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7 Places to Catch the Show of the Summer: The Love Island Final

This summer we’ve been united by the World Cup, our heatwave chat and most importantly of all, Love Island. But like all good things, it must come to an end, except this heatwave, that seems to be eternal now. It’s time to say goodbye to Old Laura, New Laura, Old Jack, New Jack, Alex, Alex and the rest of the gang and more than likely congratulate Jani on winning. Here are the five places to catch the final: Street Pizza What: Got a Text! Why: Got a textttt! And it says you’re invited to the Love Island party at Street […]

Health & Wellness

The Cafe Where You Pay in Kindness

If you think there’s no such thing as a free lunch, well think again, because kindness will soon become the currency for scrumptious snacking. Vegans and vegetarians, might have come across Gosh! in most major supermarkets but this time it’s making an entrance to the London food scene. Gosh! is founded on the philosophy that we should be kind to our bodies, so why not extend that very same message to everyone’s way of life? They are opening a pop-up café that will provide a free snack pot from 11am-3pm, serving Sweetcorn & Quinoa bites, Sweet Potato Pakora and other tasty morsels […]

Health & Wellness

Paradise Now: There’s a Wellness Playground Coming to London

Health nut who just wants to act like a kid again? Say hello to Paradise Now, London’s very first ‘wellbeing playground.’ The multi-sensory experience is totally free in Grosvenor’s Eccleston Yards, featuring an urban outdoor spa to take guests on a journey towards post-summer detoxification by using the newest scientifically-proven wellness tricks. Created by visionaries Bompas & Parr, the installation includes things like a huge pink mist waterfall with extracts of raspberry leaf, aloe vera, chamomile and citrus and immersive meditation zone filled with aromatherapy scented pebbles coloured in Baker-Miller pink (a shade proven to reduce anxiety). Other highlights include a […]

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Reviews

The Veganning of Something New at Bob Bob Ricard

What: The famed ‘press for Champagne’ restaurant in Soho, Bob Bob Ricard, was the subject of my foodie attention on a Tuesday evening. A stalk on Instagram was enough to excite, wowed by the glitz and glam. I’d gone to try out the new vegan dishes Bob Bob has just introduced which dropped on the A La Carte menu circa 17th July, accompanied by lover of all things vegan, colleague Charlotte. Luxe is at the helm of this stalwart restaurant positioned down a side-street of sexy Soho. The Setting: It’s one of Soho’s most insta-d locations so expectations were thriving, but […]

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Health & Wellness

We Review St. James’s Hotel and Club ‘Happiness in the City’ Package

What: City life is busy, busy, busy; people are always in a rush with deadlines to meet and social lives to try and keep fulfilled – so it’s no wonder that the wellness movement is on the rise, with Londoners desperate to maintain a sense of harmony. There’s nothing like a touch of luxury to help one feel relaxed so St. James’s Hotel and Club has created a Happiness in the City package which includes an overnight stay in a Deluxe Room, the wellness breakfast for two people and a 90-minute Connock body treatment from Perfect 10 Black Label for […]

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Openings & Launches

Kings Cross New Shopping District: Coal Drops Yard Open Soon

King’s Cross is again distancing itself from it’s less than salubrious past with the arrival of Coal Drops Yard this autumn. The new Heatherwick Studio-designed shopping and lifestyle district will bring the likes of Tom Dixon, Mort & Bob’s, Paul Smith, Le Chocolat and Barrafina together along with over 50 other stores, restaurants and cafes in a reimagined set of historic buildings and arches adjacent to Granary Square and Regent’s Canal. Established in 1850, the yard was initially set up to handle the eight million tonnes of coal that was delivered to the capital each year, later it was home […]

Openings & Launches

A Royal Redo: Dan Doherty Takes Over The Royal Oak Pub

Chef Dan Doherty is a national sweetheart on the culinary front, providing us with the kind of food we crave on a Sunday post night-out. Traditional, tasty and donning a twist. Now, the previous executive chef of Duck & Waffle is going it alone with The Royal Oak pub in Marylebone. The staple pub is to open temporarily with Dan at the helm and showcase a short bar menu before closing later on this year for a full-blown refurb. Exciting stuff. The temp menu features an array of Doherty inspired dishes, with a plug at the seasonal and quality produce […]

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Drink Up: It’s National Tequila Day

Tequila, that sweet sweet nectar of the agave plant has got its own national day on 24th July. I’m not sure how they dole out the national days, or why a drink made in Mexico from a plant that doesn’t grow here gets its own national day, but either way let’s just grab a bottle of Patrón and get down to business. Here’s a bunch of places doing National Tequila Day stuff in London… Bar Salsa What: BYOL (Lime) Why: I predict a run on limes (Kaiser Chiefs’ less successful B-side) at the Temple Tescos this afternoon, as Bar Salsa are […]

Culture

13 Hottest Concerts Coming to London

The music scene in London is one of the liveliest in the world, and this coming year is going to see several major acts. With some of the biggest artists embarking on European tours, Londoners have no shortage of options when it comes to concert-going. We give you the largest acts gracing our lovely city in the coming months. From pop to rock to indie, the choices are overwhelming, so regardless of your favorite genre, there is something out there for you to enjoy. Hammersmith Apollo What: The Black Eyed Peas Why: The Black Eyed Peas are coming to London […]

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Reviews

Summer Menus and St Germain Cocktails: We Review Dalloway Terrace

What: Normally London’s terraces promise to transport us to different countries, with themed cocktails, dishes and decorations but our whether makes it nigh on impossible to imagine. Not this summer though, we really have been living in a hot country, so when Dalloway Terrace said that they would be bringing the south of France to London with their new installation, they weren’t actually too far out. New? Dalloway Terrace itself isn’t having been on a constant on Instagram feeds since it opened back in March 2016, but it’s new summer floral installation started this month. The Setting: Despite being just […]

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