Avo lovers rejoice // Avobar

For anyone that isn’t a regular reader of Timeout and hasn’t heard, there’s a great new pop up that’s come to Covent Garden, celebrating our most favourite green food….the avocado. Step forward, AvoBar! 

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Art for the masses // Contemporary Art Fair, Esher

Art is one of those things that I sadly can’t say I have much knowledge of. I’ve never been good at it myself, in fact, there’s a long-running joke in my family about a “hook-nosed bird” I attempted to draw for my art homework that looked nothing like a bird. At school, I found myself so envious of anyone who was able to doodle, draw images from their mind’s eye or copy things from sight. Despite me not having much knowledge of the art world, I’ve always found it fascinating and when the Contemporary Arts Fair got in touch to say they were coming to Esher in Surrey I couldn’t wait to hear more about it.

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Valentines Day // Some alternative ways to celebrate

Cupid‘s national day is fast approaching and whether you’re loved up or loving the single life, there’s no escaping it. Everyone has different opinions on the somewhat controversial day, but one thing we can all agree on is that roses become double the price, chocolate too and getting a table anywhere for a disappointing, set, overpriced menu is nigh on impossible. So I thought I would put together some fun alternative ways for everyone to celebrate, be it the long-term couples, the new daters, the singles loving life or the singles wanting to mingle/meet someone.

 

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Dinner parties sorted // La Belle Assiette

I love hosting dinner parties. I always have, and since moving in with Ed (who luckily also really enjoys hosting) we’ve done it quite often.

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It was the Summer of ’17 // Summer round up

I appreciate I’ve been a terrible blogger. It’s been a good 6 months since I last posted. I’ve come to realise that I go through phases when it comes to blogging or writing and generally speaking, when the weather is lovely and I’ve got a ton going on, sadly blogging tends to fall at the waistline.

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