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Firezza Bring Their Giant Pizza to Soho

From Exeter to Milton Keynes to Reading and now to our beloved London. Firezza has won the nation over with their delivery pizzas that are described as being “born out of a love of simplicity”. And it’s about to get even better because finally, after years of requests, founder Edin Basic is set to open Firezza’s first dine-in experience in Soho. Firezza is set to give Soho a Neapolitan-style makeover when it opens it’s doors on Dean Street next month. Unlike your traditional round pizza, Firezza’s hand-stretched 100% natural dough pizza comes in squares, either a quarter or half a […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Live At Zédel Presents French Festival at Brassiere Zédel

When you think ‘French’, delicate macaroons, impeccable style and that accent are amongst the first things to come to mind. But this March, Brassiere Zédel have bought France to you, without even a mention of the Eiffel Tower nor a whiff of that Eurostar ticket. Teaming up with Live at Zédel, Brassiere Zédel will host an eight day extravaganza of French culture, filled with food, music and live performances. Many shows will grace the stage of the Crazy Coqs, including Les Siestes Acoustiques de Bastian Lallement, inviting you to enjoy music and spoken word, whilst you doze on the floor – […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

In The Dog House: Hot Dogs For Charity

MEATliquor is launching a special ‘In the Dog House’ cocktail menu, but it’s not what you’re thinking. Far from giving you a good telling off, MEATliquor are quite literally putting you in the dog house. For two months only, they are introducing a brand new, hot dog and dog themed cocktails to support local canine charities. Purchase the speciality hot dog (don’t worry, no real dogs were harmed in the making of this), ‘The Littlest Hobo’, made from a traditional Beechwood smoked beef wiener and loaded with Hobo beer cheese sauce, or the St Bernard Cocktail, a blend of Brandy and Luxado Cherry […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

London’s New Chocolate Afternoon Tea

We’re British; we’re known for our love of afternoon tea and we are well aware of that, but more recently we’re known for our high chocolate consumption (we are firmly in the top ten of the chocolate consumption league…oops). Therefore, the two combined make a match made in heaven and St Martin’s Lane knows that. Let us introduce you to the Chocolate Dreams Afternoon Tea in partnership with British cocoa growers Hotel Chocolat…and there’s unlimited hot chocolate. Hotel Chocolat has devised a menu that no chocoholic will be disappointed with. To start savoury, how about a caraway roll with chicken, tarragon and sundried […]

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Fortnum and Mason
Openings & Launches

3 and 6 Bar, Fortnum & Mason’s New Bar

If you were having a cocktail party in the 1930s and didn’t want to have to put in the work, then you could pay Fortnum & Mason to throw the party for you in your own house. Handy. And the cost for that was just three shillings and sixpence, or in today’s terms £11 (don’t worry that didn’t include alcohol, otherwise we really are getting a rough deal now) which is the same price as Fortnum’s iconic cocktails. Whilst you can’t get Fortnum’s to throw a party for you, for 3’6 you can visit their new bar: 3 and 6. […]

Bars, Clubs & Drinks

The Bar Swapping Cocktails for Books

World Book Day at school was great, you got a free book and could dress up as your favourite character. You either went all out and arrived in a bear suit, duffel coat and red wellingtons, or you came in normal clothes and pretended you were some girl from a Jacqueline Wilson book – lacking imagination we say. Perhaps we need to start introducing it into offices too… Anyway, Paddington costume or not, we will be heading to The Bloomsbury Club Bar, because to celebrate World Book Day on the 2nd March, they will be swapping books for cocktails. You […]

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February Venues
Openings & Launches

15 of the Top Bars and Restaurants that Opened in February

And just like that we are almost through the second month of the year. Where did it go? No one knows. In amongst Valentine’s Day, the end of Dry January and awards season there have been rather a lot of new openings. We’ve had new ventures from Jason Atherton, more openings at Nova and third restaurants from Yard Sale and Hawksmoor. Here are 15 to add to your never-ending bucket list… Hai Cento Jason and Irha Atherton have again teamed with Chef Patron, Paul Hood, for another winning collaboration, serving up casual New York/Italian dishes and classic Italian cocktails at […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Foodflix: Food and Film at Bluebird

First we had the BAFTAs, then we had the Oscars, so it’s fair to say that awards season is well and truly here. To celebrate, Bluebird Chelsea has decided to bring the Silver Screen to West London and air some classic films from over the years in their event, Foodflix. Upon arrival guests will be treated to a welcome drink before they enjoy a 2-course dinner and settle down to watch a movie. Enjoy mains such as crispy soft shell crab in a brioche roll and the Bluebird cheeseburger served with fries. Vegetarian? A Moroccan vegetable tagine with couscous will be on offer to […]

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Doggy Brunch comes to London

It’s no secret, we love dogs. With the advent of pet cafes springing up (Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium) we can’t help but feel man’s best friend deserves some attention. Whilst many airlines now let your canine companion travel beside you and an increasing number of hotels allow pets, one of the last bastions of dog-free experiences are fine dining restaurants. Until now. The award-winning M Victoria St has announced the launch of its new Six Legs brunch menu. Full of tempting treats for humans and their cute companion, each of you can enjoy two delicious albeit rather different courses. Whilst they […]

Openings & Launches

Blacklock Opens in the City

Locations with character and history are key when it comes to Gordon and the Blacklock team. Their first restaurant is a housed in a former Soho brothel and now, their second restaurant will be opening in an old electricity substation in the basement of a Grade II listed building. Which just so happens to sit on the site of one of the oldest Medieval meat markets in the city. Obviously, the meat on site is going to be much better now than the meat on offer back in the Medieval period – as you’d expect. They’ve been in close talks […]

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