An evening at Backdoor Kitchen

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A few of the Story team members are Brixton locals, so we are no strangers to the delights of Brixton Village. Last weekend, however, I headed to the Village for something slightly different at the Brixton Backdoor Kitchen. This Italian pop-up supper club has been enjoying a three-week summer residency at Cornercopia, sadly now finished… Read more »

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One of our number went to Brixton’s Backdoor Kitchen to enjoy the supperclub’s collaboration with Aperol Spritz   The auction based on emotions, via Protein   Breakfast at Chiltern Firehouse. Brunching made brilliant by Balazs.   The lineup at Feast this week, surely one of the best we’ve seen with cocktail confectionary from Smith &… Read more »

A Food Epiphany!

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For the past two weeks Olivia Cox has been interning with us at Story. Here she recounts her introduction to Borough Market and, more importantly, the emphasis on food provenance that each and every market trader relays. Story’s office is on Bermondsey Street, a part of London I don’t really know. So, I thought I’d… Read more »

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The Food People are a bunch of foodies who analyse trends and predict the future of food.   Over 30 different independent restaurants, bars and food vendors will be setting up camp in Carnaby Street for the first ever Carnaby Street Eats food festival this Sunday from 11am.   We will be popping down to… Read more »

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1.  Are packed lunches really dead?  Defy the stats and love your lunchbox with James Ramsden’s book 2.  One of our favourite Soho institutions The House of St. Barnabas opens its doors to present Art Social ’14 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/38424/art-social-14-house-of-st-barnabas-soho.html   3.  New office officially on the map – check out our new Hollywood sign 4.  Toast to… err… summer… Read more »

Le jour de gloire est arivé! Tuck into Bastille Day.

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As if you needed an excuse to roll your sleeves up for some gastronomic excess, it’s Bastille Day (or should I say le quatorze juillet) on the 14th so if I were you I’d line up your agenda of fine French fare immediately. If you’ve ever spent this tremendous national holiday Day in France, you’ll… Read more »

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Celebrating and indulging in all things American with the 4th July Independence Day Refreshing tasters at the Riojan Wines stall at imbibe Live Hawksmoor number 5 delivering an asian twist to steak in Knightsbridge   Beautiful flowers, chocolate and wine from Cave Story’s Christmas in July event, bring a little bit of festivity to the Riflemaker Gallery  

National Restaurant Awards 2014

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We are excited to see some of our old favourites ranking on The National Restaurant Awards this year. Congratulations to The Clove Club (and their delicious Blood Orange, Sheep’s Milk Mousse and Wild Fennel), The Ethicurean (where a gleaming slab of Welsh Rarebit brightened up a cold December day), Merchants Tavern (our favourite dish, Hogget broth), Grain Store… Read more »