Following on from the flurry of Easter, the month of April showed no signs of slowing down with Jazz tours, spring menus and one of the most talked about cycling events of the year all grabbing the attention of the press.
Some of our best bits from April included...
Yolanda Brown’s Reggae Love Songs was deemed by The Telegraph as one of the best UK events to attend in celebration of International Jazz Day:
Food and Travel Magazine raved about the wild and unusual dishes at new Covent Garden hot-spot, Native, in their April issue:
Grazia magazine recommended heading down to hugely popular Exmouth Market haunt, Coin Laundry, to enjoy an array of 70s inspired retro dishes:
The Willy Wonka-esq cocktails served at the wonderful Cocktail Trading Company Brick Lane secured a golden space on the Stella Loves page:
The return of the one of a kind 1920s & 30s Tweed Run event grabbed the attention of Resident Magazine, who featured the world renowned bike ride in their April issue:
The stunning American Bar at The Savoy offered a new beautiful and highly creative cocktail menu in time for Spring, and Home & Gardens Magazine deemed it the place to get your cocktail fix:
New South London hot-spot, Barrio Brixton, landed a double page spread in SW Resident Magazine, featuring an interview with founder Ferdie Ahmed about the fourth addition to the Barrio famili:
Executive chef of Kaspar’s Seafood Bar & Grill restaurant at The Savoy, Holger Jackisch, caught the attention of Hedge magazine, who reviewed the ‘flawless’ menu for their April issue:
One of Bourne & Hollingsworth’s most glamorous parties of the year, SS Atlantica, was featured in Good Things Magazine, who relished the idea of 1930s entertainment on the luxury cruise liner:
The Nudge thought Basement Sate and R&B Distillers Whiskey and Dessert Tasting sounded too sweet to be true, and included the event in their best ‘Pop Up Bars’ round up: