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Liberty’s Gets A New Restaurant

Along with messers Harrod and Selfridge, Arthur Liberty is one of retail’s towering figures. His is a legacy that extends from changing the very face of Regent Street to being responsible for James May’s camera-offending warderobe. And while his surname has long been associated with the...

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Return Of A Mayfair Great

Don’t be a square, head to The Square! One of the gems of Bruton Street, The Square, is now under new ownership and after a major facelift will be reopening its doors on Friday 24th November in what promises to be a really exciting new chapter for this Mayfair hotspot. The redesign comes...

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There’s a Ferrero Rocher Pop-Up Opening

It turns out there is higher power, because next month there is going to be a whole pop-up dedicated to Ferrero Rocher. Taking place of two floors, this isn’t just a pop-up where you go and stuff your face (although we’d be happy with that too), no, at this pop-up you’ll be immersd in the...

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Pure Filth At The Tate Modern

We were thrilled to hear about the popup coming to Tate Modern, it’s Pure Filth. Get your minds out of the gutter, Pure Filth isn’t what you’re thinking, it’s a new food concept combining decadent cuisine with truly nutritious ingredients, healthy junk food if you will. Timed to coincide...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

The Popup Worth Making A Pilgrimage To

It’s time to make a pilgramage. Not to Rome, Mecca or Canterbury but to Dalston. Pilgrim, the four-date six-course popup was a total sell-out of a success when it originally popped up earlier this year, and so not only is it now returning for another run (and a new menu) across six dates this...

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1920’s Inspired, Classic British Restaurant Opens

If the walls in The Library at County Hall could talk then they would tell you about how about they watched many heated discussions between Margaret Thatcher and Ken Livingstone and how despite being struck by a bomb in World War II they managed to survive. They would also tell you that it is now...

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14 Winter Pop Ups You Need to Know About

Christmas may arguably be the best time of the year, indeed, it’s the only time you can get away with eating and drinking everything in sight. We’ve rounded up some of London’s best winter pop-ups, where you can indulge to your hearts content.

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South Pole Saloon Returns to Brixton Rooftop

Christmas is creeping around the corner whether we like it or not, and with that in mind it’s time we gave ourselves a long look in the mirror and decide if we have been naughty or nice this year. Before that happens however there is something you should know. The South Pole Saloon, is back, and...

Openings & Launches

Stevie Parle Opens Pastaio in Soho

Pasta master Stevie Parle has opened Pastaio on Soho’s Ganton Street. Pastaio, the term for a person who makes pasta by hand, will specialise in, you guessed it, fresh pasta. You’ll know Parle from runaway successes like Palatino, Craft London and Sardine so Pastaio is in very good...

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There’s a Ski Lodge Opening in Bloomsbury

The winter chill is well and truly here, and with it comes the urge to disappear to a chalet far up a French mountain side. Probably with someone sexy, called Sebastian or Isabelle. Sigh. Well we haven’t got their numbers, but we do have the inside scoop on an establishment that will trick you...

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