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Thanks A Brunch! 10 Of London’s Best Brunches To Binge On

Buttermilk pancakes, smokey bacon sarnies, eggs benny, and nothing quite beats a full English breakfast when you’re hanging on a Sunday morning. But finding the will power to jump out of bed and into the city at the crack of dawn doesn’t sound the most appealing. Thankfully for the...

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It’s So Fetch: A Mean Girls Afternoon Tea Is Coming To London

On Wednesday’s we wear pink, and at DUO London we afternoon tea! The Mean Girls afternoon tea that’s coming to London is proving that, in fact, you can sit with us, as the movie-themed treat swings open its doors… no burn books allowed. Whilst the Mean Girls afternoon tea might be trying to make fetch happen, we don’t care because we’re too excited. The tea has hop, bopped and whizzed across the pond to try and make us pile on the pounds, like Cady tried to do with Regina… but we’re going to comply and attend, even though we disagree, because […]

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

24 Of The Best Places To Host Your Birthday

Hurrah! It’s your birthday! You’ve made it through another year but that does mean you’ll get the recurring question for the next month – you’re how old?! But that’s not the only issue. Where the frick do you have your birthday bash? That’s where The Handbook comes in. From brunch to afternoon tea, cocktails to live music, here is your new go-to guide for birthday celebrations in London – they’re no stranger to group bookings either so this year, you can really nail it. Otherworld Haggerston (0.1 miles) Take your friends on a sensory adventure as you step inside OTHERWORLD. You’ll enter an enchanting island […]

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You Had Me At Brunch… 7 Of London’s Best Themed Brunches

Whoever invented breakfast clearly didn’t have a 9-5 job. Who has time for breakfast before work when you can have an extra 20 minutes snoozing in bed? Anyway wasn’t brunch invented for those who don’t have time for brekkie in the morning but don’t want to miss the...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

5 Reasons You Need To Try This Bottomless Brunch

M Restaurant has taken the words of Bill Knott’s (Financial Times restaurant critic) and turned them into their new brunch concept. Talking of chef Michael Reid’s menu, Knott wrote that the menu ‘matches beauty with the beast’ and so this newly launched brunch has two sides to it. Light, fresh dishes matched with delicate, sparkling cocktails make up one half whilst the other consists of heartier, meatier dishes and cocktails with oomph. For me, the brunch was an instant hit and one that everyone should try and here’s why: The Beast For those in need of something meatier, punchier and […]

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Brunching On A Beach In Bloomsbury

Three of the finest B’s going – bottomless, beach and Bloomsbury, and they’re all for your taking as soon as June hits! Yes, the annual summer Beach Bar at The Montague on the Gardens is back, bringing a little slice of the Bahamas to Bloomsbury. In fact, it’s pretty crazy how much it resembles a beach – who needs a holiday when you’ve got this little sandy sanctuary? For the fourth year running chaps, they’re shipping in the real sand, they’ve got the beach-hut, they’re mixing up the Pina Coladas and they’re even serving up the bottomless brunch too in the […]

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The Down The Rabbit Hole Brunch You Won’t Want To Miss

Bottomless prosecco. Ah, now we’ve got your attention we shall begin… Mews of Mayfair has whipped up an Easter treat that’ll beat any Cadbury’s offering – yep, we said it! Their Down The Rabbit Hole bottomless brunch experience hopes to get you grinning like the Cheshire Cat with a welcome cocktail, two delicious courses, and two, yes two hours of bottomless prosecco on offer. It sounds like we’ll more likely be recreating Babe the pig, let alone a character from Alice in Wonderland! The theme of this brunch is very fitting as Mews of Mayfair, for those who don’t know, […]

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The Hair of the Dog Rooftop Brunch

Savage Garden is taking ‘hair of the dog’ to the next level by actually bringing dog hair to brunch. No this isn’t Goop’s latest way to achieve eternal youth although if you had told us that it was, we wouldn’t be surprised, rather Savage Garden is launching a new dog brunch that will take place on the first Sunday of every month. Launching this weekend, the brunch will be in partnership with pet accessories brand, Hiro + Wolf who will be giving out a special accessory surprise and goodie bags for your four-legged pal as well as giving you a […]

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The Brunch Where Champagne Arrives Via Your Own Personal Train

Chew chew! All aboard the Tattinger Express, a non-stopping service straight to your liver. Someone at Burger & Lobster has decided that the most efficient way to serve Champagne is to send it via trainset, and so for the restaurant’s new bottomless Champagne brunch they’ll be firing up the miniature railway and sending your drinks on the length of the nine-metre bar. Putting a whole new meaning to ‘the fat controller’, you can gorge on the full a la carte menu, which includes their ‘famous’ prime cut Nebraskan 10 ounce burger or wild Atlantic lobster (apparently one of the few […]

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Where to Party Like It’s 1929

Since its opening in 1929, Quaglino’s has always been the place to see and be seen. It’s been London’s watering hole for A-listers, the arts set and royalty. Princess Diana snuck through the kitchens, a table was permanently reserved for Princess Margaret and it was the first public restaurant ever visited by a reigning monarch when the Queen and Prince Philip dined in 1956. Having survived both the recession of the early 1990s and 2000s it has continued to be the go-to place for partying, entertainment and no doubt side of scandalous behaviour. When smoking was in, everyone turned into […]

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