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    Let venuefinder.com find you the perfect venue

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    Venuefinder concierge is free of charge. It’s also hassle-free and frees you up to focus on those event management elements that will make your next event truly memorable. We manage all of the follow-ups: Accompanying you on site visits Negotiating the best rates Dealing with contracts Dealing with cancellations or a change in delegate numbers… […]

    Restaurants and bars team up to celebrate International Women’s Day

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    In celebration of International Women’s Day today, The House of Song will be supporting women in the music industry at The Piano Works in Farringdon and Studio 88, next to Leicester Square. From feminist punk to 90s girl power, the House of Song musicians will be taking track requests all night to help celebrate the […]

    Public health officials crack down on calorie intake

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    Public health officials have taken major steps to cut people’s excessive calorie intake, with food manufacturers and sellers told to cut calories in their products by 20 per cent by 2024. If the target is met within five years, more than 35,000 premature deaths could be prevented and around £9 billion in NHS healthcare and […]

    Tried & Tasted: The Alfred Tennyson

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    When I was invited to a London gastro-pub for review, I should have known there would be more to it than that. Although it seems it’s impossible to traverse London for a review without being caught in the pouring rain, once we walked within the Alfred Tennyson it was clear we had entered its own […]

    Do people still want Michelin dining?

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    The most respected accolade in the culinary world could be turning away more customers than it encourages, as those presented the award are beginning to relinquish the honour. The Matheson family, along with their head chef Charlie Lockey at the Boath House in Scotland have turned down the Michelin star after 10 years, claiming the […]

    Tried & Tasted: Ivy City Garden

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    Classic sophistication meets modern elegance as The Ivy Collection comes to the City It’s obvious the mention of The Ivy Collection is enough to draw plenty of attention to a restaurant; when I visit the chain’s latest venture just around the corner from Liverpool Street station on a Tuesday night, I’m not surprised to find […]

    Tried & Tasted: La Dame de Pic

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    From the moment you step into the recently opened Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square, you know you’re in for something special. As if the grand façade of the Grade II*-listed former Port of London Authority building wasn’t enough to impress, the elegant Rotunda bar that welcomes you inside is sure to please. To […]

    Tried & Tasted: The Laughing Gravy

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    Hurriedly travelling anywhere via Waterloo station at 6pm isn’t advisable if you want to be in a good mood, doubly so when wading through torrential rain. Despite this, the storm was left at the door when we entered The Laughing Gravy. Neatly tucked away just 10 minutes from Waterloo, the skylight flooded the restaurant with […]

    Tried & Tasted: Yoshiaki

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    The capital’s booming nightlife has leaked into the restaurant industry, with many clubs joining forces with top chefs to offer pre-dance meals. Yoshiaki at DSTRKT London is one such hip venue, says Molly Dyson. One doesn’t normally associate a nightclub with business, but my mind is changed for the good as soon as I set […]

    Gabeto now open

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    Colliding Camden’s culture, art, great food, wine and cocktails, Gabeto brings a refreshing new take on contemporary brasserie dining. Gabeto caters for events from three to 300 people, from intimate dinners and large corporate gatherings to a hip and happening party crowd. An industrial-style feature staircase takes customers to the food-led, first-floor restaurant featuring high-level […]