July 22 2014 Latest news:
If you like waiting, you won’t like Pizza Union – unless cold pizza’s your thing.
Located in leafy St Paul’s Road just up from Highbury and Islington station, the Alwyne Castle is a popular gastro pub boasting an impressive selection of ales and one the smartest beer gardens north of the river.
Every day would begin like this if it was down to me.
One of the best things about the British summer time is a spot of al fresco dining. Sure, we may not have guaranteed weather, but when the sun’s shining there’s nothing quite like London’s parks and gardens.
Writing about new Shoreditch hot spot Penkul & Banks seems like an utter waste of time. There are very few (not horribly clichéd) words to write about it- you just have to go.
It’s not your average looking tapas bar, with high ceilings, grand paintings and large windows which are more swanky bistro than traditional dark, candle-lit tavern.
It’s design is inspired by the atmosphere of a gentlemen’s club drawing room, yet – like its food – the grandeur, dark wood, artwork and luxurious furnishings could fit just as easily in colonial India.
There’s no shortage of tapas restaurants in and around Upper Street, so with such high competition there really needs to be something special about a place.
When renowned French food writer and chef Xavier Marcel Boulestin opened his eponymous restaurant in the late 1920s, it was frequented by film stars and the likes of Wallis Simpson.
Priding itself on being the first vegetarian Italian restaurant to open in London, Amico Bio offers some delicious and contemporary dishes that will pleasantly surprise even the meat lovers out there.
It started life as a pop up seafood shack in Hackney back in 2012 and later took up a popular residency in one of Islington’s best known pie and mash shops.
This weekend will once again see Victoria Park turn into a fully-blown festival for 48 hours as Lovebox comes back to town for the tenth time.
In Park 90, the most intimate of the three performance spaces in this exciting new theatre, Making Productions stages three short plays by American playwrights.
When Hot Tub Cinema first sprang up in 2012, we all thought the idea was a bit weird and slightly gross. But two years later it’s become a summer staple and we’re excited to announce that the bubbly entrepreneurs are leaving their rooftop hotspots to take Hot Tub Cinema underground – literally.
The Source are here to detox your body and cleanse you of your sins so you can enjoy the summer sun! Cold-pressed juices are the new thing and The Source are the newest and tastiest organic range to hit the streets of London.