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Sofitel Launch Wine Days

In London there’s no such thing as a dedicated ‘wine day’ – with a glass on Monday evening to celebrate getting through the day, a wine-fuelled Tuesday night ‘meeting’ with a colleague and once you get to Wednesday there is no need for justification. Sofitel London St James is...

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7 Bars to be Seen in During London Fashion Week

Until Tuesday, Soho will be swarming with Stan Smith wearing fashionistas, wafting around the streets in ankle-grazing coats and shielding their tired eyes with oversized Céline sunglasses. Whilst most attendees try to convince us of 6am call times and food on the run, we know it’s not all all...

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The Alfred Tennyson’s Bottomless Brunch

In 1895 writer Guy Beringer made a plea, a very important plea, one that would change our lives and shape our weekends. Writing in Hunter’s Weekly he wrote a piece called ‘Brunch: A Plea’ suggesting that come Sunday morning those who are rather hungover don’t want breakfast, nor do they...

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The Dirty Dozen at Dirty Martini

Latina Caramella, Big Chivowski and Green Monk. New superhero team? By God we hope so eventually, however, equally as intriguing, these are the names of just three of the new cocktails on Dirty Martini’s bold, diverse new menu. Their new menu is inspired by trend-focused flavours including...

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Icelandic Sense-ation Dinners at Texture

With so much happening in the London food scene, it can often be difficult to find something unique, something different and something that’s going to leave you feeling a little amazed. We think we’ve found it though, in the form of the Sense-ation Dinners taking place at Michelin-starred...

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Openings & Launches

Tootoomoo: Pan-Asian in Islington

An ancient Indonesian folktale tells the tale of a little girl called Tootoomoo, who became friends with The Giant through food. Sounds like our sort of friendship and it’s this story that sets the scene for Tootoomoo which opened yesterday in Islington. Ancient recipes meet modern cooking at...

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Gaucho’s Divine Bovine Goes Global

Cows; aesthetically displeasing, ponderous beasts that will never be described by such terms as ‘captivating’ or ‘fascinating’ but by God they taste great, and if there’s one establishment that knows it, it’s Gaucho. In celebration of the fine cut Gaucho are taking their...

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25% Off Brides The Show

The most important date in a soon-to-be bride’s calendar (besides the actual wedding of course) is the annual luxury bridal exhibition: Brides The Show. Returning yet again with over 150 luxury suppliers showcasing the very best in bridal wares, you won’t be short of inspiration whether...

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Wake Up Fashionably Well With Sanderson

It’s time to up our breakfast game. No matter how many articles we read and healthy recipe books we flick through we never actually get round to making a batch of that healthy granola we’ve bookmarked so, more often than not, resort to a boring bowl of porridge at our desk each morning. Not to...

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Openings & Launches

3rd Dirty Bones Now Open

Some say three is a crowd, we say three is the magic number. Especially when it comes to food. And this week has seen the opening of the third Dirty Bones site. Following on from the Kensington and Soho offerings, they are now heading East to open up in a Grade II listed building in Shoreditch. All...

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