The phrase “members’ club” conjures up all sorts of assumptions – namely huge membership fees and snooty clientele. But what if I told you that this underground gem near King’s Cross was a members’ club, but wasn’t expensive or stuck-up?
New bar of the moment Cahoots is the latest immersive venue from public schoolboy-run Inception Group. I must confess to finding the Inception Group’s OTT poshness mildly irritating, however this latest bar totally works with it – when you’re greeted
Fitzrovia cocktail bar Reverend JW Simpson is named after a former resident of the building (the man of the cloth resided in this basement up until the 1980s, so the story goes) – but the religious connotations evoked by the
The first thing that comes to mind when I hear the words “Bourne & Hollingsworth” is granny’s floral wallpaper and chintz tea set. Which is odd considering it’s meant to be a trendy Fitzrovia cocktail bar… Duck down the metal
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
Specialising in cocktails, hot dogs and on-the-bone meat, Dirty Bones is a two minute walk from High Street Kensington underground station and is by far the best eatery in the area (in my humble opinion). With Ross Clarke as Creative
The start of 2014 saw Cecil’s open its inconspicuous doors on a London Bridge backstreet, whisking patrons away down a dim and dusty stairwell into a world beneath the cobbles and railway tunnels of Bermondsey Street. This illicit venue is
I hate Petticoat Lane Market during the day. A mishmash of pointless market stalls (who is in need of a 10-pack of ginormous knickers?! The mind boggles) with little space to walk, I avoid it wherever possible, instead taking the