REVIEW: 68 and Boston – Wine Cocktails in Soho London

Apparently there are 67 wine-producing countries and then this place, the 68th. Soho’s latest hotspot is at 5 Greek Street with a ground floor bar called 68 and late-night cocktail bar, Boston, on the first floor. The intriguingly named 68 and Boston has been put together by leading names in night life, wines and cocktails: Eric […]

MASTERCLASS: “The Knowledge” at Meantime Brewing Company Greenwich

Hops? That’s the lipstick and mascara on a beer says our Brewer and Beer Sommelier of the Year, Rod Jones. You can tell he’s not a fan of fancy, hipster-style concoctions. He’s a ‘proper brewer’ and knows his stuff inside out.  And he’s generous in sharing his know-how on this terrific one-day master class at Greenwich Meantime Brewing Company […]

REVIEW: Motcombs – London Belgravia’s Most Famous Restaurant

This gem of a restaurant in Belgravia is the perfect old school classic. Hearty greetings from the locals at the bar,  slipping down below the iconic neon sign into a large, but intimate basement dining room aglint with crystal and decked with art for superb grub and bubbles is a rather special and, sadly, disappearing experience. Motcombs, now Belgravia’s […]

REVIEW: Sexy Fish London

The newest venture from the Caprice restaurant group, Sexy Fish, on the south-east corner of Berkeley Square in the heart of Mayfair, opens on 19th October. What started out as a fishy pop-up from sister restaurant 34,  nearby, called Gone Fishing, was exactly that, a fishing exercise. So now we know what’s behind the bright neon facade. The […]

The M World Cup Of Steak 2015

M Restaurants are running a competition to find the world’s best beef  –  diners are the judges alongwith food writer Joe Warwick, critic Charles Campion, M Executive Chef Michael Reid, Head Chef of The Shed & Rabbit and top butcher Oliver Gladwin. Along the lines of the Rugby World Cup, the qualifying rounds are where guests can opt […]

Homeslice Pizza in Fitzrovia

Having spent the past two years building on their street food success at their first permanent site at 13 Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, Homeslice will be launching their second restaurant with 120 covers at 52 Wells Street, Fitzrovia on 1st September 2015. The official launch will be preceded by a 2-day soft launch with […]

The South Kensington Club

News reaches us of a new member’s club “like no other” – of wellness and culture to inspire the mind, body and wanderlust. Originally built as the Queen’s Gate Music Hall in the late 1800s, South Kensington Club’s main building went on to house the Pineapple Dance Studios and later Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood’s club. The bathhouse on […]

FOOD REVIEW: POP Down is the new Pop Up Supper Club

Cuisson are introducing high-end dining at an affordable price in a supper club format.  POP-Down is in the basement of the Borough Barista serving four courses of French cuisine from open kitchen from where you can watch the chefs work their magic.   Cuisson provide luxury gastronomy experiences for private clients and brands such as Louis Vuitton, Krug, Aston […]

Malt and Kerbisher Open New Branch in London EC1

Malt & Kerbisher are well-known for fresh fish (from sustainable sources), twice-cooked chips, mushy peas and batters with sparkling water, great wine and beers, environmentally friendly packaging and a nice place to sit down. They’ve won every award and accolade going and have just opened a new branch in London EC1 – Rosebery Avenue. Our favourites […]

Who’s Who of Creative New York and Los Angeles for the US Launch of COS

To mark the launch of clothing brand COS in the US, film maker Aaron Rose has created ‘The Bubble’ and its response, ‘Drive Time’ by Petra Collins on the similarities and differences in New York/Los Angeles creative culture. Think New York as a dynamic bustling and brooding metropolis, Los Angeles the sunny, laissez-faire counterpart, home to fledgling talent and […]