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Post image for Dine, drink & dance all in one venue at Sway Bar, London

Whilst attempting to organise a night out in London with friends that would involve a meal, drinks and inevitably a good dance, I stumbled across a venue that combines all three. Sway Bar offers an art deco style restaurant with an extensive menu, several bars including a Crystal Bar and the trusty LED “Groovy Wonderland” [...]

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It won’t have escaped you that about three years ago burgers became more fashionable than mini-skirts back in the 60′s. Then came kale, that green super food that swooped onto our plates like models down a runway, closely followed by quinoa (keen-waaahhh) which caused more confusion than the re-introduction of shoulder pads a few years [...]

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Italy in a church? Yes, yes yes! Isn’t it just great when something happens off the cuff, not planned, and the result is way beyond expectations? There we were in the long lost town of Dumbarton (That’s in Scotland by the way Jimmy) and looking for somewhere to eat and spend a few hours of [...]

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The Barbican Centre is an institution in itself. Famous for the arts and located in the City of London – it is the largest of its kind in Europe. The design of the building is Grade II listed and a brutalist style building – grey cold looking stone. Would you consider eating there? I wouldn’t [...]

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Review provided by The Edinburgers, an Edinburgh based foodie couple eating, reviewing and blogging their way around Edinburgh. We went along to The Blackbird the other week on a Tuesday evening to sample their offerings. We had both heard good things and were very much looking forward to our visit. My first thoughts on walking through the [...]

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