Check out the latest news and reviews of the hottest places to be seen. Find the trendiest bars and clubs to party away your commission, along with the best restaurants in town to impress your clients and land that sale.
Momo is a glamorous Moroccan restaurant set in the opulent area of Mayfair. The restaurant is seductive, sexy, and alluring with a gorgeous Marrakech theme offering a modern and elegant edge with a cosy and romantic ambience.
The food, however, was faultless, exotic flavours seamlessly executed, incorporating their own interpretation as well as keeping the tradition alive.
Particular favourites include the Pigeon Pasitlla - a fine pastry filled with sweet and spiced wood pigeon & almond, as well as the Couscous Mechoui for two – slow charcoal whole roasted lamb shoulder with authentic spices and ras el hanour spikedRead more
Offering a cultural revolution to the East End’s social scene, The Book Club in Shoreditch is an unprecedented experience, fusing creative events and late night drinking; this quirky venue offers an extensive array to feed one’s mind, body and soul. The Book Club presents an eclectic on-going programme of events and social activities in art, music, film, fashion, philosophy, design, science, and everything else. The line-up includes special screenings and cross-platform club nights showcasing new creative talent through to informal evening classes and talks by a host of assorted interesting thinkers.Read more
The Bull and Last is a historic pub situated in a 19th-century coaching inn building within North West London, near Hampstead Heath.
Founded by directors Freddie Fleming, Ollie Pudney and Joe Swiers back in 2008, The Bull and Last pub has been given a new lease of life by a young and passionate team for over seven years now, providing outstanding seasonal food and great service while retaining a traditional English pub atmosphere.
The Bull and Last's traditional pub food is produced at the optimum level of gastronomic perfection.Read more
Hawksmoor Spitalfields is located just down the road from Nicholas Hawksmoor’s Christ Church Spitalfields and 10 minutes walk from Liverpool Street, Old Street and Aldgate stations.
The cellar Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar, below the main restaurant, has a glamorous Art Deco interior and it is completely separate from the restaurant upstairs, allowing it to be known as a fully-fledged destination in its own right. The choice of decoration, a combination of Art decor and vintage styling, as well as the lack of windows and low lighting, gives the bar a real night club, atmospheric vibe.Read more