Eating a meal in a romantic, candle-lit restaurant may well be cancelled for the foreseeable future, but ‘date nights’ certainly aren’t. With 16,929,007 posts captioned ‘#datenight’ on Instagram (and more being uploaded every few minutes), as well as the new related hashtags: #quarentinedatenight (8,781 posts) and #datenightathome (44,960 posts), it’s clear that people are feeling as loved-up as ever, despite the circumstances.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its toll on our everyday lives, it is important we maintain high spirits and support each other and our local communities as much as possible. As non-essential stores remain closed until further notice, there is little we can do to help with this reality. However, for those small local shops and convenience stores that continue to provide us with our essential items and necessities, there are steps put in place to help support their success during this tough time.
Whatever walk of life you come from, people across the United Kingdom are coming to terms with a world in lockdown as the Covid-19 outbreak continues to spread across the globe. But one month into our self-isolation, we are all starting to crave the niceties that we have previously taken for granted.
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Fancy a modern British dining experience with an ethical core? Then Savannah is the place for you! Stunning decor is inspired by the wide, open spaces; the perfect place to take your beautiful Mum. With their menu offering small sharing selections, classic pub grub or a la carte menu….she’ll definitely be spoilt for choice.
2. Quay Street Diner
California Dreamin for sure - inspired by the sunny shores and fresh produce of the golden state Quay Street is certainly one for Mum. With a mouth-watering menu that offers diner classics from burgers to authentic tacos and a huge selection of exciting veggie and vegan options. They also serve a great selection of craft beers, delicious cocktails, shakes and freshly ground coffee from Bristol’s own Extract Roastery.
3. Hungerford House Bar Kitchen
Hungerford House Bar Kitchen is an amazing restaurant with a contemporary and relaxed setting and therefore a befitting restaurant for any Queen. With astonishing views overlooking the Victoria Embankment Pier, Hungerford House implements traditional English dishes with international influences, reflecting the River Thames’ historic role as the capital’s gateway to the world.
Where: Embankment, London
4. Peaky Blinders
Peek-a boo! Surprise your Mum by taking her to Peaky Blinders, a restaurant with cocktail menus and drinks selection with truly homemade gastropub food, private event spaces and the very best in live entertainment!
5. Nancy's Bordello
Newcastle's number 1 restaurant Bordello is defo the one for any Mum who loves to have fun! This is the canniest bar in the North East to enjoy affordable drinks AND grab a bite if you both fancy.
If you're really looking to impress Ma’am on her royal day, then Bottega Prosecco Bar & Restaurant is one to show off to Mum. True luxury experience at it’s finest, the exquisite Italian restaurant specialises in authentic Cicchetti (Meditteranean small bites), Pizza, Pasta and Bottega prosecco. Showcasing eight different types of prosecco (yes, eight) you are just bound to impress the number one woman in your life!
7. Porters Wine Bar
Overlooking the historic Queen’s Park, Porters name originates from the history of its surroundings, ‘Porters Meadow’. Tucked away from the vibrant Oxford Street, Porters offers a place to unwind, eat and drink in the company of someone you really care about.
8. Bistro Franc
Bistro Franc is a rustic French restaurant with warm, friendly and inviting service which is accompanied by traditional French music helping create a vibrant and bustling atmosphere. We are ab-solutely certain Mum would love this place!
Tetto’s Italian Kitchen & Bar is the perfect dining experience. Fancy bringing Mum in for an indulgent, well- deserved meal? Then the atmospheric scenery stimulates the scenes of Mediterranean with the perfect twist.
10. Hoxley & Porter
Embark on an eloquent dining experience and adventure with Mum at the Hoxley and Porter - a veritable diamond characterised by it’s striking decor and intoxicating liquors and continental fare.
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From not saying “thank you” in India, to arriving up to an hour late in Brazil, every country has its own customs when it comes to business dinners. When you go abroad for these important meetings, our normal traditions can be surprisingly insulting, or just out of place in different cultures. Avoiding these potential awkward moments is important for not offending potential business partners. Here are the do’s and don’ts of business dining etiquette in different countries around the world.
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5 Quirky Restaurant Experiences to Look out for in 2020
The process of eating and drinking out is now not just about filling our faces with the food we’d rather not have to cook for ourselves. It is more of an experience. Thanks to the multicultural westernized world we are living in, we have the ability to choose from an endless array of cuisine-style foods from all around the world. From traditionally British mince and dumplings to hearty Italian pizzas and pasta or sweet and spicy pan-Asian dishes, we’re all spoilt for choice!
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When the last Christmas card has been taken down from the mantlepiece, and the final pieces of party popper residue have been swept away after New Year’s Eve, people often feel deflated. The January blues can be difficult to beat, and with Blue Monday (the third Monday of the year) being the indisputable ‘saddest day’, it is clear that everyone feels a little low after the festivities.