They're an unlikely pair but gypsy beermaker Mikkel Borg Bjergsø has teamed up with 80s pop icon Rick Astley to open a super hip beer bar in Shoreditch. I know!!
Try this craft beer delivery service and save a tenner on your first order with them.
Looks like bobbing about on the river, eating and drinking, is making a comeback. No longer the preserve of tourists, a number of more interesting businesses are now after the foodie pound. In Paris, Alain Ducasse this weekend launched a floating restaurant on the Seine (after losing the Jules Verne
East London has a hot new steakhouse where the steaks don't cost a fortune and the beer is on point - we check out the new Beef & Brew in De Beauvoir.
Popular neighbourhood steakhouse Beef & Brew are on the move - taking their well-priced steaks and wide range of beers to Haggerston.
They've been closed all week but now we know what Neighbour in Kentish Town has been planning. They're switching their offering and turning into more of a burger joint.
In a Facebook post today the neighbourhood spot said: "We try our best to be great neighbours, and great neighbours listen to what their neighbours want. You guys spoke - we listened!"
To that end they're going to expand their range of burgers from the current one on the menu to
Two Tribes in King's Cross will epitomise multi-tasking with its brewery, recording studios, events space and alfresco spot for street food and parties.
A huge selection of craft beers and a brief menu of burgers for Dalston as Willesden restuarant Beer and Burger Store expands eastwards
North London beer lovers, get ready - things are about to get a lot more interesting now Camden Town Brewery’s new Enfield site has just opened its Visitor Centre with a kitchen doing a £20 bottomless brunch.
That includes a hot dish including skilled baked eggs with sausage, as many croissants, pretzels and granola as you can greedily gobble down, and of course, two sweet, sweet hours of all-you-can-drink Camden Hells Lager. There’ll also be a new modern beer
Plenty of beer, great food, and some excellent restaurants involved: the prosepct of London Beer Week has already piqued plenty of interest at Hot Dinners HQ, and we've picked out some of the highlights.
1. Get the wristband
If it's just beer you're after - you can get access to more than 100 beer bars and
The team behind much-loved London restaurants Galvin have launched HOP in Spitalfields market. Opening in place of Galvin Cafe a vin, Galvin’s HOP will swap wine for beer bringing fresh Pilsner Urquell Tank Beer (served in the same style as at Duck & Rice), a range of craft beers, wine on tap by OW Loeb and an entirely new menu featuring classic pub dishes as well as a range of premium hot dogs.
The menu at HOP will feature pub dishes and it's been designed by
Like beer? Love bread? Well put this date in your diary. From 27-31 October Tom and Henry Herbert of the Fabulous Baker Brothers and AB InBev are opening a popup combining both those ingredients. The Beer Bakery in Hoxton will feature a range of breads made using ingredients from some of the world’s most popular beers including Stella Artois, Budweiser, Leffe, Becks Vier, Hoegaarden and Corona.
You might find hop glazings to malted wheat crusts and we've seen a
From bread and wine to beef and beef - Kentish Town has a new restaurant on the way. Beef & Brew is taking over the former Pane Vino site on Kentish Town Road. And while its focus will be beef, this isn't a high end steakhouse, think more Flat Iron with an emphasis on cheaper cuts such as rump, onglet and the good old flat iron.
Head Chef and co-owner Jessica Simmons comes here via two of Angela Hartnett's restaurants - Murano and the Whitechapel Gallery
The progression of central London trends out to the burbs continues with news that Crystal Palace is about to get a sourdough pizza and craft beer restaurant. Four Hundred Rabbits will serve up sourdough pizzas featuring Fior de Latte Mozzarella, San Marzano Tomatoes and topped with all manner of UK artisanal produce. Think British charcuterie or slow smoked rare breed brisket.
The name comes from an Aztec legend that the resulting brood of a romp