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Toast World Gin Day with a G&T pop-up at the Hoxton this weekend

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To celebrate the tenth World Gin Day, four premium gin brands—Silent Pool Gin, Gin Mare, Colonel Fox, and KI NO BI—are taking over the secluded courtyard of The Hoxton, Shoreditch for four days. Serving up signature gin and tonics from now until Saturday 9 June, the juniper-based celebration… Read more →
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The biggest food trends in London right now

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Okay, okay, so for some food trends are a bit too ‘hipster’. But food trends often give way to some of the most fun and inventive meals around. So don’t be afraid to mix it up! In this list, we’ll be chronicling some of the best and most fun food trends currently around in London… Read more →

London’s first Wild West cocktail bar, Moonshine Saloon, launches this May

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From the team behind the sell-out BYOB bar concept, Alcotraz, comes Moonshine Saloon, a one-of-a-kind immersive cocktail bar experience which is set to transport guests from the streets of west London to the streets of the Wild West for a limited four-month run (31 May to 25 Aug). Located on the King’s… Read more →

Selfridges’ rooftop reopens with hidden Italian garden and restaurant

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Selfridges’ iconic rooftop has just reopened in partnership with the independent Italian restaurant brand San Carlo, and the result is one of the season’s most talked-about launches! Open since Friday 27 April, alto by San Carlo brings Italy’s elegance and finest ingredients to the West… Read more →

Thomas’s Café at Burberry pays homage to Chelsea Flower Show with special menu

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From Monday 21 May, enjoy a Chelsea Flower Show-inspired menu at the fashionable Thomas’s Café in Burberry’s flagship store at 121 Regent Street. Take a front row seat in the heart of London while enjoying a quintessentially British two- or three-course lunch, brought to life by edible flowers… Read more →

Reframing Valentine’s Day: Why You Should Put Down the Heart-Shaped Box of Chocolates

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Somewhere between red roses and Tinder, Valentine’s Day lost its footing. These days, people are more likely to celebrate Valentine’s Day because they feel obliged to, not because they want to. Failing this, many may even participate for the sake of a like-worthy post on social media. In the UK,… Read more →

Floating restaurant and bar barges, Darcie and May Green, now officially open in Paddington

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Award-winning Australian restaurant group Daisy Green Collection is excited to announce that its two dazzling city barges, Darcie and May Green, are now officially open to the public. Situated directly outside Paddington station, in an unparalleled west London water-top setting on the Grand Union… Read more →
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Festive frivolities at Ping Pong

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For festive feasting with a twist, head to Ping Pong this year for an alternative array of Christmas delights that is sure to still jingle those bells. And for those looking to take their festive frivolities a step further, get down-and-dirty with Ping Pong’s famed masterclasses, including cocktailRead more →

Enjoy a Thai Christmas in the heart of Belgravia at Mango Tree

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This Christmas, Mango Tree, the award-winning Thai restaurant a short walk from Buckingham Palace, has designed a special menu focusing on traditional Thai ingredients infused with herbs and spices that cleverly meld classic festive flavours with authentic Thai cooking, to create mouthwatering… Read more →

Eight months, eight courses, eight countries: One Star House Party

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One Star House Party is an unprecedented pop-up restaurant travelling to 20 different countries in 20 months to build 20 very different restaurants using what they discover along the way. The team comprises chefs trained in some of the world’s best restaurants, including Denmark’s NOMA, London’s… Read more →