You Had Me at MERLOT!

By | October 6th, 2017|LONDON|

I took a trip to a growing wine shop that supplies wine to more than 120 restaurants in London now… nestled in the heart of Dalston, this Austrian rooted winery brings about the grapes from all over Europe and is the perfect hot spot for dabbling in unusual wines from all over!

Matcha Made in Heaven

By | September 28th, 2017|LONDON|

This week I went to meet the vegan power couple on a mission to change the way East London thinks about food; Sazzy and Fran. Tucked away in the heart of Hackney Road, this dynamic duo prepares everything from scratch (tacos to healthy millionaires shortbread).

Work Work Work

By | September 12th, 2017|LONDON|

I’ve been exploring a nifty hideaway that’s run by freelancers for freelancers; The Workers’ Cafe.

Just BREW it! (Forest Road)

By | August 31st, 2017|LONDON|

What do you get when you combine a Boston born brewer, a Belgian beer factory and whole lotta confidence? An East End Brewery, or at least that’s what happened to owner and brewing master, Pete Brown.

‘QUIRKY’ meets ‘COOL’ at East End Prints

By | August 24th, 2017|LONDON|

Fortune favours the brave and the BOLD, which rings true when you step through the doors of East End Prints and peer around at the array of Autumn colours, shapes and designs.

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Terrone & Co. – Re-Innovating Coffee

By | August 10th, 2017|LONDON|

Terrone Coffee Co. was established by Edy Piro (born in Salerno, southern Italy) in 2011. The former freelancer started sourcing and distributing his own coffee brand in his spare time and slowly turned it into a business that he loves.

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Outdoor People: Reconnecting People with the Outdoors

By | August 4th, 2017|LONDON|

Outdoor People are both a shop and social enterprise with a passion for the outdoors and helping people reconnect with nature - whether that’s through camping, picnicking, yoga, cycling, festivals, walking, scrambling, hiking up mountains, wandering round cities, playing in the street, lying in hammocks, building dens, making mud pies and staring at clouds!

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