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July 1st, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Festival Preview: Wilderness 2014

May 22nd, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

How To: Hangover Cure

May 15th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

How To: Kebabs

May 7th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

How To: Green Smoothies

April 15th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

New York by King Deco

Festival Preview: Wilderness 2014

Year on year we promise ourselves we’ll try more festivals, and every year we can’t help but head on back to Wilderness. Offering beautiful surroundings (Oxfordshire estate), magical woodlands, nudie …

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How To: Hangover Cure

In part 3 of our short film series, How To, we popped over to the infamous Rita’s Bar & Dining on Mare Street. Just in time for the bank holiday …

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How To: Kebabs

For Part 2 of our new short film series How To, we went to visit one of our favourite spots in Dalston; Turkish ocakbasi, Mangal 2. We asked them to teach us …

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How To: Green Smoothies

For Part 1 of our new short film series How To, we chat to the girls behind London’s newest and coolest juice bar, The Good Life Eatery. They made us …

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New York by King Deco

Cutting her teeth on the New York cultural scene, singer King Deco ditched any plans she had to return home to her native Jordan after falling hard for the creative pull of …

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LA by Petite Meller

Cute, coquettish and with more than a passing thing for pastel, Petite Meller is a Parisian singer-songwriter who is carving out a niche with sound and visuals that are both sugar-coated surrealism …

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Sushi Masterclass at Sumosan

We can be lazy folk here at Art Wednesday, and when we first heard about trying a sushi masterclass at Sumosan, we did wonder if it would be as enjoyable …

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Sunday Roast at Chop Shop

We would happily keep eating Sunday lunches, 7 days a week, until the day we die. So when the opportunity to try a big, Sunday, meaty feast of beef rib …

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Kamm & Sons’ Bitter Lemon Aperitif

On Wednesday night we had the pleasure of going down to Oskar’s Bar in Dabbous to clap our eyes upon Kamm & Sons‘ new bottle design for their bittersweet botanical spirit …

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What’s On: Thai Pop Up

Over the past few years Dalston has been overrun by bearded hipsters, who unironically complain about the area’s invasion by other, beardier hipsters. And there is only one thing that …

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Restaurant Review: Steam and Rye

‘Pardon me boys, is that the Chattanooga Choo Choo?’… A train inside an old bank. Why not? And we wouldn’t expect any less from night life guru, Nick House who …

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Clara Moto: AW Shop Picks

Since her debut InFiné in 2010, the delicate electronica of Clara Moto has been more or less universally lauded. Now she’s back with her second LP Blue Distance — named after a line taken from …

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Restaurant Review: Cucina Asselina

Everyone knows you’re an idiot if you turn down the offer of a drink after work, so with this in mind, we said a firm ‘yes’ to sampling Cucina Asselina’s …

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Mark Hix: The Collection

We love nothing better here at Art Wednesday than a book that combines two of our favourite things. So we’re pretty excited about restauranteur and godfather of great British cuisine, …

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Restaurant Review: Koya Bar

We are firm believers that you should begin the day with a good breakfast. So when Koya invited us to try the specially-designed, Japanese style breakfast menu at their new …

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Review: Sager + Wilde

Sager + Wilde sounds like a cool LA-based band or art house flick than a purveyor of fine wines, but new Hackney-based wine bar is just that. Run by husband …

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The Heatwave’s Guide to Carnival

If you know bashment, you know The Heatwave. They’ve been vibrating soundsystems for 10 years this year, and show no signs of letting up. They’re Carnival veterans, and all-round champions of …

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WIN: Summercamp Festival tickets

Nearing the end of the festival season, it’d be easy to let ourselves get bogged down in the post-palooza blues. But, good news! The mayhem can last just a little …

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The Whitechapel Dining Room

There’s nothing quite like Friday lunchtime in London. Emails get sidelined until Monday, making way for an afternoon of feasting before the imminent antics of the weekend. The rather unassuming …

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Sake Tasting at Sake No Hana

We like to think that our knowledge of wine, although limited at least exists to some degree. Like most Londoners we know what to stay away from, and how to …

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What’s On: Elliot’s Burger Bar

Sizzling burgers might not be the food of choice in this scorching weather, but we still can’t help but be excited about Elliot’s Cafe’s new Burger Bar that has just …

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Restaurant Review: The Rum Kitchen

Notting Hill is a place often forgotten by revellers, or indeed confused as a place frequented only by posh teenagers with a wad of daddy’s cash buying vintage music on …

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