8/12/17 - updated with Three Cranes soft launch details
There was much rejoicing when it was announced that Maida Vale's Truscott Arms would reopen (to be renamed Hero of Maida), home to top roasts and a widely beloved upmarket boozer, with none other than Racine’s
If you love puns, the 50s, and American diner food via Stoke Newington, then get down to Be-Bop-A-Lula, a new watering hole from the team behind very respected pub The Alma.
The people behind pubs like The Thomas Cubitt have taken over this 140-year-old pub for a full renovation. Expect a new British menu, an underground cocktail bar and more.
Traditionally, deep fried carbs are the mainstay of Irish pub grub. Not so at Mc & Sons, who's Chiang Mai head chef will be cooking up heavily spiced traditional Thai food - perfect to accompany your Guinness.
Islington beer folk Hammerton Brewery have opened their own pub on the Holloway Road
What: The Clifton
In a nutshell: The Clifton in St John's Wood is saved and reopening as a new pub.
Summing it all up: Haggis sausage rolls, Wild Grouse ketchup and roast cod with arrocina beans will be some of the dishes on offer to those who visit The Clifton, St John’s Wood’s newest pub.
Updated 19/1/17 with shortlist
After six years, the Scotch Egg Challenge is now one of the key dates in the London food calendar. This year's event will take place at The Canonbury in Islington on 8 February.
Confirmed judges for the event itself include Fay Maschler from the Evening Standard, Ben Chapman of Smoking Goat and Kiln and Bob Granleese of the Guardian, while the evening will be compered by Joe
The team behind Culpeper, the roof garden-resplendent Commercial Street cocktail joint, is opening a third establishment called The Green, named after Clerkenwell Green where it lives.
Director Nico Treguer has been working together with his counterpart Gareth Roberts for some years now, on a quest to convince London’s landlords to utilise what can often be the only bit
One time, the only pubs in London you'd find serving breakfast would be those next to the key markets like Smithfields. But now Fuller's Ale and Pie pubs will all be open serving the most important meal of the day.
14 London pubs, including The Old Bank of England on Fleet Street and The Barrowboy and Banker in Borough will serve a breakfast menu featuring ingredients from local suppliers, including Mrs Owton’s bacon and Fuller’s own black pudding
Every once in a while a new opening of note slips by us. Upstairs at John the Unicorn on Peckham's Rye Lane is one such place.
The pub opened an upstairs restaurant around eight weeks ago and it's of note, mainly, because of the chap in charge of the kitchen. Many of you will know Ben Mulock from his previous role as senior sous at The Opera Tavern.
A quick look at one of Ben's sample menus made us want to eat there very badly. Dishes are priced between £4
Who doesn't love sliders? You can eat them and pretend you're a giant. Or, if your appetite precludes eating more than one normal sized burger in a sitting, they're the perfect way to try more of a menu. So we're stoked to hear that Yeah! Burger are putting on a residency at Off Broadway, but even more pleased to hear it's going to be a slider bar.
Adam Creissen and Scott Hopkins - the chaps behind Yeah! Burger - both worked in the kitchen at this East London
This historical hostelry is a must for anyone who likes their steak
A Fitzrovian gastropub gets an Antipodean makeover
If you've been wondering where Oisin Rogers, London pub manager extraordinaire and key member of our Murphia list, was going to pop up next, then let us enlighten you. Rogers, who ran The Ship in Wandsworth for ages and then last year helped Young's
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