Where is the groom? – AIM Escape Hangover Déjà Brew

Plunging into a room of darkness when the lights came on we noticed that there had been a party, or had we just woken up after a hard night of partying with a hangover and forgotten everything that happened last night?

AIM Escape

AIM Escape is based in Whitechapel and provides escape room fans a number of different high tech games making all players feel very immersed with their extreme challenges, complex narratives and realistic sets and props.

With each AIM Escape Room tells a unique and complex story.  Solve mysteries and unravel plots in order to earn your freedom within 60 minutes whatever room you enter.

 

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Stuffed like a chicken – The Fox and The Coop

If you love craft beer and chicken then you will love The Fox and The Coop.

I was invited along to a special blogger event which East London Girl kindly invited me along to with drinks and food provided by The Fox and The Coop on a complimentary basis in return for exposure from all of us bloggers and Instagrammers who attended.

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A vegan lunch – The Real Greek

The Real Greek have coincided with Veganuary 2019 this month by creating a perfect lunch deal to keep everyone happy through this grey January with a great lunch meal deal.  Their lunchtime special deal of £8.50 will give diners the choice of either a Vegan Plate, Greek Trio, Greek Plate or a Souvlaki Wrap & Side option.

I was there to eat from the Vegan Plate option which included Flatbread, Crudites, Houmous, Spicy Walnut & Red Pepper Dip, Santorini Fava, Jackfruit Stifado, Spinach with Giganes, Pourgouri and a small healthy drink.

I had the pleasure courtesy of The Real Greek to experience and enjoy their Vegan Plate from their lunch menu this Veganuary month on a complimentary basis.

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Pizza to die for – Lost Boys Pizza

Get your fangs into a delicious dark pizza at Lost Boys Pizza as they are to die for. 

Why are they black you might ask? well that is because their pizzas are made via infusing charcoal into the dough giving it a signature black colour.

I had the pleasure of attending Lost Boys Pizza launch party in Camden where I was lucky enough to bite into them, suck on signature cocktails and absinthe served from by Croque Monsieur which is located within their crypt.

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A look back at December 2018 – Community fun

This article is a look back at the amazing experiences which various community members of Love Pop Ups London enjoyed and helped spread the word about during December 2018.

December 2018 a look back

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Oodles of fusion – Tamashii

Do you love Japanese, Chinese and Asian food? then you’ll love Tamashii which has popped up in Kings Cross.

Tamashii

Tamashii has recently popped up in the heart of King’s Cross. It’s the creation of Chef Wei, who has over 35 years of experience, including 18 months at Hakkasan. This is his first restaurant pop up where he will be cooking and serving diners his fusion style twists from Ramen through to Pad Thai. The menu includes exquisite dishes to suit all palates.

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What would you wish for? – A Lad in Soho

Are you seeking an adult panto this festive season? Then look no further as A Lad in Soho is a diamond in the rough which should not be missed.

From the team that brought you the 2018 sell out Snow White And The Seven Poofs they are back this year with a brand new show for 2018 A Lad In Soho which is a take on Disney’s classic Aladdin.

I had the pleasure in attending the press night the other week to learn more about the actors and actresses who will be performing in this panto which can be read here

A Lad in Soho leaflets

With the panto now up and running I had the pleasure in returning to Karma Sanctum courtesy of Director Simon Gross (former Big Brother 2015 contestant) to watch the panto in it’s full glory.

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Festive menu delight – Karma Sanctum restaurant Wild Heart Bar & Grill

Have you heard of Karma Sanctum which is a classy boutique hotel which is set within Soho in London? 

It provides uniquely exquisite rooms for travellers to stay within but they also have a fantastic restaurant called Wild Heart & Grill which serves top class food.

I have never stayed in any of the Karma Sanctum hotel rooms before but I have had the privilege of dining at their restaurant in where I enjoyed one of the best 3-course Christmas Menus I have ever had in my whole life.

Firstly let me tell you a bit more about Karma Sanctum.

Karma Sanctum

Karma Group is an award-winning international travel and lifestyle brand which offers extraordinary experiences and exclusive curated entertainment.

Karma Group is created for five-star travellers who understand that reaching their destination is only the start of their journey. With family, with friends, with just the two of you, or simply on your own, they will provide all guests with an extraordinary stay.

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Night of festive drink – TimeOut Hotboozapalaooza

Are you bored with mulled wine and fancy an alternative festive tipple? then TimeOut drinks editor for one night only provides readers and drinkers an alternative festive night of unique hot tipples curated by Hendricks, Monkey Shoulder, Glendfiddich and Reyka at Night Tales.

I went along with some friends to this one night special on 12 December on a complimentary basis courtesy of TimeOut as I belong to their Tastemakers club. 

TimeOut Hotboozapalooza me

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All aboard the choo choo train – Supperclub.tube

Remember those childhood years when your mum used to feed you saying here comes the choo choo train? Well you can now actually take it one step further and experience eating on an old Victoria tube carriage with Supperclub.tube.

I went along with some other members of Love Pop Ups London on a complimentary basis in return for some honest blogs about this supperclub which has recently undertaken new management.

Supperclub.tube

If you love supperclubs and trains this is what supperclub.tube is.

Set with The Pump House Museum about technology, transport and industrial history which is a Grade II listed former Victorian waste water pumping station diners will be able to enjoy a culinary feast on an original 1968 Victoria Line tube carriage.  To discover more about The Pump House Museum click here. Continue reading

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