Jackson+Rye, Soho

Jackson+Rye Soho
It’s really hard for a restaurant to stand out in the crowded neighbourhood of Soho. Every other shop front in Soho is now a new trendy resturant introducing London to the the latest cuisine from the other side of the world or a chic bar serving up their signature cocktails…
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Cane and Grain

Seb and I were down in the Northern Quarter going through the numerous galleries in the area (as you do) when we walked past Cane and Grain. With a name like Cane and Grain, we couldn’t resist popping in for a bite. Rum, Ribs, Bourbon and Beer? Yes please! The…
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GrillStock Festival

I love my music. I love my meat. Put two of my favourite things together and you get GrillStock, the American styled BBQ and music festival that took over Albert Square last weekend. I was lucky enough to get a few VIP tickets courtesy of Google City Experts. (Thanks Google!)…
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Red Dog South, Clapham

Yesterday was messy. Very messy. All we wanted to do was get into the foetal position and cry ourselves to sleep (exaggeration much?) this morning. Food is always the answer isn’t it? On that note, Tess suggested we try this relatively new place Red Dog South in Clapham. Its sister restaurant…
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Moose Coffee

Moose Coffee is one of my favourite brunch places in Manchester. It’s nestled prominently in the corner of Fountain Street and York Street, perfect for a quick brunch while out shopping in the city centre or for a hangover cure after a night out, which is what brought me to…
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Red’s True Barbecue

Saturday night was messy. Very messy. So when I woke up on Sunday, all I wanted was some good ol’ greasy comfort food to put me back on track. Perfect time to try out the newly opened Red’s True Barbecue – so we headed out for a late brunch to try everything…
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