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Openings & Launches

Caravan-To-Go’s Takeaway Treats

When Wagamama told us they were introducing a take-away service, fist-pumps were felt all round. Why? Because nothing beats a katsu-curry to your doorstep. The moral of the story being, when your favourite eatery gives you the option to take-away, it’s a pretty great feeling. Especially for the...

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

The World Cup with the Piano Works, West End and Studio 88

Cast your mind back, if you dare, to Ant and Dec punching the air in white football shirts with curtain hair-dos, and We’re On The Ball shrieking out of your walk-mans, circa 2002. As cheesy as the hit may be, you can’t deny that it worked as a World Cup accompaniment, and now, thanks to The...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Grab A Slice Of Sandwich Week 2018

As national celebrations go the royal wedding was just a practice run, bring on National Sandwich Week. Named, so legend has it, after the fourth Earl of Sandwich, the humble sandwich has come a long way since its aristocratic beginnings; it’s the country’s most eaten lunch, a national...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

La Mia Mamma: The Chelsea Restaurant set to Champion Tradition

If we were to tell you that new restaurant La Mia Mamma, set to open in Chelsea, imported a different Italian “Mamma” each season from a different region, you’d probably think we were joking, right? Wrong. La Mia Mamma keeps to its word when it says it’s going to deliver dishes true to...

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We Review: Broadleaf

What? It’s not that I’m against sports, just that I find them impenetrable. It’s up there with Game of Thrones, I’m sure I’d love it if I’d been there at the start, but now it’s too complicated to try and get involved. Also, people crowing ‘We beat...

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Where To Stay In… The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds stretches over 800 square miles and runs through five counties: Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire. It’s also arguably one of the prettiest parts of the country, with rolling hills and that golden stone that gives itself to picture postcard...

What to do This Weekend

What To Do This Weekend: 18th – 20th May

The sun’s out again (there was a moment when it looked like winter was coming back) and so we are too! Here’s some ideas of what you can be getting up to this weekend. Oh, in case you’re looking for royal wedding stuff, here is a list of wedding related fun and here’s where...

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Things to do Outdoors

The Sound of September: The Return of ONBlackHeath Festival

One for those not quite ready to take off the welly boots and bring the lighters out of the air… ONBlackheath is London’s end-of-summer September party, and what better excuse to squeeze in an extra shindig than Squeeze, the British rock band themselves, headlining on the Saturday. For those...


We Review: Flemings Mayfair

What? One of the last remaining privately owned hotels in London and the hotel thought to be the inspiration for Agatha Christie’s novel At Betram’s Hotel, Flemings Mayfair is also home to restaurant, Ormer Mayfair by Shaun Rankin and the Manetta’s bar. New? Nope, Flemings is actually one of...

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What to do This Weekend

Where to Watch the Royal Wedding

Forget Suits, Meghan Markle has been cast in what will be one of the most watched TV shows in history. So where are you going to be to watch the Royal Wedding Special? The one where Harry married Meghan. Well there are plenty of better options than sat in your kitchen, and here are some ideas.

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