Berber & Q opened in Haggerston earlier this year, and has been impressing diners ever since with its unusual dishes and style. I too have fallen for its charms – so why do I urge you to go there? 1.
Until my most recent trip to New York, I wasn’t overly familiar with Brooklyn. I’d been to Luna Park in Coney Island, and perused the smorgasbord of stalls at a Brooklyn Flea market, and can highly recommend both – but
It’s no secret that I’m a total foodie. On my recent trip to New York, I basically ate my way around the city. I also have a severe sweet tooth and a total lack of willpower, so walking past any
Sometimes it’s fun to stay somewhere totally over the top and out of this world. The Standard High Line hotel gave me countless #OMG moments during my stay! Built over and above the High Line (the inner city park built
Jet lag had me awake at some godawful hour, and I decided that I wanted waffles for breakfast. A proper American breakfast. A quick bit of Googling revealed that Jack’s Wife Freda (on Lafayette Street in SoHo) was going to
As you may have gleaned from my Instagram and Twitter feeds last week, I have just returned from New York – my favourite city in the world. I just can’t get enough of it, and every time I visit it
Between about 2010 and 2013, my father had an apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York. Free accommodation (on the 31st floor of the glorious Trump Palace, no less!) was a dream come true – and everything
Bob Marley was a regular guest, Humphrey Bogart was married there, and John F. Kennedy played in Gramercy Park when his family spent several months at the hotel – the legendary Gramercy Park Hotel on New York’s Lexington Avenue has