Gin Tucked up above Mr Fogg’s Tavern in central London, and hidden behind a secret door, sits Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour. Ben and I headed there on a warm Friday evening prepared to sample as much gin as we could muster. We found ourselves in the right place, as Mr Fogg’s is home to 300 varieties … More Gin time at Mr Fogg’s!
I love spontaneous nights out, drinks and meet ups, and I discovered Gremio de Brixton on one of these. I had the pleasure of visiting it last Friday night. Gremio is set aside from the main patch of bars and restaurants around Brixton village, so it’s the kind of place that you wouldn’t necessarily stumble … More Wine under the altar
Finally, I managed to find someone who was happy to visit the Saatchi Gallery with me! From trying to organise a trip there, I’ve discovered that none of my friends really like art that much, and when I mentioned it to Ben, I was met with the response that he would be busy on whichever … More The Saatchi Gallery
Vinopolis – the city of wine. Well maybe the wine tasting cellar in London Bridge isn’t quite as big as a city, but it still has quite a big wow factor, and I think it’s a big ‘DO’ if you’re looking for present ideas that are experiences. And that’s exactly what I organised for Ben’s … More Vinopolis: Vino please!
When I first saw Roofnic – the pop up picnic-style bar – advertised, I must admit that I chuckled at its exceptionally uncreative name. But you have to hand it to whoever came up with it, calling it ‘Roofnic’ makes it pretty foolproof for understanding what it is: a picnic on a roof! The bar … More Roofnic
So many vintage films are being broadcast outside this summer, making outdoor cinemas a very popular thing to go to. One of the outdoor cinemas that I had heard very little about was the Summer Screening at Vauxhall One. Every Tuesday in July, Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens is transformed into an outdoor cinema, and everyone … More Summer Screenings in London
The Art Deco Oxo tower is an iconic London landmark. The tower is home to a small, square shaped, dimly lit restaurant which looks down on the city below… Right? Wrong! The Oxo tower actually protrudes out of the Oxo Tower Wharf building with the restaurant and bar situated on the wide terrace from the … More Feeling OXO-lent