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Cornerstone, London

07/31/2019

Hackney Wick has certainly undergone a lot of change in recent years. Following the 2012 Olympics in the neighbouring surrounds, a further array of regenerated warehouses, have transformed into social hubs, bursting at the seams on a sunny weekend

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Lucky Cat, London

07/24/2019

A restaurant opening, we have been looking forward to for a while, Gordon Ramsay’s Lucky Cat has successfully managed to create great expectations from both a design and a culinary point of view

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Fare Bar + Canteen

07/19/2019

We love Sager + Wilde in Hackney, so have been exceptionally looking forward to trying out Michael Sager and Marcis Dzelzainis’ new venture, Fare Bar + Canteen

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Gloria, London

07/12/2019

Italian charm radiates from Gloria on Great Eastern street. The shopfront is decorated elaborately with planting, a traditional awning and incredible detailing- down to the typical Italian bell button plate

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Arros, London

07/05/2019

What can possibly go wrong when you enter a Spanish multi-Michelin-starred-chef’s restaurant? As soon as you go inside, you’re greeted by an impressive staircase with a black Mediterranean-inspired ceramic mosaic, which divides the two floors

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Angelina, London

06/21/2019

Intrigued by the combination of Italian and Japanese cuisine we were curious to see how that manifested, in a menu and an interior

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Jolene, London

06/11/2019

Primeur -the original offering from Jolene’s founders- opened five years ago. A beautifully simple, wholesome fresh space set within an old drive-in garage, with its worn-out signage still present above

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Peg, London

04/26/2019

Peg is fantastic. We visited this new Hackney spot on a Wednesday night, ready to dive in to the Japanese- influenced menu

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Venice Architecture Biennale

12/17/2018

This year was the Holy See’s first-time participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale. The exhibition Vatican Chapels, commissioned by Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, consisted of 11 chapels designed by architects from all over the world and placed in the woodlands of the island of San Giorgio Maggiore

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Chaka Khan, Barcelona

07/11/2018

Recently we visited Barcelona and stumbled across an exotic spot along the Rambla del Raval. The space takes its name from one of the divas of funky music: Chaka Khan

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