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 …as always, we’ve got food on the mind. Tonight is the first night of Isaac Carew’s supper clubs at Radici – he’ll be serving up Italian greats from his debut cookbook The Dirty Dishes alongside Calabrian chef Francesco Mazzei. The next dinner is 6th November – book now! Other than that, we’re trying to get into Coal Office (have you seen that menu?), and can’t wait for the Harts Brothers’ openings (there are four, previews start in two weeks) at Coal Drops Yard. With all the artspiration of last week, we’re already starting to think about Art Basel Miami 2018, as well as other sunny climes (must get to Mexico City!). If you’re a Soho House member (or can go with a friend), Michael Hennegan is in conversation with DJ Fat Tony on Thursday, which should be a good one. Enjoy!  
Milk Bar
Any Excuse
New food destinations worth making the trip for
We’ve covered art exhibitions we were ready to dig out our passports for, but what about food? From LA to New Jersey (and one a little closer to home), we’re charting the new culinary launches you could easily plan a getaway around. Hop to it!
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Levan | Photo: Matt Russell
At Last
The October openings we’ve been waiting for
There isn’t an age-old adage about waiting months for one new restaurant when three come along at once, but there ought to be. This month is a big one! The Clove Club’s Two Lights is officially open and taking reservations, and we’ve got our eyes open for news of opening dates for Levan and Gunpowder’s Custard. And don’t forget to add Andrew Wong’s second restaurant to the list – Kym’s opened last week in Bloomberg Arcade.
Island File
Carl Bee’s Malta
Discover the island with the DJ/producer
If you’re looking for some autumn sun, look no further than Malta. And who better to give us some insider tips than native Maltese DJ Carl Bee?
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Opening Today
Photo: John Carey
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Harry’s Bar
Harry’s Dolce Vita gets a new sister restaurant
Need a respite when you’re out and about in the West End? Then escape to Harry’s Bar in St. Christopher’s Place for a slice of ’50s Venetian opulence (and maybe one of their signature Infinite Negronis, too). Following on from the original Harry’s Dolce Vita in Knightsbridge, Harry’s Bar is headed up by Diego Cardoso (formerly of Murano), so expect good things. It’s an all-day affair from breakfast to dinner; opt for cicchetti in the afternoon or go all out for dinner with Venetian classics like linguine vongole or calamari fritti. And if you’re lucky enough to remember its namesake – the iconic ’70s private members’ club in Mayfair – you’ll know to expect a serious dose of mid-century Italian glam from the interiors.
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Sandia Chang
Roganic, Noma, Per Se – Sandia Chang has got some serious credentials. And as the sommelier at bubbledogs and their now two Michelin-starred Kitchen Table, we’re knew she’d have a few insider tips on what we should be drinking, and where, this autumn.
What's your all time favourite restaurant in London?
Andrew Edmunds. It’s so cozy, the food is always super seasonal and humble and the wine list is the best kept secret in London. Plus… I can bring my dog Paxo.

Where's your favourite place for a drink?
Sager + Wilde on Hackney Road, I love it there.

What should we be drinking for autumn?
Wines from the Savoie. They are perfect to go along with those alpine cheeses whilst sitting in front of a fire.

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Link Link by Isabella Rossellini
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At Southbank Centre
A uniquely comic production
If you’re in the mood for something completely different from your usual theatre-going experience, book in for Golden Globe-nominated actress Isabella Rossellini’s (Green Porno, Blue Velvet, Death Becomes Her) Link Link at Southbank Centre. Based on genuine scientific research, the one-woman (and her dog) show is part theatrical lecture, part comedy. Expect to see Rossellini and her dog, Pan, transform into Aristotle, René Descartes, a medieval theologian, Harvard Professor BF Skinner and Charles Darwin, exploring what differentiates humans from animals along the way.
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Casa Pueblo, Tulum
Yucatán bohemia meets hacienda-style work-and-stay hotel? The newly-opened Casa Pueblo has got us planning a trip to Tulum ASAP.
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The Inheritance
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A Transcendent New Play
E.M Forster’s Howards End comes to NYC
After a sold-out run at the Young Vic, Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance lands in the West End for a limited run at The Noël Coward Theatre until 19th January. Transposing E.M Forster’s Howards End to NYC, The Inheritance explores what it’s like to be a young gay man in contemporary New York, asking what we owe to the generations who lived and loved before us. We’re suckers for a modern classic, and it sounds like The Inheritance will be just that. Get booking now.
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Drunk Elephant
It's arrived!
High tech, bio compatible, and free of the ‘suspicious six’: Drunk Elephant is the new skincare brand that everyone’s talking about, and it’s just launched in the UK. Check out Vogue’s edit to find out what to buy, and then head to your nearest Space NK store to stock up.
The Weekend
If, like us, you’re already preparing for the weekend, get reading for some inspiration. On Friday KERB are celebrating their 6th birthday with one-off street food collabs (naturally), house party-style drinks and a reggae choir. Happy Birthday KERB! On Saturday we’ll be checking out new Hackney venue UNDR for a night of hip hop and R&B with NTS Radio’s Martelo, and on Sunday find us at Protein Studios for Polly Nor’s latest solo exhibition.
Friday Saturday Sunday
KERB's House Party TRIBE Launch at Undr Polly Nor: Airing My Dirty Laundry
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9 October 2018
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