Thereâ€™s nothing more crushing than having to interrupt a passionate kiss with the words â€˜Sorry I need to get the last tube home as I have an early start at work tomorrowâ€™. Set yourself free this Valentine's Day in London and bask in the 48 hours of glory that is â€˜Valentine's Weekendâ€™.
It might be early days to officially start classing South London as â€˜Down Underâ€™ but the 4thÂ instalment of antipodean Jason Wells mighty Australian inspired gastro pub Brew is certainly helping the title grow.
As the end of the first month of a new year looms and our heads are cleared by days of â€˜Dry Januaryâ€™ (we stuck to it alright?), Mystic Townfish is looking into our crystal ball for 2015 to cast our predictions on the young London talent we should all be keeping our eyes peeled for in the weeks to come.
If your looking for an exceptional fine dining experience but prefer relaxed surroundings, friendly easy-going staff and affordable Ã la carte prices, then the award winning Sixty One is the restaurant to visit.
The combination of the words â€˜themeâ€™ and â€˜restaurantâ€™ would usually be enough to send most self-respecting gourmands running for the hills but, here in our funny old metropolis, thereâ€™s often an exception to any rule. Pond in Dalston is one such place- a homage to the Hawaiian dining craze sweeping across America, or from "across The Pond", and certainly no relation to the downmarket â€˜tiki hutsâ€™ blighting the landscapes of suburbia.
In the interest of total transparency, I must hold my hands up and admit Iâ€™m a total football laymanâ€¦ well, more of a football moron really. I know absolutely nothing at all about our nationâ€™s favourite sport other then it involves a ball, a pitch, well-paid players and hordes of extremely passionate fans so, admittedly, it was with some trepidation that I headed East to CafÃ© Football.
Named like a 70s soft rock band and serving up an array of fabulous British dishes from land and sea, TheÂ Jones Family Project is making fine use of a prime location at 78 Great Eastern Street.