitting in the dark that I was concerned about, more the fact that I am probably the most uncoordinated person in the history of the planet and felt it was more...

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Openings & Launches

Blenheim Palace

If you feel like you’ve been to the Tate one too many times, or you’ve tired of the National Portrait Gallery (no mean feat) then we have your next culture fix… at Blenheim Palace, yes it is a little out of town, but there is life outside of London.The contemporary and often...

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Champagne Brunch at Villandry

A friend of mine once said ‘Brunch without champagne is really just a sad, late breakfast’ and how right they were. There is just something about our favourite meal of the day that lacks a little bit of lustre without a few bubbles involved, and with Champagne Day just around the...

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The Playboy Club’s Pink Tea

Along with Halloween and the start of the miserable weather, October is all about raising awareness and detoxing, so along with Stoptober (quitting smoking) and Sober for October (raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support) October is all about getting people to think and recognise the signs of...

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Openings & Launches

Hampton Court Palace

Associated with the flamboyant Henry VIII, who we’re sure knew how to throw a party or two  and definitely knew enough about weddings (successful or not) is the historic palace, Hampton Court Palace.Sitting on the edge of the Thames it makes for the most majestic and elegant wedding...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Tango Evenings and tea at Waldorf Hilton

Is it just us or do you find that after watching Strictly Come Dancing you feel like you can totally nail the dance, the foxtrot? So simple. The waltz? Could do it blindfolded. Yup sure you can, well if on the off-chance you need a tiny bit of practice or a little lesson then head to Waldorf...

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Reviews

The Jones Family Project review – what we thought

The hustle and bustle of London felt a world away when we arrived at The Jones Family Project in Shoreditch. With trees decorated with fairy lights forming the center- piece of tables, and a New York style long bar that would be Chuck Bass’ dream, the restaurant which has been set up by a group...

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