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This week in Mask Loves new openings in Battersea, new rooftop bars in Embankment, photography, cut outs and circus fun.   No. 29 Power Station West Newly opened, No. 29 Power Station West is an independent restaurant and bar in Battersea. The relaxed atmosphere makes for a fantastic pit stop, however long or short that … Continued

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This week in Mask Loves Clerkenwell Design Week, Chelsea Flower Show, Dirty Lobster, Peckham Springs and Laurent Perrier pop ups.   Clerkenwell Design Week May means two things to Mask – Clerkenwell Design Week and Chelsea Flower Show. We’re talking about flowers next, so let’s talk about design now. The three-day festival is made up … Continued

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This week in Mask Loves: the royal wedding, Trainspotting Live, Burmese food, moonshine and artist Red Hong Yi.     A Royal Occasion Unless you’ve been hiding out in another country for the last 12 months, you should know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are tying the knot this weekend. We didn’t get the … Continued

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After an absolute stunner of a bank holiday weekend, London is feeling a little livelier. Everyone is desperate to get off the sofa and out of the house and make the most of what’s on in London. This is where we’ll be heading this week.   All You Can Pug This sounds pugging brilliant. The … Continued

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This week in Mask Loves: pineapple skybars, Lost Vegas, Avolato, new venue GrubStreet Author and rubbish cafes (that’s not exactly how it reads).     All the pineapples New skybar, Jin Bo Law, has open up in Dorsett City Hotel, Aldgate on the 14th floor. The terrace overlooks all parts of London’s iconic skyline which … Continued

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This week in Mask Loves: new rooftop bars, immersive theatre, ice cream macaron sandwiches, Zara’s AR app and all the prosecco (yippee!).   Savage Garden New rooftop bar alert! This time on top of the Hilton DoubleTree at Tower Bridge. The place prides itself on the use of botanicals (hence the garden reference) but not … Continued

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This week in Mask Loves: London marathon (our very own Amy is running, of course we love it!), pimped up dog homes, arty bits near Liverpool Street, more vegan madness and new venue Principal.   Twenty six point two miles There are people who love running and people who really do not. The lovers will … Continued

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This week in London and beyond festival art, colourful fashion, rose champagne, neighbourhood eats and George’s bar, which seemingly is hidden deep within the Renaissance Hotel.   Festival Art Festivals generally mean you can let your hair down, go a bit mad and enjoy the atmosphere and music. We’ve gone festival mad this week; you … Continued

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This week in London we’re talking about digital worlds, dogs and ramen, bottomless prosecco (of course), bold prints and Caramel – the restaurant not the sweet.   Digital Worlds Technology creators, teamLab, are getting ready for a mammoth installation in Paris this May. The space will allow visitors to explore a projected, digital world that … Continued

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This week in London we’re talking about vegan Bailey’s, Avobar, the new Elizabeth Line artwork, the Cheshire Cat treasure hunt and Cuban hot spot Socialista.   It’s almonds innit Baileys are jumping on the vegan bandwagon with a Soho pop up starting on 23rd March. The dairy-free version will be known as Baileys Almande – … Continued