Hello! My posts are going to be more irregular at the moment because is such a crazy season for me between it being peak summer season for events and finalising the details of a festival I work on during the summer. However I am able to take advantage of my few free evenings to see … Continue reading Ballie Ballerson & kitsch cocktails
Gin of the month is back and already I'm struggling to pick a favourite. It's become incredibly trendy to play with the botanicals of a gin until it really tastes like something else (parma violet gin for example). Gin liqueurs were all the range last summer, with Edinburgh gin's rhubarb and ginger in everyone's cups … Continue reading Gin of the month: June
I'm often asked for recommendations of bars, restaurants and things to do in London, and to be honest with so much to do in this city I struggle to make recommendations because there are so many places I wouldn't want you to miss. I have decided to start creating examples of day and weekend trips, … Continue reading London weekend: vegan friendly
If you have been reading my blog then you knew I would be attending London Coffee Festival 2018 at The Old Truman Brewery. Having worked there last year, it was great to attend as a punter and check out all the areas I didn't have a chance to last year as well as reconnect with the … Continue reading London Coffee Festival 2018
Ignoring how much the bill was after drinking our way through half the menu, I absolutely loved visiting two of the bars inside Opium and trying their different cocktails. What was so great is that you really don't expect a lot of these concoctions but each one was just as delicious as the other. The … Continue reading Opium Chinatown
I have always been an avid musical theatre fan as I grew up singing and dancing right up until University. In fact right now Non Stop from Hamilton is currently playing in the background (fitting right?). A night out at the theatre is my perfect evening, especially when paired with great restaurants or pre-theatre cocktails. … Continue reading London Theatre: Pre show planning!
Working in the catering event industry of London, I have become addicted to discovering great new restaurants and innovative cocktail bars. I attend a lot of festivals, admittedly normally focussed around alcohol, and always use this as a space to find my next favourite pop-up food stall or bars I need to visit. Most of … Continue reading A little insight