Set on the Thames’s South Bank on the ground level of London’s Mondrian Hotel, Dandelyan is the second cocktail bar by author and acclaimed bartender Ryan “Mr. Lyan” Chetiyawardana.
The amaretto-like aromas of his grandmother’s cookie jar. An idea about puréed pumpkin. An English rose garden. For Tony Conigliaro, the crowned king of London’s molecular mixology scene, these simple thoughts have spawned ideas for innovative cocktails.
Atop one of the tallest buildings in London, there’s a restaurant.
As London’s mayor Sadiq Khan promises to usher in an era of culture-forward urban infrastructure, the Tate Modern’s Switch House appears as a progressive, inclusive beacon.
A watering hole for the local artistic elite, London’s Library boutique hotel is the ideal post-show hang out—especially now that it has opened its own in-house restaurant, St. Luke’s Kitchen.
Not your average celebrity fragrance.
Frenchie may be one of London’s most buoyant, exciting new spots to dine.
Embracing the traditional Hindu system of achieving health and bodily balance through diet, yogic breathing, and the use of regenerative herbs.
That old adage, sex sells, has played a role in Agent Provocateur’s success over its 20-year history—but it certainly hasn’t been the only factor.