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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

German Gymnasium Drink to our Icons

Cocktails, like pieces of art, are a thing of beauty – especially circa 5.30pm on a Friday when you’ve barged past every fellow commuter, sashayed your way on to the escalator and pushed through the tiny tube door gap, to ride off into the sunset, and get your hands on one. Well, the next time...

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...

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...

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Reviews

Tel Aviv Café Culture in Hampstead

What? Though I’m a southerner who lives (very) east and works (very) west, you’d be mistaken to think I’m a fully- fledged, compass-conquering Londoner. In fact, there is a very big, north-shaped gap in my familiarity – it’s one of the main things that attracted me to Café Hampstead.

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Forget The Footy, I’m Going Human Zorbing On Ice

Tomorrow the world will go football mad as the World Cup kicks off in Russia. I’m going to be honest and admit that I’m not a footy fan (we might or might not have gotten complaints that my Where To Watch The World Cup guide yesterday wasn’t up-beat enough) but when your only...

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Reviews

We Review: The Real Greek’s New Vegan Menu

What: A recent pundit for vegan food, I was first hand up in the office when it came to sampling the brand new vegan menu at The Real Greek in Soho. It’s all in the name at this restaurant, whose first branch opened its doors in the same year Julia Roberts wandered into a certain Notting Hill...

Openings & Launches

The Unmissable FEST: Camden’s Latest Addition

Camden Market is one of the most happening places, and a brief wander can lead you straight into a life size E.T. at Stables Market, into a Cereal Killer Café or into someone wandering around sipping from a giant coconut. In other words, you never know what to expect, but that’s what keeps it...

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Openings & Launches

Banh Bao Brothers Keep it in the Family

It would appear that the people behind Vietnamese restaurant Banh Bao Brothers had some hearty, flavoursome meals as kids… and certainly didn’t hide their food in plants, under carpets or in other crevices for that matter. The new Vietnamese restaurant, Banh Bao Brothers, set to open this...

Rooftops and Terraces

Have a Forage at Rosewood’s Summer Terrace

It’s around that time of the year where a trip down Oxford Street, or any busy shopping street for that matter in the hot sun and bustling crowds, causes family fall-outs, a bled dry bank card, and foot ache that causes the whole excursion to centre around buying a new pair of shoes. In other...

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Awesome Afternoon Teas

We Review London’s Most Popular Afternoon Tea: Tale As Old As Time

What: It’s Disney meets Kensington with The Tale as Old as Time Afternoon Tea at Town House. Based on the award-winning Disney film, and my personal favourite, Beauty and the Beast, which you’ll see touches of throughout. New? The Afternoon Tea has been totally sold-out since its inception...

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