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11 Ways to Enjoy Wimbledon

New balls please, it’s Wimbledon again. But rather than joining a queue that stretches to Morden and back, or desperately trying to break through a human wall twenty bodies thick at an SW19 bar, then here are some ideas for you that will be far more sophisticated and enjoyable.

Openings & Launches

18 of the Best New Openings in June

After our long, cold winter and a small dalliance with some sun a couple of months ago, it seems like summer is well and truly here. Once more we can venture back out to the new venues of London to drink beer in gardens, dine alfresco and stay up with cocktails because it’s still light and...

Openings & Launches

A Pick ‘n Mix of Cuisine: Isla Ray to Open in Deptford

If you’re an advocate for food-well-travelled, or if you find choosing whether to have an Indian or Chinese takeaway more challenging than rocket science, then new Deptford restaurant Isla Ray is the nomad-enticing, food conglomeration you need to try. Owner Rachael Dalton-Loveland has taken...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Doga and Brunch at Pomona’s

Doga: dog yoga. Yes, you read that right. Pomona’s restaurant in Notting Hill is hosting a brunch event where guests get to enjoy a morning of dog-inspired yoga side by side with their favourite furry pal and then indulge in an outdoor brunch. Of course, there will also be special dog treats...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Get Ready For The 5th Annual London Bridge Open Kitchen

We might be in the middle of a heatwave, but that shouldn’t stop you making a beeline for the food festival happening this weekend in London Bridge, it’ll be buzzing. This year is the 5th annual feast of London Bridge Open Kitchen, celebrating the best of food and drink from the local...

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Travel

Ragu, Porticoes and Dissection: 10 Reasons to Visit Bologna

Bologna, home to ragu, the oldest university in the western world and the largest sundial in the world.  The historic capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is one half, wide arcaded streets and large piazzas and  the other, cobbled narrow streets. We’ve rounded up ten reasons why...

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Borough Wines and Beers Celebrate Their Birthday With Free Cocktails

When I read fortnight of free cocktails, I stopped everything I was doing and just stared at the sentence for a little bit. Free…cocktails… in what alternate-universe do such things exist? And where can I go to get my on my hands on such an alien concoction? Well, turns out not far away!...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

A Chef Series Of Shakespearian Proportions

If we learn one thing from Romeo and Juliet, besides maybe checking the other person’s dead before poisoning yourself, it’s ‘Tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers’; which at Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe won’t be a problem at all. Allan Pickett’s new chef...

Openings & Launches

The Wolseley’s On The Move… To Bicester

Guess which is the UK’s third most popular tourist attraction? No, not the Tower of London or the V&A, it’s… Bicester Village. Now guess where The Wolseley is opening their first spin-off restaurant? Bingo, you got it. With more visitors than the National Gallery or the Tate Modern, 6.4...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Mr Lyan Launches Secret Garden Supper Clubs

This supper club series might just have it all:  a secret location; alfresco dining and the award-winning Ryan Chetiywardana (Mr Lyan) and Douglas McMaster hosting. Hoxton restaurant, Cub is on the move this summer with three supper clubs all taking place in community gardens across London with...

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