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Want to know the best place near you for avocado on toast or some freshly baked granola? Or perhaps a fry-up and a bottomless jug of Bloody Mary is more in order... Brunch is fast becoming the meal of the day and here is our guide to London's 50 best spots to grab the papers and settle in for a leisurely morning. Whether it's a relaxed affair or more of a special occasion, there is a venue near you to fulfil every brunchtime need. From coffee and eggs in an art gallery (No67) to a toastie by the canal (Towpath cafe), waffles with views over London (Duck and Waffle), or a fry-up after a stroll in the park (The Pavilion Cafe), we've eaten, drunk, reordered and reviewed so that you can perfectly satisfy those mid-morning munchies.
Brighton has long been an important seaside town, and today draws in visitors from all over Britain and beyond for its varied nightlife, rich history and attractive waterfront. In 1800, Brighton had forty-one inns and taverns, and by 1860 there were well over 450, echoing the town's growth in popularity through the Regency and early Victorian eras. A recent resurgence of interest in real ale has also seen a welcome boom in micro-breweries, placing Brighton firmly on the beer-lover's map. David Muggleton takes us on a tour of these watering holes, including the long-established venerable Greyhound, elegant Regency Cricketers, high-Victorian Colonnade, elaborate mock-Tudor King & Queen and the English Renaissance revivalist Good Companions, the pub reputed to have opened on the very day that the Second World War began. Brimming with quirky tales and fascinating facts, this carefully crafted guide initiates readers into the fascinating history of Brighton's pubs.
There are over 8,000 restaurants in the greater Los Angeles area. From the old school glitz and glamour of Musso & Frank's in the heart of Hollywood, to a Jonathan Gold- approved Vietnamese mom- and- pop cafe located in a strip mall in the Valley, LA can satisfy any palate. But how do you narrow it down to the best of the best? LA by Mouth is for the discerning traveler and restaurant goer, someone who has a compulsive need to hunt down the very best taco, the ultimate burger, the epitome of brunch, and the sandwich to end all sandwiches. Put your FOMO to rest- author Mike Postalakis has sampled it all and has written a restaurant guide with wit, authority, humor, and attitude that will appeal to visitors and Angelenos alike. Includes: * Hangover-tested brunches * Quirky happy hours * Farm-to-table dinner spots
London and tea go together like jam and scones, and this lovely book takes a stylish look at the afternoon tea scene. London's Afternoon Teas is the hippest and most up-to-date source of information for both London residents and tourists alike. Featuring 60 of the best places to take tea in London, including classics such as Claridges and the Wolseley as well as completely unexpected venues, there's a tea here to suit all tastes and budgets. The text includes the history of the venues, their most popular recipes, interesting facts, and types of teas available, along with details of nearby attractions to help the reader make a day of it. Now in hardcover, this revised second edition has been greatly expanded with additional tea venues, more pages, and new lavish photography.
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