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Australasia’s Best Bar, The Baxter Inn comes to London

These days you don't need to travel the world to visit the best bars - they're all coming to London. Dead Rabbit is coming to Claridge's and now The Bloomsbury Club Bar (BCB) is bringing in cult Sydney bar The Baxter Inn for a bar residency this month, which kicks off on Wednesday 24th May.

It's hot on the heels of their own February pop-up which saw New York’s BlackTail visit Londonall as part…

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Copenhagen's Mother Pizzeria is coming to London

Italian meets Danish with the arrival of Mother to Battersea. Best known in its native Denmark, this is their first spot out of that country and they'll have a big outdoor space too.…

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London's best cocktails for World Cocktail Day

 In honour of World Cocktail Day, Saturday 13 May, we asked the Hot Dinners Drinks Editor, Louis Fernando, to select a shortlist of five cocktails you should try. Here's what he came up with...…

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La Fromagerie is bringing cheese to Bloomsbury with their latest spot

Head upstairs for oysters at the seafood bar, downstairs for the Tasting Room, or pick up some delicacies from the special ‘walk-in cheese room’ to take home with you at La Fromagerie Bloomsbury.…

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Bistro Vadouvan brings French-Asian fusion to Putney Wharf

The owners of Hammersmith institution Potli have made the jump south west, to try their hand at French-Asian fusion - think spiced bouillabaisse, duck leg pot au pho and Middle Eastern-spiced beef tartare.…

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Kricket announce the closure of their POP Brixton site

So this is sad news. The super popular Kricket is closing its original spot in POP Brixton. Seems they're decided to focus their efforts on finding a second permanent site - either in Brixton or beyond.

“We couldn't have asked for a better place to open our first restaurant," said co-owners Rik Campbell & Will Bowlby, "and whilst we will be focusing our attention on our restaurant in Soho for…

Read more: Kricket announce the closure of their POP Brixton site

Little Bird comes to Battersea Rise from the woman behind Rock & Rose

After three decades in the industry, Lorraine Angliss is opening her fifth restaurant on Battersea Ris​e. It looks set to be ​a leafy neighborhood joint with plenty of cocktails, with food from Riccardo Villar​,​ and Nick Marfe of the Rock & Rose.…

Read more: Little Bird comes to Battersea Rise from the woman behind Rock & Rose

Taco festival, Barbary bookings. tapas in the City and more - the weekly round-up

It's time for our weekly rundown, with news of how you can now book at The Barbary (briefly), a taco festival, summer in Finsbury Square and more..…

Read more: Taco festival, Barbary bookings. tapas in the City and more - the weekly round-up

The Auburger is coming

Yes, National Vegetarian Week is nearly with us, and if that means a lot of aubergines, then we'll be happy. And getting in on the act is Tabasco, show are teaming up with The Vurger Co for the Auberger.  That's aubergine, onion and chickpea mixed with Tabasco Chipotle Sauce (of course) and topped with smoked cheese all served in a brioche bun. 

You'll be able to get one (queue depending) on Bish…

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Pique-Nique is coming to Bermondsey from the people behind Casse Croute

Fans of Casse Croute rejoice, as there's a new restaurant coming from the people behind that much-loved French restaurant in Bermondsey. Hervé Durochat has just revealed plans to open his second restaurant, Pique-Nique just across the road from the first.

Based in Tanner Street Park, they're taking over an unused building and converting it into a 40 seater cafe where they'll serve breakfast and b…

Read more: Pique-Nique is coming to Bermondsey from the people behind Casse Croute

Duck & Waffle’s Dan Doherty pops up with Sprout, his new supper club in Harvey Nichols

Duck & Waffle’s Dan Doherty has keeping busy. Following on from the recent launch of Duck & Waffle Local, the chef director will now be trying his hand at his first completely solo venture - a pop-up supper club called Sprout. And he'll be launching that in Harvey Nichols this summer.

Visitors to the fifth floor terrace of the Knightsbridge department store can expect to be treated to a f…

Read more: Duck & Waffle’s Dan Doherty pops up with Sprout, his new supper club in Harvey Nichols

Has the Ed Stone been discovered at the Ivy Chelsea Garden?

So this is a rather wonderful story. Yesterday morning a story hit Twitter that was almost too good to be true. It began when BBC News journalist Jack Evans tweeted that he and the Spectator's Political Editor, Katy Balls, had made one hell of a discovery.…

Read more: Has the Ed Stone been discovered at the Ivy Chelsea Garden?

Bar Termini Centrale opens on Duke StreetBar Termini gets a new sister bar just off Oxford Street

Knockout cocktails, coffee and plentiful Italian cuisine…

Read more: Bar Termini Centrale opens on Duke Street

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