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Openings & Launches

DND: The City’s New Speakeasy

Ziegfeld Follies: a series of Broadway and Vaudeville shows in early twentieth century New York. The follies were famous for their troupe of beautiful, slightly risque, chorus girls, known as Ziegfeld girls. Wearing elaborate costumes they “paraded up and down flights of stairs as anything...

Openings & Launches

The Grande Dame Of Bloomsbury

‘Grande Dame’ is a title used only for a handful of hotels, suggesting a certain scale, longevity and luxury, you never hear Travel Lodge referred to as ‘the grande dame of Charnock Richard Service Station’. The Principal London, however, has achieved Grande Dame status even before it opens...

Guides

9 Alternative Christmas Feasts

As it is now December we can officially say it is not too early to start planning your Christmas. Mission number one, the turkey. Who’s cooking it, who’s bringing it? Do we even want turkey? No, tired of the big bird?  Don’t worry, there are plenty of alternatives, from Christmas...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

There’s Another Ivy, But This One’s Different

The Ivy genie is well and truly out of the bottle, those guys can’t go a month or two without launching another restaurant, and long may it continue because they’ve all been fabulous! This time around, though, it’s not another Ivy branded grill and brasserie but something a bit different.

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Openings & Launches

The Thomas Cubitt Gets A Marylebone Cousin

Cubitt House already own a fantastic stable of restaurants and hotels, including The Thomas Cubitt on Elizabeth Street, The Orange, The Grazing Goat, The Alfred Tennyson and now they’re to be joined by The Coach Makers Arms. The three storey public house perfectly fits the style of Cubitt...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Perfect Winter Dates

Traditionally Christmas is a time for getting together, magical walks beneath fairy lights, meeting under the clock at Waterloo or strolling round the stalls in a Christmas market hand in hand. Of course Christmas, and the immediate aftermath, are also classic break-up territory too, meaning that...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

New McCain Roastaurant

If there is one place in the world that is mad about their roasts it’s England. I thought it was a British thing, but no, turns out the Scots aren’t too bothered, (not sure about Wales), but we in England are just potty about them. Every Sunday, it is a tradition for the family to sit down...

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Reviews

We Review: Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell’s New Afternoon Tea

What?  Your great aunt Wilhelmina* has called, she is putting on an afternoon tea and has invited that you join her in her Georgian townhouse, for sandwiches, scones and of course an alcoholic tipple or two. New? Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell isn’t, but the tea is relatively new. During the...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

A “Kultured” Pop-Up In Soho

Just when you thought there wasn’t enough places to get a drink in Soho; bars are now just popping up. Yes, that’s right a new pop-up bar is set to take up residence in Soho from the 29th November, aka tomorrow. So get your glad rags on, your purse handy and I’ll meet you down there. The...

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Travel

Meghan And Harry: The Honeymoon

Get the bunting out, let’s deck the house with union jacks and plan a street party. It’s official: Harry and Meghan are getting married! Everyone knows that getting married is one of the most stressful events in anyone’s life, spare a thought for poor Meghan writing all those save-the-dates...

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