Chiltern Firehouse, once the Marylebone Fire Station built in 1889, has been transformed into a luxury hotel and restaurant by André Balazs (The Mercer, Chateau Marmont) and is favored by celebs and posh Londoners. The proper doorman will guide you past the gates, through the patio and into the plush dining room with red leather […]Read More Lunch at the Beautiful Chiltern Firehouse – London
“Cahoots, where the spirits run high and drinks never run dry.” Secure your reservation, memorize the password and make your way to this secret-ish underground station with a 1940s vibe in London. Once you receive the go ahead, head down the stairs and step back in time to a world of debauchery and fun. Cahoots […]Read More Sip Cocktails in Hidden Underground Station | Cahoots, London
If cocktails served in a secret-ish underground station with a 1940s vibe in London sounds intriguing – stay tuned for more on this hush-hush experience. For now I leave you with the Gracie Fields: Vodka, rose liqueur, homemade rhubarb-rose-pepper syrup with Prosecco foam. Cheers!Read More Want To Sip Cocktails Underground in London?
Modeled after the Irani cafés in Bombay, Dishoom is full of tiled floors, brick, bentwood style chairs, old-timey photographs and delivers great Indian and Irani flavors in a bustling atmosphere. Need to Know: Get here before 6:30pm to avoid a long line, sorry, queue Reservations available for 6 or more Tented patio is a bit […]Read More Experience a Bombay Café at Dishoom|Shoreditch, London
Named for the brick kilns brought by the Flemish in the 1500s, Brick Lane has a wealth of history brought by the many Russian, French, Muslim, Jewish and Bengali immigrants throughout the years. Maps of 20 historic sites are provided on Brick Lane and online for you to plan your time. With only two hours to […]Read More Walking the Cultural Trail on Brick Lane – East End, London
Dark Sugars on Brick Lane is one of the coolest chocolate shops around. The sweet aromas hit your nose before you reach the door where you will find beautifully displayed truffles with flavors like flambéed cognac, ginger & honey and gin & lime, lots of samples and great West African music.Read More “Make Yourself Happy” – Dark Sugars in East End, London
The sun catching the red buildings on Chiltern Street in South Marylebone in London. The beautiful Chiltern Firehouse is on the left side of the street – post coming soon!Read More The Sun on Chiltern Street – South Marylebone, London