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Martini Monday Masterclass

Mondays don’t to always be gym and washing night, they can be Martini night. Yep, Brasserie Max at Covent Garden Hotel have teamed up with Chase Distillery (Britain’s first Single – Estate distillery) to launch Martini Mondays, a night to celebrate the much-loved classic cocktail. The classes will be hosted by Fred Barton or James Chase from Chase Distillery who will give a history lesson about the martini and will tell you the story about the family-run Chase Distillery, of course it’ll be over a cocktail or two, this isn’t school. Six martinis have been especially created for the martini […]


Critics’ Choices: Everywhere We Reviewed in March

Pancake Day fell early this year, with all it’s batter-ey fun and flipping madness. But with it came a slew of Lent resolutions, from one team member giving up sugar to my re-instigation of the ‘no thirds’ diet. As a result we all cut back on our restaurant reviews, hence so few this month. But fear not, within days to weeks we’d all fallen off the wagon and were back to the trough; which means that April will be a bumper month of reviews! by CHLOE Apparently Chloe knows a thing or two about cooking, as she’s hit these shores […]

Openings & Launches

London’s Next Hotel The Principal Opens

Back in 1898, Charles Fitzroy Doll (what a name) designed a hotel at 1-8 Russell Square and now 120 years later it is reopening at The Principal. The 334 bedrooms and suites have been designed by Tara Bernerd & Partners and The Principal in-house team, with each one featuring custom-made beds and furniture and ceramic and marble bathrooms. Adding a further touch of luxury each room will have specially commissioned artwork, Penguin clothbound classics, Ruark music systems and The Perfumer’s Story toiletries. When it comes to eating there’s Neptune, an all-day restaurant that focuses on seafood, although there will also […]

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What to do This Weekend

What We’re Up To This Weekend: 13th – 15th April

Not sure abut you but boy are we missing our three day weekends? As the week slides at a glacial pace toward the weekend, let’s at least focus on what’s coming up once we hit Friday!

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There’s Something New Happening in the Prosecco World

Champagne might be seen as the crème de la crème but it’s Prosecco that has captured the hearts of Londoners and most of the female population. What else would we drink at brunch? What else would we drink to celebrate, to commiserate or just because? Yes, there are other drinks, let’s not be pedantic, but are they as versatile? The answer you’re looking for is ‘no’. When we heard, then, that there might be a new sort of Prosecco taking over our bars we were all ears. There’s a revolution happening in the Prosecco region, just as natural and biodynamic wines are becoming increasingly popular, […]

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Health & Wellness

Meditate at This Iconic London Nightclub

Chances are you’ve done many things in Fabric, but you probably haven’t meditated, but with World Meditation Day coming up, there’s a new way to get a high in the iconic night club. Leading meditation expert, author and founder of Will Williams Meditation, Will Williams will be hosting a guide meditation session that will introduce you into the skill and the benefits you’ll experience from regularly meditating including better sleep, greater clarity and more energy. Following on from the meditation, BBC Radio 1’s B. Traits will be keeping it serene with ambient tones and then Jordan Rakel will be performing […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Top Chefs Collaborate For Charity Dinner at Perilla

Chefs from top London restaurants including Trinity, Elystan Street and Angler are joining together to host a one-off charity dinner at Perilla. They’ll be raising funds in support of St. Christopher’s Hospice who cared for Hamish Neve-Dunn a close friend of Perilla’s head chef, Ben Marks, who sadly passed away last year from leukaemia. So, Ben is getting his friends in the industry together to raise money in the way they know best. The six- course menu will see each chef create a bespoke dish, so you can expect roast scallop, stuffed pig’s foot, Iberian ham and hazelnuts by Gary […]

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Things to do Outdoors

The First Terrace Of Summer Arrives

Look out of the window right now and I can guarantee that you’ll be looking at a wall of grey sky. Grey on grey. But imagine, if you can, clear blue skies, people walking past not wearing scarves and bobble hats. Umbrellas banished, and champagne flutes bandied. Where would you want to be? Well I’d want to be on the latest summer terrance from Mondrian London, a popup in partnership with Laurent-Perrier. The hotel, one of my personal faves, already has a champagne takeover going on upstairs and now Laurent-Perrier are going to be working their magic downstairs at river level […]


We Review: Sunday Lunch at Kettner’s Townhouse

What: Soho’s favourite, Kettner’s Townhouse is back, having been bought up by Soho House it now returns as restaurant, Champagne bar and 33 bedroom boutique hotel. New? London has had a long love affair with Kettner’s, it was established back in 1867 by August Kettner rumoured to have been chef to Napoleon III, it was one of first restaurants to serve French food. Remaining open for 149 years, it closed its door in 2016. However, it’s next chapter began in January. Where? A minute from Soho House’s Dean Street Townhouse, you’ll find Kettner’s Townhouse at 29 Romilly Street, Soho, London […]

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The Biggest Spice Girls Exhibition Ever Comes to London

The defining band of the 90s, girl power and platform shoes, the Spice Girls, will be celebrated this July and August at #SpiceUpLondon – The Spice Girls Exhibition. The biggest exhibition of its kind, it’s a chance to fan girl over the iconic costumes, thousands of items of memorabilia and the Spice Bus, yep the bus that managed to jump over Tower Bridge in Spice World: The Movie. Sadly, the bus didn’t go onto have any more success and washed up on the Isle of Wight, dreaming of its former days, rather like many 90s pop stars, (the washed-up part, […]

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