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In The Dog House: Hot Dogs For Charity

MEATliquor is launching a special ‘In the Dog House’ cocktail menu, but it’s not what you’re thinking. Far from giving you a good telling off, MEATliquor are quite literally putting you in the dog house. For two months only, they are introducing a brand new, hot dog and dog themed cocktails to support local canine charities. Purchase the speciality hot dog (don’t worry, no real dogs were harmed in the making of this), ‘The Littlest Hobo’, made from a traditional Beechwood smoked beef wiener and loaded with Hobo beer cheese sauce, or the St Bernard Cocktail, a blend of Brandy and Luxado Cherry […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Sandwich Amnesty: Upgrade Your Lunch at The Cheese Bar

If like us, you can regularly be found spending your weekends exploring London’s food markets, you may be familiar with little Alfie, the bright yellow 1970’s ice cream van selling the best grilled cheese sandwiches in London…it’s The Cheese Bar. Let us put a big cheesy smile on that face of yours by telling you that The Cheese Bar is set to open the doors to its first permanent restaurant in the historic Camden Stable Market (we told you about it here back in December). To celebrate their upcoming permanent restaurant, the king of grilled cheese Mathew Carver has teamed up […]

Openings & Launches

3 and 6 Bar, Fortnum & Mason’s New Bar

If you were having a cocktail party in the 1930s and didn’t want to have to put in the work, then you could pay Fortnum & Mason to throw the party for you in your own house. Handy. And the cost for that was just three shillings and sixpence, or in today’s terms £11 (don’t worry that didn’t include alcohol, otherwise we really are getting a rough deal now) which is the same price as Fortnum’s iconic cocktails. Whilst you can’t get Fortnum’s to throw a party for you, for 3’6 you can visit their new bar: 3 and 6. […]

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Doggy Brunch comes to London

It’s no secret, we love dogs. With the advent of pet cafes springing up (Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium) we can’t help but feel man’s best friend deserves some attention. Whilst many airlines now let your canine companion travel beside you and an increasing number of hotels allow pets, one of the last bastions of dog-free experiences are fine dining restaurants. Until now. The award-winning M Victoria St has announced the launch of its new Six Legs brunch menu. Full of tempting treats for humans and their cute companion, each of you can enjoy two delicious albeit rather different courses. Whilst they […]

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Blacklock
Openings & Launches

Blacklock Opens in the City

Locations with character and history are key when it comes to Gordon and the Blacklock team. Their first restaurant is a housed in a former Soho brothel and now, their second restaurant will be opening in an old electricity substation in the basement of a Grade II listed building. Which just so happens to sit on the site of one of the oldest Medieval meat markets in the city. Obviously, the meat on site is going to be much better now than the meat on offer back in the Medieval period – as you’d expect. They’ve been in close talks […]

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Nirvana Kitchen
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Nirvana Kitchen Review: What We Thought

What: Smart pan-Asian dining in a hotel restaurant. New? Nirvana Kitchen is new to Marylebone, connected to the 5* Montcalm Hotel, metres from Marble Arch. Where: 61 Upper Berkeley Street, Marylebone W1H 7PP, www.nirvanakitchenlondon.co.uk On the Menu: Nirvana Kitchen is all about pan-Asian, aka the best of both worlds when you want a curry but you also want noodles. Designed for sharing, it’s recommended that you order three starters to share (they’re small), two mains and a few sides, all inspired by Indian, Thai and Far Eastern cuisines. First Impressions: First things first, don’t trust Google Maps… Or the address […]

Openings & Launches

The Iconic Garage Relaunches

Since it opened back in 1993, The Garage in Islington has been one of London’s most loved live music venues hosting the likes of Radiohead, Lil Yachty, Bring Me the Horizon and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. You might have noticed things have been changing over there, well now it’s been taken over, refurbished and it’s almost ready for business once more. Now owned by the DHP Family (Oslo, Hackney and Rock City, Nottingham) The Garage will not only be a legendary music venue once more, but during the day you can stop in for coffee, craft beer and cocktails. The […]

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What to do This Weekend

What To Do This Weekend: 24th-26th February

Oh weekend, we’ve been waiting for you and now you’re finally within our reaches. This time tomorrow it’ll be Friday and we’ll all be on full weekend mode, but for today let us just get you in the mood with these top plans. From new brunches and afternoon teas to rooftop pop-ups and story telling…

Reviews

Smith & Wollensky Brunch Review: What We Thought

What? One of London’s top steak restaurants, Smith & Wollensky hopped across the pond a couple of years ago, bringing with it USDA prime beef and pretty epic puddings. They’ve recently expanded into brunch because they (rightly) think that steak is too good to save for later in the day… New? Smith & Wollensky opened in London back in 2015 but only launched their brunch towards the end of last year. We headed along one Sunday to check it out. Where? The Adelphi, 1-11 John Adam Street, Strand, WC2N 6HT, www.smithandwollensky.co.uk On the Menu: Printed on a satisfyingly large and weighty A3 sheet, the brunch […]

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Openings & Launches

TT Liquor: The Cocktail Bar With 1000 Liquors

Kingsland Road inhabitants and fans, listen up, launching this Friday is TT Liquor, a subterranean cocktail bar and specialist liquor store – now isn’t that a good welcome to the weekend? Set across three floors, you’ll enter into the liquor store, here you’ll find over 1000 liquors including many bottles which are normally tricky to get hold of. Buy and take them home, or buy to keep them at one their deposit boxes so you can build up your own private liquor collection for each time you visit. Downstairs in the bar, you’ll be able to get all 1000 liquors – […]

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