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Food + Drink

Come on barbie, let’s go party: BBQ recipes for the glorious sunshine

Tongs at the ready: the city is sizzling and the heat is on. London’s well-seasoned barbecue pros plate up their fiery favourites for David Ellis

Pubs, Bars and Nightlife

Tragic demise of much-loved Groucho manager explored in new podcast

Bernie Katz was five foot of flamboyance and the ultimate celebrity secret-keeper. A new podcast explores his troubled final months

Restaurants

Gloria team reveal ‘Church 2.0’ with mammoth new restaurant, Ave Mario

Dubbed a “cheeky interpretation of the Church” expect a mirrored party basement and a monster ice cream cake

Restaurants

David Ellis reviews Bar des Prés: ‘Le Sushi’ is a pricey pretender

While there’s much to enjoy, little feels new at Cyril Lignac’s Franco fusion, says David Ellis, and that vanilla ice cream...

Restaurants

123V: Is this London’s most convincing meat-free burger?

Alexis Gauthier’s new vegan restaurant is replicating LA-style fast food – with results that completely fooled one diner

Restaurants

Angela Hartnett joins Into Hospitality campaign to solve staff crisis

Restaurants are lining up to help the scheme, with both supports the unemployed and could help ease recruitment woes

Restaurants

Tom Kerridge tentatively dips toe in plant-based dining with Bad Vegan

The new “vegan” opening looks to want the best of both worlds, as it will also serve meat

Restaurants

Ready Burger: Gloriously cheeky “McDonald’s, but make it vegan?” opens

Vegan burgers are back —and more fun than ever, says David Ellis

Restaurants

Jimi on the NoMad: Firework of a room let down by forgettable cooking

The London outpost of the New York hotel has bags of atmosphere, says Jimi Famurewa, it’s just a shame its skilfully crafted food tends towards the anonymous

Restaurants

Sally Abé on the Pem: ‘It’s going to be glam, elegant – and lively!’

Sally Abé talks tells David Ellis about life after the Harwood Arms, why empowering women in hospitality drives her and her enduring love for classic recipes

Events and Things To Do

New Fulham Town Hall exhibition explores mental health in hospitality

Nuno Mendes and Hawksmoor’s Will Beckett were among those to join the conversation

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This is the sound of your hot vax summer

From euphoric bangers to slick plastic funk, the city’s hottest tastemakers tell Jochan Embley and David Ellis the tracks to get down to

Music

Latitude has unveiled its 2021 line-up - and tickets are on sale now

The music, comedy and arts festival returns to Suffolk this July

Restaurants

Imad’s Syrian Kitchen finds strength in simplicity, says Jimi Famurewa

It looked like it was to be a long afternoon, says Jimi Famurewa — but then, blessedly, the trajectory of the entire lunch shifted

Music

Download announces festival without social distancing for June

10,000 people will be allowed to “mosh, dance and hug” at the trial event

Events and Things To Do

New festival Body Movements to celebrate queer club culture in Hackney

The country’s finest queer club nights and LGBTQI+ performers will be on the bill

Events and Things To Do

Arcade games galore as Four Quarters announce new flagship bar

From Street Fighter to Sega Rally, the latest Four Quarters is set to be the group’s biggest yet

Restaurants

Jikoni becomes UK’s first independent restaurant to go carbon-neutral

Though not the first restaurant to achieve zero carbon emissions, the news is a sign smaller operators are beginning to step up

Business

Hospitality staff crisis: People must know there is a career in this

After its hardest ever year, the hospitality industry has been flung into its latest crisis as it tries to manage a staffing drought

Restaurants

Punjab restaurant celebrates volunteers who fed the homeless

Punjab supported the homeless charity, helping deliver more than 75,000 meals to rough sleepers since last March

Business

We will be pushing our ‘work from pub’ deals, says Young’s boss

Patrick Dardis told the Standard that Young's will return to making money this month

Business

Pub bosses hail ‘phenomenal’ trading but say profits depend on June 21

Both Mitchells & Butlers and Marston’s reported steep half-year losses on Wednesday

Restaurants

The restaurants the London it-crowd can’t wait to head back into

Not sure where to visit with our newfound freedoms? Take the lead from one of these insiders, says Joanna Taylor

Restaurants

Jimi Famurewa reviews Ombra: A ramshackle mix of grit and glamour

Italian Ombra serves plates of dumbfounding, almost confrontationally vivid flavours, says Jimi Famurewa

Events and Things To Do

Real life Mario Kart: Augmented reality racing opening in London

The new experience combines real life karting with virtual video game fun

Restaurants

Casino Royale: Hippodrome opens its doors on the stroke of midnight

As the pouring rain cleared, David Ellis stepped in from the cold for a night at a London institution

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