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Which is known in NOTE: Want to verge a little further off the beaten track?
One for those dates that spiral gloriously out of control. Bounce is filled with table tennis tables, walls are artfully covered in graffiti and drinks are decent enough.
It stays open late, it's tons of fun and you can quite happily get away with requesting your musical guilty pleasure. If you’re not near Old Street, head to the Holborn branch: it’s a little more upmarket, and a little pricier, but the same excellent fun. Settle in by the fire and Scarfes bar will do the romancing for you.
Ok, I know I sound completely pretentious but I just really bloody love good food.
Lucky for me my best friend is another complete foodie (hi Rosie) and between the two of us we’ve tried every restaurant in town.
By the early 1700s wines from single estates or vineyards were singled out as being some of the best.
For the Universal Exposition in Paris in 1855, 62 of the best Bordeaux wines were chosen from the several thousand produced in the region.
When I sat down to think about a topic for this blog post, I considered writing a very generic wine/food matching guide.
As with his art collection, James wanted only the finest wine to serve at his table.
The estate of Mouton, also in Bordeaux, was bought by his English son-in-law in 1853.
Once inside, you'll be sat in candelit surroundings.
It's romantic, but not showy, and the wine is fairly priced, too.