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Restaurant Story presents ‘Bedtime Story’.

We promised ourselves we’d be healthy this week but we put that idea to bed when we heard about Restaurant Story’s new ‘Bedtime Story’. This involves a selection of digestifs paired with chocolate bars by Cocoa Runners. The digestifs include pisco, mezcal, whisky and chartreuse. There...

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Get Hot with Sticky Fingers

My Mother always told me not to play with fire. But then again maybe she hadn’t heard of the new Sticky Fingers#PlayWithFire. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-5pm former Rolling Stones member Bill Wymans Sticky Fingers restaurant has introduced two new menu items that will relight your...

Openings & Launches

Bull in a China Shop

A restaurant with a focus on whisky that’s open all day? I’m listening. Bull in a China Shop opens early April bringing with it over 30 choice Japanese and Scotch whiskies to the thirsty masses. Soaking up the alcohol will be a tempting menu of Chinese spiced, whisky glazed rotisserie chicken...

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Chick ‘n’ Sours: Proper Fried Chicken

Think fried chicken and you probably think of the end of a night out, sitting on those flimsy red plastic chairs as you drunkenly work your way through a box of grease. Well your opinion of fried chicken is set to change next month as Kingsland Road welcomes Chick ‘n’ Sours which is going to...

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Pin Drop Presents William Boyd

Alcohol, literature and a best-selling author. What more could you ask for on Wednesday 1st of April? It sounds too good to be true but this is no April fool. BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, the home of the British Academy of Film and Telvsion Arts is hosting its first Pin Drop event with best selling author...

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Singer Tavern: more drinks less sewing

Sewing should only be attempted by a professional, aka mum, unless, of course the sewing bit is only a front and it actually involves drinking cocktails. In which case, count us in. Yes a very warm welcome to the new martini bar downstairs at the 5cc Singer Tavern. It may look like an east end...

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Prescription Cocktails at the Reform Social & Grill

Drink lots of water and get some rest are probably things that spring to mind when you hear ‘just what the doctor ordered’, but that’s boring and we can’t get drunk that way. Reform Social & Grill in Marylebone has come up with a much better and boozey idea; write your drink order on a...

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Maître Choux (you won’t get it at Iceland)

Unless you’re on the continent or paying through the nose in super swish restaurants over here, the closest you’re likely to get to top notch, freshly baked choux pastry is the freezer section at Iceland. And as we haven’t seen an Iceland in the environs of South Kensington, it’s a good job...

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Rivington Grill’s Gin Bop

What other drink can say it caused a whole city to go temporarily crazed? Or is nicknamed Mother’s Ruin? None apart from beloved gin (the craze being the one that swept London in the first half of the 18th century when you could buy a glass for a few pennies). London’s love of gin is still...

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7 Places to go to Cure a Hangover

Oh hangovers, the body’s way of punishing you for having one too many last night, especially given the older we get the worse they seem to get – which frankly is just unfair.  The pounding headaches, the nausea, the worry at what you said the night before and generally hating of the world and...

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