You may think Dublin is all about the Guinness factory, but the city has way more interesting craft beer and historic drinks to sip on. Here are three you simply mustn’t miss. Trouble Brewing Dark Arts Porter Move over Guinness, Trouble Brewing’s Dark Arts Porter is my favourite dark beer on the planet. Bursting with coffee, chocolate … More Not just Guinness: three drinks you must try while in Dublin
It seems impossible to spend a weekend in London without bingeing on carbs. Here are my latest weekend findings from Shoreditch. The Beer Bakery Tom and Henry Herbert the Fabulous Baker Brothers and AB InBev opened a pop-up Beer Bakery on Hackney Road. You only have a few hours left to try their carb and alcohol heavy goodness, so you better … More Foodie alert: Sardos Delicatessen and The Beer Bakery
Sorry Stoptober, it was never going to work between the two of us. After winning two free tickets to Street Feast‘s Hawker House in Canada Water – including a much needed free pint of lager – I had to give up my resolutions of not drinking for a month one week earlier. This year, Hawker House … More Street Feast’s Oktoberfeast at Hawker House
The last rays of the September sun were the best excuse to spend an evening in the vibrant Broadway Market, bustling with excitement for the occasion. I started the evening at the slick OKKO, where healthy Japanese classics meet comfort food and a stylish LA look. Their Philadelphia sushi rolls were the best I’ve ever had, especially while … More Out in Broadway Market: Okko and the last days of Netil 360
The days of stalking other people’s holidays are over: now it’s my turn to make you all jealous. Here’s what I’m eating on my holiday in Olbia, Sardinia. Breakfast No point in going back to Italy if you can’t have proper cappuccino and some cannoli. These are from the Costa café near Pittulongu Beach. Wait … More Holidays in Sardinia: what I’m eating (part 1)
McSorley’s Old Ale House is the oldest “Irish” tavern in New York City.