• Food

    Brunch At Brigadiers

    Brigadiers, launched ‘Free-Flowing Sundays’ on Sunday 12th August. Think Indian Roast menus, free-flowing drinks, live sport and a dedicated Campari spritz bar on the outside terrace. The ultimate Sunday social consists of a three course BBQ Roast menu priced at £30 per person and for an extra £15 per person, guests can add a free-flowing drink offering to their Sunday Roas. Guests will have a a choice of either Brigadiers Lager, Prosecco or Paloma cocktails (a mix of Tapatio Tequila, Rhubarb Shrub, Lime Leaf and Grapefruit Soda). Bookings for Free-Flowing Sundays can be made online at brigadierslondon.com via email info@brigadierslondon.com or phone…

  • Arts

    Mother’s Ruin Old Tom Review

    We’ve had our eyes (and tastebuds) set on Mother’s Ruin for a while now. We have been lucky enough to taste Mother’s Ruin Old Tom and explore their gin palace, and can’t wait to expand our collection further. This award-winning company offers a unique range range of liqueurs within the spirit of London’s long and disrepute history with gin. Now history buffs and gin lovers will know that gin was called Mother’s Ruin because in the 18th century the effects of drinking gin on the family and society were disastrous. The cheeky play on the name assists on making it…

  • Arts

    Run It Back Review

    Run It Back had its world premiere tonight, Wednesday 29th August, at the Hackney Showroom. A mixture of dance, physical theatre and a live DJ set from award winning musical artist and DJ Conrad Kira is what makes this production unique. Run it Back explores how Black British music liberates, connects and divides people. How music and culture interact and how society can tear them apart or bring them together is the overarching theme. Run It Back has also been described as a challenge to the negative stereotypes attached to modern Black British sounds and culture. By celebrating the Black…

  • Food

    Cocchi Review

    If you’re like me thinking about Vermouth instantly brings the thought of extra dry martinis (shaken, not stirred just like James Bond) to mind. Well in recent years the UK has experienced a huge surge in the popularity of Italian drinks and their iconic aperitivo drinking culture. Because of this, it’s no wonder Cocchi a 100% natural, Italian aperitivo wine and vermouth produced in Piedmont in the northwest of Italy, dating back to 1891 is now served in 99% of the Worlds Best Bars. The history of Cocchi is quite a romantic one with the legend stating that the creator Giulio…

  • Food

    Restaurant Ours Bottomless Brunch Review

    Restaurant Ours has to be one of the most instagrammable restaurants in all of London at the moment. From the iconic entrance way, to the live Olive Trees and finally the pink flower wall – you know you’re going to be posing away trying to get the perfect shot. Before starting our bottomless brunch, we enjoyed sitting at the bar taking the beauty of the restaurant in. My favourite cocktail had to be the Clover Club with Beefeater Gin. There’s a reason why it’s a classic cocktail. It was hard to chose what to eat on the menu as the…