With summer in full swing, we round up some of the best cocktails on serve across London, from exotic spiced sips to a one-off breathable cocktail experience.
A new business launches in London this September that claims to offer “the first ever Michelin-starred delivery service”, complete with in-house sommelier.
db heads to Sir Terence Conran’s brasserie Les Deux Salons in Covent Garden for steak tartare, lemon sole meunière and a giant tarte tatin.
A bottle of wine believed to have belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte has sold for £25,000, while one of his hats made over £300,000.
Amid fears of a global Prosecco shortage, London restaurant Cucina Asellina has launched a bottomless Prosecco and unlimited pizzette offering.
London’s Meantime Brewing has announced a new promotion that will offer three customers the chance to travel to the Yakima Valley in Washington State.
The traditional model of wine retail involving uninspiring walls of wine is dying out and being replaced by a more engaging, interactive experience according to one top indie merchant.
A craft beer specialist claiming to be “the smallest pub in London” has opened close to Piccadilly.
Michelin-starred restaurant Galvin at Windows at the Hilton Park Lane has launched a new pay-what-you-like menu that banks on diner honesty.
Ryanair has banned passengers from taking duty-free alcohol onboard flights from the UK to Ibiza to improve the “comfort and safety” of passengers and crew.
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