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Bob Bob Cite has finally opened their doors!

Sister restaurant to the infamous Bob Bob Ricard, Bob Bob Cite in The Leadenhall Building has opened its doors. This long awaited opening has got all of us feeling excited, and we can’t wait to head down for a glass of champagne and fine dining.

Source: bobbobricard.com

Did someone say Taco Tuesday?

Nothing feels like more of a treat then meeting up with friends for dinner mid-week, and we have got just the place to go! The Ned, a hotel & members club in the heart of the city has just launched Taco Tuesdays at one of their restaurants, Malibu Kitchen. Enjoy two tacos, a side dish, a dessert and a cocktail for just £27 in one of London’s most stylish city venues. See you there next week?

Tracey Emin: A fortnight of Tears

Tracey Emin is a contemporary British artist known for her provocative and controversial art. We recently went to White Cube in Bermondsey to take a look at her current exhibition, showcasing a collection of autobiographical work including photography, neon, paintings, film and sculpture.  If you’re looking for a cultural and thought-provoking weekend activity, then we couldn’t recommend this more!

Source: whitecube.com

Swinging London: A lifestyle Revolution

If mid-century modern is your jam, then you need to check out Swinging London, the Terence Conran and Mary Quant exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum. Looking at fashion, interiors and even beauty, this inspiring exhibition is focused on a set of young designers who were challenging the fashion and design world! Works include rare pieces by Conran, Quant and Laura Ashley.

Source: ftmlondon.org

Spring has sprung at Roka

The beloved cherry blossom installation is back at Roka, Charlotte Street. If the delicious food at Roka wasn’t enough to get you down there, then their new spring installation of cherry blossom definitely should. Roka has just flown to the top of our ‘most instagramable spots in London’ list!

Source: seeninthecity.co.uk

The ‘Sistine Chapel of the UK’ has reopened

The Painted Hall at Old Navel College in Greenwich has reopened following a two-year conservation project to restore this incredible space. This unique space features the original pillar foundations in a striking baroque space, with spectacular wall and ceiling decor. If you’re looking for an awe-inspiring venue for your next event, look no further!

Source: rmg.co.uk

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