Tom Oldroyd has followed up his first restaurant by turning Landlord at the Duke of Richmond. We head along to the pub to find out more...
"Arthur’s has never closed, not even when bombs rained all around. Every weekday on the dot of 7am, the doors open and the faithful flood in."
Sadly, the words that the then-Guardian restaurant reviewer Marina O'Loughlin wrote in her love letter to Dalston cafe Arthur's will seem pretty poignant next
Tom Oldroyd's follow-up project to his neighbourhood restaurant in Islington will be a Hackney pub serving up French dishes created with British seasonal produce and he has serious plans for a Sunday roast too.
Like many others, we were rather taken by Tony Conigliaro's Untitled in Dalston. Wonderful cocktails, a beautifully designed room and the tempura chocolates are still among our favourite things ever.
And when we visited, we were much impressed by the potential for the huge outside space at the back - and now they're unveiling its
Veggies and vegans: would you eat a burger that bleeds? What if it was 100% animal-product free?
If you’re at least semi-curious, then get down to the Dalston branch of veggie restaurant royalty Mildred’s, where you can try the B-12 burger from Moving Mountains, made with a pink, 'bleeding' raw patty of ‘plant meat’.
Okay - so it’s not quite as graphic as all that, but taking a look at the
A huge selection of craft beers and a brief menu of burgers for Dalston as Willesden restuarant Beer and Burger Store expands eastwards
Since opening in Clapton, this trendy little taqueria has enjoyed a pretty meteoric rise in popularity, so it was only a matter of time before the Del 74 lads branched out. The new Dalston restaurant will provide all the dishes you know and love, plus an extended menu and mezcal bottles for sharing (or shooting) with the rest of the table....
Need some vino? Skip the bottles and go straight for reusable, eco-friendly bags at Weino BIB, the new permanent shop from craft wine lovers BIB, who’ll have a staggering 20 taps for you to fill up at, plus deli snacks.
Lovers of Canada’s iconic chips-n-gravy dish poutine (the above example from The Cheese Bar) are in for a treat this autumn when a pop-up devoted exclusively to the national dish launches in Kingsland Road courtesy of Air Canada.
The Camino de Santiago is a 490-mile long trek through Spain, France and The Basque Country, hiked by pilgrims since the 9th century. It's also the inspiration for a new regional Spanish restaurant called Pilgrim headed to London next year. But if you're quick, you'll be able to get a sneak preview at their Dalston pop-up.
Down at 103B Dalston Road, just off Ridley Road market, Pilgrim will be serving up a six-course tasting menu with dry sherry wines,
Who wouldn't want to go to a party at a McDonald's in Dalston?
After only a few months in Clapton, rising taco star Del 74 is taking on a second home in Mare Street.
If you love your laksa, then there's a new place to head straight for in Dalston. The London Laksa Bar sees them moving from their Broadway market stall into L'Atelier cafe.
With summer surely just around the corner (or at least for today), Ray’s Bar, a subterranean bar beneath Voodoo Rays are launching their summer cocktail menu with 50% off drinks.
Created by head bartender Dave Miller (Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, 214 Bermondsey), the summer menu launches this week and focuses on redefining modern classics using traditional techniques. Miller has introduced drinks which employ natural clarification alongside milk punches and sherberts - the
This latest opening from the folk behind Rawduck and Ducksoup will be a all day diner, wine bar AND neighbourhood store
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