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The Copper Dog at the Craigellachie Hotel in Speyside

On a recent trip to North Speyside my boyfriend and I found ourselves in the difficult situation of finding a cool, yet laid back, place for lunch. It had been a flying night tour after visiting the Macallan Distillery the day before. A quick Google pointed out that the Craigellachie Hotel was a short drive […]

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Sussex Hotel Review: Inside the ‘beautiful’ new Pig Hotel in the South Downs

A great British bolt hole – with extra sparkle: the ‘handsome’ new Pig Hotel in the South Downs is surrounded by some of Britain’s best wine countries Jane Knight says most of the 30 rooms are in renovated outbuildings Best room ‘is probably the Chicken Shack’, with lights in old chicken feeders The hotel has […]

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Hotel Reviews: The Resident Kensington

The Resident Kensington is a warm and quiet retreat from the busy streets of London. This four-star hotel is not only quiet, but comfortable and well located.Housed in an elegant Edwardian townhouse just yards from Earl’s Court Station. If you’re not struck by West London, don’t worry, The Resident has three other hotels across London […]

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Hotel Reviews: The Westbury Adds New Luxurious Terrace Suites To A Classic Dublin Stay

Ask anyone to name a classic old Dublin hotel, and it’s likely it won’t be long before The Westbury meets their lips – it’s no small feat considering that the hotel in the center -ville first opened in the early 1980s. art from the Doyle collection, with several hotels in Ireland, England and Washington DC, […]

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Restaurant review: A Momento in St Annes might be small in size but it’s rich in flavor

Through the misted-up window we can see other guests already seated and enjoy the hospitality of the Alexandria Drive restaurant specializing in traditional Sicilian and Sardinian dishes. Booking is essential, as the venue is compact to say the least – but much like the classic Fiat 500 pictured on the main wall – the design […]

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Restaurant review: Kettle Black Kitchen on Monroe Street is nailing it | Restaurant Reviews

He has a kitchen helper on Friday and Saturday nights, but that person leaves at 9:30 p.m., leaving all the cleaning up to him after cooking all day. “I’m not complaining. I love it,” Hamilton said. “But at the same time, if we were much busier, I think I would die.” He said he hopes […]

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Restaurant review: Guildford’s new Long Bar and Grill menu was beautiful and creative

I recently went to the Long Bar at Guildford’s Harbor Hotel and enjoyed the most wonderful meal of my life. After strolling past the restaurant formerly known as The pier Many times, I had always wanted to try their mouthwatering menu. So I was delighted when an invitation landed in my mailbox for their post-Covid […]

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The Jolly Gardeners, Restaurant Review: Well Made Pub Food

gEstablishing a pub properly is a difficult thing. Getting a pub and subsequent dining room is even more difficult. Trying to be a gastropub (thrill), is an almost impossible task. This involves balancing potential drinkers with serious diners and possibly disappointing both. Above all, a pub should be a destination for an impromptu, relaxed beer. […]

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Bluehost Website Builder Review | PCMag

WordPress is a popular and flexible content management system that powers millions of websites, and Bluehost makes it the backbone of its website builder. If you need extra help building a website, the Bluehost website builder gives you the tools to create reliable and engaging pages, with e-commerce options. Editors’ Choice chooses Gator and Wix […]

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David Ellis on The River Restaurant review: Gordon Ramsay leaves innovation at the door

NOT Oh, please don’t think I hated this place just because, of everything, I liked the serving dishes better. But this tableware, you should see it. There was a sparkling half-pipe of a bread tray – one end decorated not with skaters, but with a carved starfish and its mate of clams. An oyster platter […]

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Kapsaliana Village Hotel Review: A Historical Adventure in Crete

Crete is a majestic island which, despite its number of tourists, is totally unspoiled and wild. Feeling remote and off the beaten track here is easy; there is only one main road, the coastal road, which runs east to west. Descend south anywhere and you are on winding mountain tracks; Flanked by endless olive trees, […]

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Why SaaS Review Sites Are Crucial to Your Online Review Strategy

As humans, we want to get the most out of every day and every dollar we spend. We take the time to consider the options before making a decision and in the process of learning what we like, we meet other people with similar values. These people become our circle of trusted peers whom we […]

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Restaurant Review: Martha’s Tea Room in Ocean Springs

Martha’s Tea Room moved from Washington Avenue to Government Street in Ocean Springs. Julien Brunt Special for Sun Herald Sources of the ocean You might remember Martha’s Tea Room when it was on Washington Avenue downtown. That was years ago, and things have certainly changed, and in a beautiful way. It is now located in […]

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New Restaurant Review: Myriel in St. Paul

Don’t think about Chef Karyn Tomlinson’s new restaurant near St. Kate’s for special occasions, as its $ 135 tasting menu is perhaps the most expensive in town. Ok that’s for sure can be a place for a special occasion and can’t wait to try the full 10 course experience. But avoiding Myriel because of the […]

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Una Más, Sydney: Restaurant review: Restaurant review

What was supposed to be the smaller, more casual little sister of Merivale’s larger dining room, inadvertently stole the show when they opened in tandem in early 2020. With Will’s Cocktail Bar, Una Más shares the same entrance and the same amenities as Mimi (including Sydney’s most glamorous bathrooms). But where Mimi’s reflects the successful […]

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‘Woman in Black’ at McKittrick Hotel review | NewYorkTheaterGuide.com

I’ve experienced my share of Halloween-themed theater (including blindfolded ones). But what I rarely experienced was a room where spectators were screaming in fear in all directions. And they weren’t screaming at anything typically scary, like gory scenes, murders, or anything macabre. Instead, the shine of The woman in black is its use of old-school […]

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a’Mare, Sydney: Restaurant review: Restaurant review

Brought to you by powerful Italian couple Alessandro and Anna Pavoni (Ormeggio at The Spit), a’Mare is the shining gem of Crown Sydney’s restaurant portfolio. Despite being located inside a hotel and casino, the new Italian gourmet restaurant promises a refined evening without pretension. You’d think the uninterrupted views of glittering Barangaroo Bay and the […]

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Restaurant Review: Raising Cane’s – there’s something to be said for keeping the menu simple | Restaurant Reviews

Cane’s is a big brand and has its name on all of its containers, cups, napkins and bags. The paper the sandwich was wrapped in said “is. 96″ and had fish graphics. The fish on the chicken sandwich wrapper “symbolizes when Todd (Graves), our owner, went to Alaska to earn money to pay for Raising […]

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Magic of Mimesi at Dimora Palanca: restaurant review

FOOD + WINE Magic of Mimesi Helene farrell October 22, 2021 – 10:48 AM to share A month ago, I was about to throw in the towel on the September issue. It’s not really an excuse, but a bathtub kept me captive in the grandiose hotel that has just opened Dimora Palanca. Luckily for the […]

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Restaurant Review: Momo Ghar Dublin

Five years ago, momos burst onto the local food scene with a bang. Although the momo makers themselves were rather quiet, their creations at Momo Ghar inside Saraga International Grocery spoke loudly. The place has garnered national attention for momos and Nepalese dishes, with coverage on Food Network. Then Food and Wine declared it one […]

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New Restaurant Review: Malcolm Yards Market

Malcolm Yards Market Offers Diversity, Quality and FunPhoto by Kevin Kramer I am a dining room skeptic. Yes, I went to Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia and loved DiNic’s Broccoli Rabe Sandwich. Grand Central in Los Angeles is cool, as is Chelsea Market in New York, but Minnesota’s efforts have left me on the edge. […]

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Villa Agrippina Gran Melia Hotel Review: Now Brits can travel to Italy, here’s why this hotel should be top of your list

For months, I have longed for nothing but a chic and cosmopolitan break in a lively place that has much more to offer than good weather. Top of my list? The beautiful city of Rome, known as the Eternal City. I’ve had my own Lizzie McGuire Italian fantasy replaying in my head during this pandemic, […]

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Kebab Kid, London: ‘Take-away as a cult’ – restaurant review | Food

Kebab Kid, 90 New King’s Road, London SW6 4LU. Take out only, cash only, kebabs £ 4.75 to £ 9.50. Nusr-Et Steakhouse, 101 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7EZ (01821 687738), steaks £ 85 to £ 1,450. One Sunday lunchtime and I’m sitting outside a restaurant in Knightsbridge, London, famous for serving £ 1,450 steak, and eating […]

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Hotel review: Mail inspector calls Graduate Cambridge – but gets bad rating

The inspector calls the Graduate Cambridge hotel, but he gets a poor rating despite a “terrial” location (and not just because of the “undrinkable” coffee) Inspector pays nearly £ 300 for B&B, despite restaurant closing It’s for a private party – “but there’s nothing private about it,” he said He says the bar menu is […]

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New Restaurant Review: Cardamom at the Walker Art Center

Service coffee at the counter in part, refined-casual dining part. Chef Daniel del Prado has teamed up with pastry master Shawn McKenzie to create the perfect restaurant for Walker Art Center. It’s easy for lunch or a gallery tour, but also romantic for a date night with global flavors to suit the setting. My wife […]

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Pizzeria Mozza, London: “the food is shockingly good” – restaurant review

I love Italian food in America. New York and the major northern cities have developed a distinctive Italian-American cuisine rooted in delicatessens and immigrant-owned restaurants, while California has evolved “Cal-Italian,” based more on fresh local produce and a interest in the health aspects of the Mediterranean. diet. For me, each of these strands has its […]

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Hotel Reviews: Why The Lamb Inn in the Cotswold village of Shipton-under-Wychwood gets five stars

The Inspector moves into a Cotswold pub with “tasteful” decor, nooks and crannies and delicious food (the best he has eaten all year) The Lamb Inn in affluent Shipton-under-Wychwood opened in June There are five “tasteful” bedrooms accessed by a steep staircase Remember … the inspector pays his way – and says it as if […]

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Inside Wexford’s ‘Wild Rooms’ and Europe’s warmest winter sun destinations

The race for the sun resumes… It’s hard to keep up with travel news this week, but thankfully most involve easing restrictions. Australia has reopened to vaccinated visitors after nearly two years (Western Australia will follow on March 3), Israel will allow entry to all tourists from March 1, and Switzerland has taken the plunge […]

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Lady: restaurant review in New York

The Lady’s Dining Room in Greenwich Village. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland When gastronomic scholars sift through the ashes of this dark era for clues on how to survive the next Great Plague, the case of the tiny seafood restaurant called Lady, which has been open in one form or another since last year, will be up […]

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Fadiga, London: “The pasta is really delicious” – restaurant review | Food

Fadiga, 71 Berwick Street, London W1F 8TB (020 3609 5536). Starters £ 8-£ 12, main courses £ 9-£ 18, desserts £ 8-£ 9, wines from £ 25 I knew my ridiculous hair made sense. This is this review. Because without my midlife crisis expressed through shiny braids, I wouldn’t have been introduced to Fadiga. It […]

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Restaurant 18 at the Rusacks Hotel in St Andrews

There is nothing I love more than a great hotel restaurant, but finding an experience where food is not an afterthought grudgingly and overpriced for residents and account holders. of spending is extremely difficult locally. Memories of terrible meals at famous hotels in Dundee and St Andrews predate Covid although I am now convinced that […]

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Bibi, London W1: “Genius and subversive” – ​​restaurant review | Food

Bibi is a new high-end opening in the capital, which is currently not lacking. The ‘high end’ is a shy way for hoteliers to communicate the notion of imported chandeliers, four-ply toilet rolls, complex cocktails, tiny portions on beautiful tableware, and, on the outside, a Mercedes-AMG wagon being blocked by Westminster Council. These restaurants survived […]

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Don Giovanni hits back at ‘vulgar’ Facebook restaurant review

Don Giovanni has hit back at a “vulgar” restaurant review posted on his Facebook page. Bosses of Manchester’s oldest independent Italian have called on customers to be ‘nice when dining’ after receiving negative reviews from a recent customer. The woman said the service she received was “appalling” and went so far as to describe the […]

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Restaurant review: CheLi in the East Village

Have you been walking down St. Marks Place lately, the block between Second and Third Avenues? Since the beginning of the alfresco dining, it seems the noodle bar scene in “Blade Runner”, although the weather is generally better. Tartan pants with a profusion of zips at Trash and Vaudeville decamped for another street a long […]

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The Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel review in London – and Lady Gaga and Beyonce are fans of it!

05 October 2021 – 09:49 BST Sharnaz shahid The review of the Andaz Liverpool Street hotel in London which also hosted Lady Gaga and Beyoncé! See the pictures …. Built in 1884 as the Great Eastern Hotel, the Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel is a five star lifestyle hotel and the start of every Shoreditch adventure. […]

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Zenfolio Website Builder Review | Tech Radar

Selection of best website builder for your needs is a crucial first step if you want to create your own site. There are many options available, some for absolute beginners, some more powerful, and some like Zenfoliowhich are intended for specific uses. In our Zenfolio review, we take a close look at this popular portfolio […]

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Restaurant Review: Dine in the Depot at the stunning Harvey House | Food drink

Harvey House’s cuisine could best be described as contemporary continental: the upper Midwest with a strong French influence. The atmosphere is a bit steakhouse (shrimp cocktail, rib eye, duck), a bit locally grown (shishito peppers, wild rice) and a lot of subtle technique. Intense attention to detail connects fleurons of crème fraîche on a salmon […]

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The Wigmore, London: “The best cheese toast in town” – restaurant review | Food

The Wigmore, 15 Langham Place, London W1B 3DE (020 7965 0198). Toastie £ 13, snacks £ 5.50 to £ 7.75, main courses £ 14 to £ 16, dessert £ 5, beers from £ 5 a pint, wines from £ 28.50 Happiness is a well-made cheese toast. The XXL Stove Top 3 Cheese Toasts with mustard […]

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Master Wang Soulmate Drawings Review: Know This Before You Buy

According to the law of attraction, there is enough abundance for everyone, and that includes love. That would mean there’s a kindred spirit for everyone, no matter how hard it may be to believe. But with over 7.6 billion people on earth, how exactly do you identify your soul mate? Well, getting a realistic sketch […]

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Fiend, London W10: ‘Clever, deliciously erratic and slightly confusing’ – restaurant review | Food

SSome restaurants lurk in my journal for weeks, instilling mild anxiety rather than happy anticipation. Devil was one of those examples. It started with the name, which does not whisper equanimity, reverie or gluttony. Fiend, in my opinion, is a demonic, possibly green, gnome-like being, waiting in a dark alleyway in the name of Satan […]