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Movember Grooming with Young’s

Are any of your loved ones taking part in Movember? Of course, they are-it is now an inaugural event in a man’s calendar and whilst it is obviously fantastic for charity, it is not always as lovely for us girlies. Not a fan of the facial hair that is suddenly always there, comfortably settling itself just above your man’s upper lip? If so, The Handbook is here to help with a solution that will tame that ‘stashe whilst also letting your boy do his thing for charity. Let us introduce you to: Young’s Grooming stations which will be popping up across […]

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Scandinavia Comes to The Bluebird

What do Ikea, ABBA and The Bluebird all have in common? No not great music, fantastic furniture and delicious food (although they all have these too) but Scandinavia. Now we know that The Bluebird’s inclusion in this denouncement is a little strange but bear with us because on 24th November, Scandinavia will officially be coming to Chelsea in the shape of The Bluebird’s Scandi Bird pop-up and don’t worry, any ABBA shenanigans will be left at home. The pop-up terrace, which will be transformed into a Nordic inspired haven complete with Christmas trees, twinkling fairy lights and reindeer skins will […]

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Soho Ski and Rum Chalet

While you add another pin of a snow-capped mountain to your wanderlust album on Pinterest and wonder if you still have your hiking gear, let us introduce you to a new Soho Ski and Rum Chalet from iconic Latin-American restaurant and bar Floridita. Located underneath the Soho restaurant’s iconic sweeping staircase, a pop-up has been created to make you think that you’ve been whisked away to the Argentinian ski region for the winter season. Decorated with tactile furs and brightly coloured Argentinian fabrics, guests are welcome to relax with rum cocktails from Floridita’s extensive selection of rums which even includes […]

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Selin Kiazim at Carousel

You must have heard about Carousel by now… if not shame on you. Situated in Marylebone it’s the brainchild of Shuttlecock Inc, a permanent pop-up, where chefs and groups take up residencies to show off their menus and skills to Londoners alongside, performances and music. And now it is the turn of Selin Kiazim, who takes up the reins following on from the likes of Javier Rodriguez, Giorgio Locatelli and Paris Pop-Up. Since her 6 month residency at Trip Kitchen, Londoners  have been lusting over Selin’s Turkis- Cypriot influenced food, and her residency which launches today can’t come soon enough, […]

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The Little Yellow Door

Let’s be honest, as much as we love a good night out, it is pretty difficult to top a great house party. There is just something about these wild affairs that you wouldn’t find on your average night out and whilst the flat party we have in mind is probably more Made in Chelsea than Skins, that does not reduce it standing as a great affair. For this reason alone, we were delighted to hear about The Little Yellow Door, a party pop-up that is descending onto Notting Hill Gate promising weekly dinners and drinks that will be difficult to […]

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Capturing Kings Cross with Foto Ruta

2014 was officially coined ‘the year of the selfie’ but this looks set to change with the Fota Ruta Clue, a photographic pop-up that seeks to celebrate one of most polarising and evolving neighbourhoods in London: Kings Cross. Based at the St. Pancras Hotel, the camera will be turned on its head, capturing the sights of the city and using photography to engage people with their surroundings in a sociable and creative way. Now, we know that Kings Cross is often seen as a commuter hub, a stop on a journey rather than the final destination, but Foto Ruta hope […]

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The Underground Drinking Club Launches

You're still drinking at street level? Haven't you heard it’s time to get down and dirty (or at least down) as the Underground Drinking Club returns to London this Saturday? Like a speakeasy but with less bars hidden behind bookshelves and more cocktails being made under street level.    Hosted in Old Street station, guests can pick from 3 exclusive two hour slots where they then head down below the city streets to enjoy a unique drinking experience. Menus are banished as London’s best bartenders, armed with Russian Standard Platinum, exotic juices, syrups, spices and garnishes, will use their vast […]

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Caravan heads to Frieze Art Fair

If you’re heading to the Frieze Art Fair (15th -18th October) then in amongst viewing the art, make sure you head to Caravan who have taken elements of their King’s Cross and Exmouth Market restaurants to create a 130-cover restaurant, which will also feature a 40-cover bar and nestled under Regent’s Park tree canopy, a private outdoor terrace which sits a further 40 guests. Chef-Owner Miles Kirby will be making sure the seasonal and local produce will be the focus of the menu, with a mixture of classic signature dishes and dishes especially created for the fair. Small plates include […]

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Breakfast with Charles Pop-Up

The brunch collective, Breakfast with Charles are on a mission to reinvent brunch. Rather than a post gym refuel of smoothies and eggs or a hazy hungover bacon roll they want to make the brunch the main affair, a long, lazy all-day event (briner anyone?), where you roll out of bed and spend the day eating, drinking and setting the world to rights with your friends.   This weekend they are heading to The Pillbox Kitchen in Bethnal Green for a two day pop-up showcasing the best of their brunch dishes from the past year.  So to start expect to […]

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London Cocktail Week: Cuervo’s Hacienda

Prior to my evening at the Cuervo’s Hacienda at The Hoxton, I had always associated tequila with hot summers and the beach but I am pleased to say that on this occasion I was proved entirely wrong. Whilst the opening of London Cocktail Week saw a severe drop in temperature, the heat at The Hoxton was palpable with two tequila based cocktails in particular filling the cold spot excellently. In aid of the winter months which as much as we hate to admit are slowly but surely becoming a reality, I was delighted to try the Autumnal Tradicional Sour Margarita […]

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