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Weekend Guide January 20 – 22
We’ve shamefully already given up on dry January, so this weekend we’re officially re-toxing with our top 5. But don’t worry, if you’re determined to be good, there’s still lots to do this weekend. Celebrate the re-opening of Fabric, try The Berkeley’s rooftop cinema (Champagne optional), or head to top taqueria Corazón for their new brunch menu.
This Weekend’s Picks
• FRI Pearson Sound at Fabric • SAT The Berkeley’s Rooftop Cinema • SUN Brunch at Corazón
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Top 5
For a January Retox

1. Take a free rum masterclass at Cottons’ Notting Hill. FREE RUM!

2. Sample New Zealand’s finest vines at Pop Brixton’s ‘Try January’

3. Get your 1920s on at the Patty & Bun Redchurch Street speakeasy

4. See if new Hackney bar Enfant Terrible lives up to its name

5. Sample Duck and Waffle’s ‘anti-resolution’ cocktails
Milestones at the Jazz Café
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If you’re a jazz fan, make sure you get down to the Jazz Café on a Monday night. The iconic Camden venue teams up with jazz experts Total Refreshment Centre to present re-interpreted, live versions of some of the greatest records of the 20th century. Think John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Thelonius Monk performed live for the contemporary ear. Get booking!
Milestones runs for 12 weeks from 9th Jan-23rd March. Tickets £11.50 – head here for more information and booking.
Champagne from BubbledogsPearson Sound at Fabric
What do you need to beat the January blues? Champagne delivered to your door, obviously. The experts at Bubbledogs have uncorked their edited selection of fizz with their new ‘Bubble Shop’, offering their grower Champagne to collect from the restaurant, or delivered by courier. Fabric is back! Fabric is back! Following the incredible news that the iconic club has been saved from closure, they are back with a killer line-up for 2017. This Friday, Hessle Audio’s Pearson Sound pays a visit to Room One, joined by Dutch techno DJ Delta Funktionen and burgeoning Bristol talent Hodge. Time to dance!
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Prices vary
70 Charlotte St,
77a Charterhouse St,
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South Beach Wine and Food Festival
In case you hadn’t noticed by now, we love food, we love wine, and we love beaches. So that means the South Beach Wine and Food Festival is SERIOUSLY on our radar. Fast approaching (end of Feb), SOBEWFF has culinary experiences, tastings and dinners from top chefs on offer – it’s the grown up Miami festival! See you there.

Heading to Miami? Make sure you check out the UJ x ME Hotels Miami destination guide before you go.
South Beach Food and Wine Festival runs from February 22-26th. Tickets and information available here.
Fashion East at SelfridgesThe Berkeley’s Rooftop Cinema
Finally, all of London’s best new designers in one place. Known for fostering some of the best British design talent (think J.W Anderson, Simone Rocha and Roksanda Ilincic) Fashion East has found a new home in Selfridges’ designer studio (#UJloves). Lulu Kennedy has curated a selection of the Fashion East gang – past and present – including Ashley Williams, Craig Green and Christopher Shannon. A rooftop cinema in this weather might sound crazy, but the Berkeley have got it sorted. Accommodating just eight people per screening in four private log cabins, their pine tree-lined cinema space is super intimate and way cosier than you’d think. Nestle in Moncler blankets with a hot water bottle whist you sip on homemade hot chocolate and mulled wine throughout your film of choice. Sounds better than Netflix and chill. Reservations are taken by phone on 0207 201 1699.
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9.30am – 9pm (except Sundays)
400 Oxford St,
From £65-£85
Friday-Sunday, 5.30pm or 7pm
Wilton Place,
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Brunch at CorazónJohn Baldessari Exhibition
Since opening at the end of November, Corazon has become one of UJ’s new faves for a taco fix. And now, we’re rejoicing because we’ve just heard that they’ve launched a brunch menu. Mexican brunch classics like huevos rancheros and chilaquiles rojo will be served alongside not-so-traditional bacon, egg and cheese tacos. In need of some culture to kick start your 2017? We’ve got just the thing. Head to the Marian Goodman Gallery in Soho for a rare preview of collage-master John Baldessari’s new work. ‘Miró and Life in General’ pairs paintings from heralded Spanish artist Miró with classic film stills, bringing new meaning to the classic works.
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Prices vary
9 Poland Street,
Times vary
5-8 Lower John Street,
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