As you may have seen from past posts, I’m a big fan of Jason Atherton’s restaurants and it’s just continuing to grow. His empire has now expanded with a new offering Temple & Sons in the City bizarrely opposite one of my absolute favourites of his, City Social. Continue reading “Temple & Sons, Jason Atherton”
After over 27 years of my lovely Mother treating me to many a London show it’s only fair that I can now return the favour. For this occasion we were celebrating my Mother’s Birthday and just generally being an amazing woman. For our evening we were doubling up on the treats starting with dinner at the Sea Containers restaurant in the Mondrian Hotel. Continue reading “Birthday Bonanza – Sea Containers & Hedda Gabler”
I was lucky enough to be invited to this year’s Tabasco Harvest Party in London, this year being hosted at Carousel and organised by Hunter PR. Tabasco sauce started back in 1868 on Avery Island by a chap called Edmund McIlhenny and it’s still produced on the same site with pretty much the same process to this day. Continue reading “Tabasco Harvest Party, Carousel”
Us girls decided to drag the boys mid week for a triple date scenario on Charlotte Street. Now some of you may remember a lovely Gastropub on a corner called Newman Street Tavern, the owners of said gastropub have since transformed it into an Australian inspired restaurant called Dickie Fitz. Continue reading “Triple dating at Dickie Fitz”
I had a hot date with my Mother for the wonderful Letters Live. You may remember my trip there last year and after having such a wonderful evening Mum kindly offered to take me this year. Continue reading “Duende Restaurant & Letters Live”
Now we had planned to rent a car and drive up into the mountains but unfortunately the week was a little mental so left it too late and so our plans became walking and touring around Downtown instead (mountains would come later).
The lovely clients over the week had given us a long old list of places to try so it seemed rude not to give them all a go.
Friday night started on a terrace in Ale House at Amato’s which had a long list of craft beers, Steve was very happy indeed. Continue reading “Sampling the sweet nectar of Denver Craft beer.”