Monday, January 18, 2021
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Bow Wine Vaults Back

Acclaimed restaurateur Philip Lawless to reopen Square Mile institution and haunt of city financiers the Bow Wine Vaults on Monday.

Churchillian Boisdale

Boisdale prepares for celebration of ‘Victory Over CV19’ with the launch of fourteen ‘war bonds’ to be redeemed when gastronomes can again gather   With...

High & Low

“Penthouse to rival any other penthouse in the world” in converted brewery next to Tower Bridge for sale for £12.5 million   Described as “a penthouse...

Club class

Hugo Campbell-Davys tours London’s latest private members’ clubs   12 Hay Hill, W1 Offering luxury serviced offices and members’ business facilities, 12 Hay Hill is capitalising on...

No. 4 - Professor Ken Howard OBE, RA

London born Ken Howard is renowned as a painter of scenes in London, Cornwall and Venice. A Royal Academician and liveryman and freeman of...

Wealth not air

Thrillist’s analysis of the best and the worst features of each London neighbourhood yielded fascinating results – most especially in the case of Kensington...

Charity begins next to a kebab shop

Lady Meyer takes a pay cheque from the City Bridge Trust   Featured in The Telegraph in 2011 due to the curious way it allocated its...

The Walkie-Scorchie

20 Fenchurch Street: a building that melts cars   At 525 foot tall, the 37-storey “Walkie-Talkie” skyscraper at 20 Fenchurch Street in London’s EC3 was meant...

No. 96 - Toby Flood

This level-headed “reluctant star” of English rugby grew up in Northumberland and describes himself as a “horse whisperer, ventriloquist, ladies swimwear model and soft...

Breakfast hawks

A review of Hawksmoor Guildhall, EC2V   In the first of a series, we publish a number of the most popular articles from the blog that...

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