The Trendiest Place to Eat Pizza: Canova Hall

What: Not your typical Italian restaurant, Canova Hall is straying from traditional options and giving Italian food a 21st century make-over. First Impression: There were a lot of attractive people at Canova Hall and not like Chelsea kind of attractive where everyone has an element of part time model about them but a lot of normal attractive people milling about, including staff I may add. On The Menu: The casual, Italian menu has everything you would expect from an Italian like pizza and pasta and a tonne of a cheese plus, seeing as Canova Hall is in trendy Brixton, a load […]


Summer Literary Festivals around the UK

The number of literary festivals around the UK has skyrocketed, and summer is the perfect time to explore all they have to offer. With options scattered around the area and focusing on a variety of subjects, there is a festival for everyone to enjoy! Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Fest 2018 What: Poetry with a Shakespearian Twist Why: The poetry festival will celebrate its 65th year this summer, and it is sure to be quite an experience. This year’s theme is peace and reconciliation. The festival celebrates local and international poets, with open-mic nights and interactive workshops to keep guests entertained between readings. […]


From Axe Throwing To Yoga: 10 Reasons To Visit Whistler In The Summer

As skiing destinations go, Whistler, 75 miles and one and a half hours out of Vancouver, is second to none. The altitude, climate and stunning surroundings, not to mention an apres ski scene to rival even the most glamorous Alp, all make it one of the world’s favourite ski resorts. Except what happens when the snow melts and the ski crowd plod off in their massive boots? Quite a lot, actually. So here’s what to do in Whistler in the summer. Throw Some Axes It turns out that axe throwing is pretty much a local delicacy in Canada, ideal for […]

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Get Drunk Like A Vegan

One thing that strikes fear into the heart of any vegan: ordering food in a non-vegan restaurant. The mix of having to scrutinise the menu and interrogating the waiter on the exact ingredients used can be a stressful affair, but at least the drinks menu is a safe space, right? Wrong. Cocktail menus have all sorts of sneaky animal-derided products in them like egg whites, honey and cream-based liqueurs – enter Dead Dolls House. All of the cocktails at Dead Dolls House are totally vegan-friendly, that’s right, vegans can booze it up guilt free. This means you can drink away […]

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What to do This Weekend

Inspiration For This Weekend: 15th – 17th June

It’s not too late to rush to a card shop, grab the first one on the rack, scribble a message, slap on a stamp and shove your fathers’ day card into a pillar box. But time is ticking down. However, should you entirely forget then you could salvage something by taking them to one of these events, make it look like you planned it all along. Or maybe you’ve ticked off fathers’ day and you’re looking for something for you, in which case here’s a smorgasbord of weekend options. Truefitt And Hill What: A Close Shave Why: The world’s oldest […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Battersea Power Station Launches Seafood Festival

Shell yeah, there’s a seafood festival coming to London? Why is it that the sea just wants me to break out in puns? Who knows, I’ll try to avoid the pier-pressure. Anyway… taking place at Battersea Power Station next week, the festival is five days of seafood, masterclasses, street food, live music and sea-theme cinema screenings. Chefs taking part in the demonstrations include Mark Hix, Vivek Singh, Tum Hughes and Francesco Mazzei whilst events include a crayfish boil at Wright Brothers; a special brunch dish at Tonkotsu; coffee masterclasses at The Coffee Works Project and a seafood lunch with plenty […]

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Bloom Burgers Have Some Seriously Nice Buns

Alert: D&D Group are trying to break the cameras on our phones. Well, not really, but they’ve already given us the most instagrammable of venues with their Bloom Room’s for their #BlossomCity18 campaign, and now they’re back with burgers that look like the type of things a unicorn might snack on during lunch. All of this colour frenzy is the result of Paternoster Chop House coinciding with D&D to create this lovely little buns. Introducing Bloom Burgers – the meat delights that promise to see a few extra likes popping up on your posts, and the occasional DM slider asking […]

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Awesome Afternoon Teas

‘Afternoon Par-tea’ in Shoreditch

Afternoon tea is a famous British past time, cute fancy drink with crumpets and scones. But it does get boring after a while, interested in looking for a boost in taste and flavour in your tea? Shoreditch is amping up your afternoon tea, with Cocktail Trading Co’s  Afternoon Par-tea which they are promising to be a ‘booze-infused affair’. Sounds like an exciting time having your tea with alcohol, especially when cocktails are being mixed into the fun, expect it to be brimming with colourful concoctions and tasty treats. CTC’s ‘Afternoon Par-Tea’ will be a cocktail and cake-driven singalong bonanza, all to the […]

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Secret Garden Cointreau Pop-Up

“A Margarita without Cointreau is not Worth its Salt”. Margarita Sames famously said it, and 70 years on we’re still completely on side, but like any match made in heaven, Margarita needs its crucial ingredient, Cointreau. Cointreau has a certain timeless to it, with a splash of Hollywood in the 1920s retro typography set across the bottle. Therefore, like we commemorate any birthday of a legend, a great or anything iconic, we are celebrating the 70th birthday of the Margarita with what else but Cointreau? The orange liqueur has joined summery toned forces with South Place Hotel, to bring a […]

Seasonal & Celebrations

Happy July 4th at Mondrian London

Celebrate American Independence Day on this side of the pond? Normally, we wouldn’t dare, but an exception can be made for Mondrian London’s July 4th celebration. To honour their heritage in the states and the holiday, the Mondrian will be having several events in early July with an American emphasis. The hotel’s restaurant Sea Containers will kick off the fun with a special menu on the US holiday. There will be all kinds of delicious American food to be had, with Londoners getting a chance to sample ‘Maryland Crab Cakes,’ ‘All American Barbecue Ribs,’ ‘Strawberries and Cream Donuts’ and more. […]

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