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That’s (Speak)Easy For You To Say | Blind Spot’s Speakeasy Cocktail Tea, St Martins Lane hotel

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Last week was National Afternoon Tea Week (14-20 August). As always we are willing to jump on a trend and join in the fun and where better a place to have fun than… Continue reading

Step Back In Time | The Gibson Bar, 44 Old Street, London

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My day job as an art editor requires me to be fast and accurate, but the bar tenders at The Gibson put my skills to shame. Every stir, shake, twist and pour is… Continue reading

Canine Kick It? Yes You Can! | MEATliquor’s Hot Dog & Cocktail Menu In Aid Of Dog Charities

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Wanna eat good food and help support man’s best friend? (or person’s best friend if we’re being politically correct). The guys at MEATliquor have unleashed a brand new dog themed food and drink… Continue reading

B.Y.O.C. ft.James Cochran, London, W1D 7LB | + WIN A Meal For Two!

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Regular readers of our ramblings will know by now just how much we love a cocktail. And those of you who know about great and inventive cocktails should know all about B.Y.O.C. If… Continue reading

Spice Is The Variety Of Life | Talli Joe, 152-154 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8HL

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Shaftesbury Avenue isn’t the first place that springs to mind when it comes to going out but that’s where new kid on the block, Talli Joe, can be found. Talli translates to ‘a… Continue reading

If You Can’t Stand The Heat… | Creole Kitchen At The Beachcomber, 86 Queensway London, W2 3RR

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Chef and author of the acclaimed Creole Kitchen cookbook, Vanessa Bolosier has teamed up with a late-night Tiki bar – The Beachcomber in Bayswater. Together, they’re bringing a summery taste of island life… Continue reading

Legendary Cocktails In The Sky | GŎNG Hosts Star Bartender Jorg Meyer Of Hamburg’s Le Lion

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If ever you needed another reason to visit GŎNG, this is it. Creator Jörg of Le Lion Bar de Paris in Hamburg is in London from 11 to 14 May, guest bartending at GŎNG… Continue reading

Victorian Shenanigans | Mr Fogg’s Tavern, 58 St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4EA

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If I were a tourist in London, Mr Fogg’s Tavern is exactly the kind of place I’d hope to stumble across. Pure British eccentricity in Theatreland, a pub just a stone’s throw from… Continue reading

Flat White Martini, A (Belated) Tribute To A Legend

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Richard Arthur ‘Dick’ Bradsell was so much more than a bartender. Not only was he known for his inventive work with cocktails but also as a talented writer. Described as the ‘cocktail king’… Continue reading

Chops Away! | Blacklock, 24 Great Windmill Street, Soho, London W1D 7LG

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I felt I’d given ourselves enough time to recover from the last no reservations restaurant we visited before heading to another* – Blacklock. Founded by a few ex-employees from one of our favourite… Continue reading

Bowled Over | All Star Lanes Bayswater, 6 Porchester Gardens, London W2 4DB

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I used to go bowling a lot and I mean a lot! Every weekend from the age of about ten to around fifteen, my Saturday would involve a morning movie, a frame or… Continue reading

The Black Velvet Cocktail With Guinness & Moët & Chandon Champagne

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The famous Black Velvet cocktail was invented back in 1861 at Brooks’s Club in London. After the death of Prince Albert everyone was overcome with emotion and the story goes that the steward… Continue reading

Say Eye I Love You This Valentine’s Day At Hoi Polloi | Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JQ

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Fancy something sweet and a little light-hearted this V Day? The infamous googly-eyed teacakes served at Hoi Polloi‘s afternoon tea have had a bit of a Valentine’s Day makeover. They’re said to be great… Continue reading

The Slow Burn Brunch At Chai Ki | Mall Level -1 Crossrail Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AR

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We’ve been needing an excuse to revisit the fab Chai Ki at Canary Wharf since we first went last year. I won’t repeat how wonderful we found their modern Indian street food, you… Continue reading

A Home From Homeslice | Homeslice Pizza, 52 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3PR

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When writing up our restaurant reviews, the first thing that I try to do is think of a title. It has to be witty (usually fails), pun-tasticly clever (again hit and miss) and… Continue reading

Cocktails At Home With thebar.com

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I won’t lie, we’re not easily impressed, especially when it comes to the numerous food and drink related websites and apps that seem to launch what seems like every day. They claim to… Continue reading

Worth Its Salt | The Salt Room, 106 King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU

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Sometimes Saff and I get a little disillusioned whilst eating out. Don’t get me wrong, we still absolutely love what we do and we honestly appreciate just how lucky we are. It’s just… Continue reading

Piquet Mix | Piquet, 92-94 Newman Street London, W1T 3EZ

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It’s always exciting when a new independent restaurant opens, what makes it astonishing is when it gets a clean sweep of 4 and 5 star reviews (well almost). The Evening Standard, Time Out… Continue reading

If You Go ‘Up’ To The Woods Today… | Forest On The Roof, Selfridges & Co, 400 Oxford Street London W1A 1AB

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I rarely visit Oxford Street, I find that the hoards of tourists and crazed shoppers frazzles my brain, sending it into a spin. But if weaving my way through the crowds means I… Continue reading

A Chip Off The Old Block | Vintage Salt, Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street, London EC2M 1QS

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We seem to be on a roll at the moment. Vintage Salt provided another successful restaurant outing with barely anything to moan about. Des McDonald (former head chef at The Ivy and consultant… Continue reading

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