The connoisseur’s guide to the worlds finest drinks, with regular SceneCheck reports on the best nightclubs and member clubs in London. From the ideal cocktail bar for pre-drinks to the hottest venues in town and all the exclusive after parties
With a hefty portfolio of six beautiful and traditional British pubs sitting pretty and perching perfectly south of the river, it’s hard to believe that Renaissance Pubs recently celebrated its tenth birthday. It must be with envious eyes and secret admiration that competition looks on, as each pub is wholly grandiose in its own right.
On June 27th, 28th, and 29th 2013, over 360,000 of the world’s richest, glitziest and most influential individuals will unite and come together to party, socialise and have an unashamedly fabulous night… But don’t worry, it’s all in the name of charity!
The unique concept, which encourages the world’s societal elite to party their cares away in some of the worlds most luxurious venues does sound rather like any other star-studded event on the surface. However, guests may only attend on the pretense of a donation to charity and the venues generously offer their services and hosting skills for free. Ultimately, all funds raised go direct to a selection of worldwide charities, eliminating all costs to the organisers.
Chef Jon Ingram of the Blue Boar Smokehouse & Bar at the Intercontinental Westminster has brilliantly transcribed current foodie trends and refined them to a five star standard while ensuring his menu retains all the fun and flavour of the London street. Indulging in the Blue Boar’s Sunday only luxury brunch is an excellent way to taste for yourself.
When it comes to the perfect pour or cocktail, drinks21 knows a thing or two thanks to its range of premium and super-premium ‘handpicked’ drinks. Carefully tried, tested and selected from ‘seasoned’ authentic producers located around the world, you can choose from rare boutique ‘finds’and exclusive listings to more well known brands.
Every person has a unique taste profile, with a different reaction to each of the five elements of taste: sweet, sour, bitter, salty and umami. In the same way that coffee drinkers know whether they like their latte ‘extra hot’, ‘skinny’ or ‘triple shot’, GREY GOOSE aims to give cocktail drinkers the vocabulary and understanding they need to be able to discover a cocktail that is just right for them