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Rooftops and Terraces

12 Awesome Terraces To Visit Before It’s Too Late

When’s a terrace not a terrace? When it’s a rooftop? When it’s more bloody igloos (will we ever escape the igloos?). Well here’s a list of winter terraces. With some rooftops and igloos stirred in just to keep you as confused as we are.

Health & Wellness

One Of London’s Favourite London Hotel CLOSES, But Another Opens

Mondrian NONdrian, one of London’s best known hotels gets a makeover today and relaunches as Sea Containers London. Mondrian has been a feature in our lives for half a decade, effortlessly cool and endlessly surprising. How we’ve loved sipping quite literally the world’s best cocktails, at the world’s best bar (Dandelyan, of course), or enjoyed whiling the night away at Rumpus Room, the penthouse bar with some of London’s best views and one of the coolest vibes in town. Eating at Sea Containers Restaurant is always special treat while the spa is hands-down one of London’s best looking. Management of […]

Experiences & Pop-Ups

BIG News: London Gets Its Own Version Of Disneyland

Alton Towers pack your bags, Thorpe Park we’ll see you later, Chessington World of Adventures get gone, there’s a new kid on the theme park block, and it’s pretty darn magical! An entertainment resort that closely resembles Disneyland is parking up a 17-min train ride outside of London and we’ve got our magical carpets at the ready to Alice in Wonderland our way to its front doors. The theme park is a Hollywood-cum-Disneyland conglomeration that is bringing back all sorts of childlike qualities in us, set to be riddled with all sorts of rides, attractions, live shows and parades. Named […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Cheese Terrace That Comes With A Private Fondue Waiter

If you’re as fond-ue of cheese as we are then this will be a brie-lliant chance to gorge-onzola yourself. In other words, you gouda check it out… Le Pont de la Tour, the French Thames-side restaurant by Tower Bridge (clue’s in le nom), have launched a new cheese room and it comes with its own private fondue waiter. The intimate dining experience takes place throughout January in one of their posh sheds overlooking the Thames and the hut comes with the ultimate fondue feast. Take up to three friends and enjoy a three course menu with Champagne. The menu, starting […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Here’s Our V-day Things-To-Do

You’re on a Valentine’s day date with your other half. Big decisions lie ahead. Do you trust your heart, or your gut? Well if the decision is what to order in one of these restaurants, you certainly choose your gut because it’s going to be right. As for your heart? Well, who cares...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Calling All Exhibitionists: This Weekend Is No Trousers On The Tube Day

Not wearing trousers is the new wearing trousers! Or, at least, is it for one day a year when tube-riders throw away their inhibitions and lose what the Americans mistakenly call pants. Meanwhile tourists spend their day shielding their children’s eyes or taking photos. The whole thing started back in 2002 in New York with the  ‘No Pants Subway Ride’ and seven intrepid stripper-offers who wanted to improvise a small prank, and in doing so initiated an annual celebration of naked silliness. This year marks the tenth anniversary of London’s de-pantalooning, but the movement has also caused quite a stir […]

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Features

Why Being Single Is The New Sexy And How To Own It

It has been declared that 2019 is the year for all the single ladies. Lelo, guru on all things sexy, has predicted that this year, more than ever, women will be choosing to stay single. Being footloose and fancy free has its blatant perks. Here we take you on a (wolf) whistle stop tour of who’s...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

UPDATED! Burns Baby Burns! Burns’ Night Restos That Are Offally Good

‘Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face, Great Chieftain o’ the Puddin-race!’, yes Wordsworth and Shakespeare might not have days named after them, but Scotland’s greatest wordsmith does and it’s coming up. Like a sort of Scottish version of Chinese New Year, Burns’...

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News

Chock It Out! London’s First Chocktail Bar Is Coming!

Chocktails, anybody? I mean, as IF you needed to ask. Fill her up. London is getting its first chocolate cocktail bar and we’re basically already pitching our tent and sleeping bag outside like it’s an iPhone launch so that we can be first through the door when it opens. The concept, from Holly Brooks and Rachel Wisson has already taken Brighton by storm, and now it’s en-route to London with every cocktail being chocolate based. Quite how we managed to go this long without a cocktail bar dedicated to chocolate is a mystery (I just read that back and it sounds […]

Travel

Piece Of Cake: 10 Reasons It’s All About Madeira

When I told a friend that I was off to Madeira, she laughed “you’ll just be hanging out with people like my grandparents!”. Well, it turns out it’s the grannies who are having the last laugh; clearly when you retire, you’re given your bus pass, pension and a secret guide to some of...

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Features

Your 2019 Horoscope (Sort Of)

It’s a new year and so we consulted Me, a renowned medium (except H&M, where I’m sometimes an L), to bring you your 2019 horoscope. After all, why put so much effort into determining your own future, when I can just sit down with a Magic 8 Ball, a pint of cider and one of those...

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Reviews

Bath Ups Its Foodie Game With The Arrival Of These Culinary Giants

In recent years, the South West of England has gained attention because of its so called ‘comedy’ accents epitomised by Kerry Mucklowe, Vicky Pollard and Hot Fuzz. Of course, those of us who live here know that there is so much more to us than being gurt lush. So does Discover England who has just launched The Great West Way, a new 500 mile network of road, rail, river, canal and paths joining London to Bristol which encourages visitors to get off the beaten track and to explore just how much there is to offer outside of the capital. No […]

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