Surviving a night out in Manchester is one thing, remembering it so we can tell you all about it is something else. BarLifeUK and Jose Cuervo Tradicional discover where to go in Manchester.
BarLifeUK and Jose Cuervo Tradicional tour Brighton in order to bring you some of the town’s best bars. We also ate fish & chips and played in the arcades.
BarLifeUK contributor and all-round Manchester raconteur, Jamie Jones, is opening The Yacht Club pop-up in Manchester
“Tiki’s dead… And you can say I said that!” Sarah Mitchell courts rum-related controversy at London Cocktail Club’s new venue.
Formerly the VIP lounge for first class rail passengers at Victoria Station, the revamped bar is just two months old, yet Duane Shepherd has already honed one of London’s classiest venues.
Choice: How much do we really need?
As sure as a sore head follows a night out with John Gakuru, a tour of the local bars must follow the first day of a trade show…
It was fantastic to team up with Jack Daniels to throw one heck of a party and announce our arrival to Westfield Stratford City, and to showcase the same great food, fantastic cocktails and darn good night out that people know and love All Star Lanes for
“Cocktails for the masses is probably a little bit strong, but we are not a typical mixologist bar.”
“The drinks will be quite different to Purl, which is all about theatre and multi-sensory drinks using dry ice or coming in several parts for the guest to construct at their table”
Riki Carter travels from New Zealand to the UK and reports on his experiences – first up Edinburgh and Aberdeen get the treatment, find out what Riki liked and which well known bars were a let down.
Now here is my problem. Today’s Speakeasy bars are generally about as far away as it is possible to get from these 1920′s dens.
I have no doubt that the bar will be a magnetic jazz and cabaret venue when it launches, but what kncked my socks off was the cocktail menu.
And I feel quite lucky at the moment because it seems North West London is having a surge of new bars and clubs.
The Tiny Robot restaurant and bar soft opens at 6pm today and after a week of evenings only drinks and dinner, we’ll have a pot of coffee and a piadine ready to go from 10am every day of the week (and from 9am on Saturday and Sunday for our weekend brunch if a Brooklyn Breakfast is more your thing).
Located on Ravey Street, a little side street off the main bars on Great Eastern St, you will find a little black metal door with the number 5 written above and a Victorian lamp with stenciled characters of the three blind mice logo.
With a copy of The Wurzels greatest hits under it’s arm, BarLifeUK heads South for a weekend exploring Bristol’s greatest pubs.
For those who are lucky enough to have a night or afternoon off during the World Cup our friends at Drinksin.com have been scouring London to find some World Cup Pub venues for you this summer.
Ahh memories. So many Kodak moments, so little space on my micro SD card…
Any journalist who tells you it is possible to visit and write about a city’s best bars in one night is fucking lying. It’s like asking a Kamikaze pilot how many missions he has flown. Doesn’t make sense.
Aussie Bartender magazine and Sydney BarShow head honcho, Dave Spanton, sends in dispatches from Singapore’s Tippling Club.