Wake up. Hit the snooze button (x3). Feel guilty about skipping the gym. Sound familiar? Us too. Running or cycling or lifting weights facing a white wall can just get so boring. That combined with the comfort and warmth of our beds just makes it really difficult to get out the front door in the morning. But there’s this phenomena that has taken over New York and East London; it goes by the name of Daybreaker and is a pre-work (sober) dance party now making it’s way to West London. Still, getting up early for a dance party sounds like hard work. […]
There’s just something about a pop-up that has us manically checking our diary, clearing whatever is interfering and heading over there before it vanishes as quickly as it appeared – and this is no different. Cadbury have announced the return of the ridiculously popular Creme Egg Cafe, but this time there is a twist. Coinciding with the appearance of Creme Eggs in a shop near you and their new ‘hunting season’ adverts, it’s only fitting that the pop-up is coming in the form of a hunting lodge. The lodge will start off at the London Eye on the 27th January […]
Blue Monday: supposedly the most depressing day of the year. It’s the third week of January, we are back in the full swing of work, have no holidays booked for months, our glasses are dry and our bank accounts are too. Ok, ok, perhaps we’re wallowing too much – it’s not that bad. Especially when we have free pizza, free prosecco, free flowers, free massages, free comedy and free gin to get us through. Happy Monday!
As part of their Club Residencies project, The Bloomsbury Club Bar welcome BlackTail, the critically acclaimed NYC bar from the team behind The Dead Rabbit (officially named The World’s Best Bar). BlackTail itself evokes Prohibition era bars in Havana, with it’s name referring Aeromarine Airways, which helped give temporary respite to Americans from their booze-less land. Well, legal booze anyway. While drinks are inspired by Prohibition, they have been refined using modern techniques and for modern tastes. Their inventive menu will certainly bring a taste of New York (and Havana) to London, offering four of BlackTail’s most popular drinks as […]
A Tai Chi menu at a restaurant? No, it is not a list of Tai Chi moves to choose from, but a menu of healthy Asian dishes. The menu has been created by Executive Chef Ping Coombes, of Masterchef fame, aiming to embrace the philosophy of Tai Chi in food form. The menu promotes health, wellbeing and most importantly, balance – much like Tai Chi. So to balance out the healthy chicken and Chinese herb soup with goji berries, enjoy a deep fried tuna and avocado sushi roll. Or to balance out the quinoa salad with cucumber, cherry tomato, egg, […]
Let’s face it, it takes a special breed of person to not want some kind of reward after exercise. Be it a protein shake, bubble bath or burger (yep, we said it), it’s nothing new that rewards improve motivation and quite frankly, the bigger the reward the harder we’ll work. Although physical and psychological benefits of exercise should be enough on their own, in January when we are cold and broke we need a little more. Introducing the (world’s first) cafe that takes exercise as payment. Yes you heard it; punch for your lunch or run for your bun, however […]
Whether your company decided that January was a better time to host their annual party or they just fancy hosting another to welcome in the year, then check out these eight venues which are offering everything from ping pong and cocktail making to private dining and karaoke. January parties just got so much hotter.
Bluebird; it’s synonymous with the Kings Road, entertaining those in MiC and being one of London’s iconic restaurants. Last year saw it undergo an extensive refurbishment and emerge with a refreshed menu, but that was 2016 and this is 2017 and in 2017 they are expanding. This winter, there’ll be not one, but two Bluebirds (with the potential for more in the future) as they open up at Television Centre, the former home of the BBC, in White City. The 5000-square foot space will feature a café, bar, deli and outdoor terrace and is part of an £8 billion regeneration […]
Buses aren’t just for transporting you across our fair city, nope in London you can have afternoon tea on buses, last year you could go around drinking gin and you’ll find one bus serving up oysters and in 2017 one double decker bus is becoming The Meat Lust Bare Bones Bus as Meat Lust team up with Ben Spalding– and they’re going on a BBQ tour. The bus has been stripped of its usual interior and in its place, a Primo XL400 Grill, dining booths and a craft beer bar from Gipsy Hill Brewing who will be pairing all the […]
They say Tooting is up and coming, but we reckon it’s beyond that, Tooting now has firmly established itself on London’s food scene and now bringing their restaurant to it are cousins Harry Smith and Mark Kimber. Setting up shop in Tooting’s Broadway Market, the fifteen-cover restaurant will be a showcase of the best seasonal and local British produce. Meat comes from Chadwick’s on Tooting High Street, fish from Moxons in Clapham South, olives come from Kent and cured meats and pickled beets from West Dorset. Heading up the kitchen will be chef Giles Elstob. Breakfast will be a coffee […]
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