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There’s a Month Long Food Festival Coming to Waterloo

Waterloo Food Month is upon us, and the theme this year is Flavours of the Waterloo World. This festival is one of the most eclectic food gatherings in London, with events ranging from World Cup screenings to live debates. There will be night markets, cake lock -ins (no you’re not dreaming)...

Things to do Outdoors

Seas the Day and Set Sail on London’s Best Boat Bars

What’s better than a bar? A bar that floats – that’s what. And oh buoy, do us Londoners like to be beside the seaside (or anchored up in a London borough, but you get the gist). So, with Summer upon us we’ve rounded up the best boat bars, to anchorage you to have a tipple or two in the sun...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

Claridge’s Masterclass For Home Cooks

I’m not the best cook out there, but I can still survive on my cooking… I think. I doubt I’ll be hosting dinner parties any time soon. And when I’m too lazy to cook, I go to a restaurant. Relatable enough? Well if you’re interested in improving your cooking skills, so...

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What to do This Weekend

Guide to Pride: Where to Celebrate #PrideMonth

To celebrate the joyous and undeniably colourful month of Pride, we’ve rounded up an array of places to pop to, from rainbow cocktails and churros to Wagamama’s bright benches. So, without further ado, feast your eyes on food, party hard and take pride in you. Happy Pride Month.

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Openings & Launches

Turning Over a New Lily Pad: Adam Handling to Open The Frog in Hoxton

Those who’ve been to The Frog E1 can’t deny it’s an absolute ribbeting find, (that was meant to be riveting but I threw in a frog pun). Besides, I’m quite good at them…so I’ve been toad. On a more serious note, trust chef Adam Handling to open a test project (The Frog E1) on a temporary...

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Reviews

This Restaurant is Making Our Cheese Dreams Come True

What: Our cheese prayers have been answered, no longer do you have to jump on a plane to the Alpes to stuff yourself silly on raclette, you can now hop on the tube and arrive at the Alpes in Brixton admittedly less snow and no skiing but let’s not be pedantic here. Why? Because street food...

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

Gin Mare Cocktail Mediterranean Adventure Around London

Gin Mare presents Med Transfers, a unique urban tour meant to transport Londoners to the Mediterranean without ever boarding a flight. Over six weeks, there will be a route through London to visit partner restaurants and enjoy perfectly paired drinks. At each stop, ticket holders will get a chance...

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Openings & Launches

Huckster, Bringing New York to Paddington

If you’re a fellow traveler coming to and fro from Paddington and always waiting for your train at the station, take the time to visit Paddington Central for a new space that is retro New York inspired. Huckster is a new all-day dining and drinking destination, designed as an urban market for...

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...

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Turns Out Our April Fool’s Joke Isn’t a Joke…

It was our absurd April Fool’s joke that seemed to have a few readers duped into believing that you really could eat dog food in Dalston – you laugh but it seems that our jinx has turned out to be true and the last laugh is on us. We’re such trendsetters. Why? Because pet food company...

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