The illustrious Hurlingham Club will once again open its doors to property agents, brokers, investors, and private buyers for The Luxury Property Show 2013, taking place over two days on the 29th and 30th of October 2013. Members will have the opportunity to view a bevy of unique, luxurious properties from around the globe, and engage in interactive seminars held by television property expert Melissa Porter. Alongside Melissa, there will be a number of industry leading figures giving private consultations. This exclusive event offers a buzzing, energetic environment in which one can meet with architects, interior designers, currency brokers, property lawyers and agents from across the globe. If you’re interested in growing an existing portfolio, investing in an exotic holiday property, finding the perfect family home or simply looking to network, the Luxury Property Show is a perfect starting point. We have twenty complimentary VIP passes to give to members on a first-come, first-served basis. These include a personal hostess service with a complimentary drink upon arrival and an invitation to the complimentary Champagne reception.Continue Reading →
London’s newest casino is truly on a royal scale. Following a 30 month, £40 million rebuild, Soho’s famous Hippodrome Theatre has been transformed into the UK’s first international-style casino open 24 hours with a smoking terrace, The Matcham Room (a 180 seat self contained theatre), three entire floors of gaming and the Heliot Restaurant, Lounge and Bar . The Heliot looks out onto the main floor and offers contemporary brasserie fare like lobster fish fingers with chips and a wasabi mayonnaise or Beef Wellington with wild mushrooms, foie gras and a red wine sauce. 69 Colebrooke Row’s peerless molecular mixologist Tony Conigliaro will be concocting the cocktail list, the refined gentlemen’s club feel of the lounge should be the ideal place to partake in it.Continue Reading →
Mark Hix will be catering to the hip with his newest offering in Shoreditch, which looks poised to be one of his most groundbreaking propositions so far. Located in what was formerly an electricity generating facility for the Tramway System, there still remains a palpable buzz in the air, propped up by the centrepiece of the dining room - an art installation suspended above the tables by none other than Damien Hirst. It features a cockerel atop a cow’s back preserved in a formeldahyde tank, celebrating the kitchen's favourite ingredients The short menu shares the theme with only two options available for mains, roast chicken or steaks. The beef is aged in the first Himalayan Salt Chamber in Europe for at least five weeks to give it an incredible flavour while the chickens lead a special barn-range life to make them especially delicious.
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