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Who's about to eat all the pies? Lucky people that sign up below that's who -

To mark the opening of the newly refurbished The Hope Fitzrovia, the boozer will be teaming up with Pieminister to offer Londoners the chance to get their hands on #100FREEPIES from 2 – 6 October 2017. To get involved, guests can sign up at www.thehopefitzrovia.co.uk/100freepies

Successful entrants will receive a voucher to claim a free pie all week between 12pm - 2pm and will also be entered into a prize draw to win access to a VIP launch event on Thursday 5 October from 8-11pm, with free drinks and pies along with a performance from up and coming indie- rock band Desert Planes.

Since 1809, The Hope has occupied the same street corner in Fitzrovia, serving up beers and food to anyone and everyone in search of a good time. While The Hope now offers live sport on multiple screens, a famous selection of quality pies, and a regular influx of new and exciting ales, they remain the same old boozer giving people what they’ve loved for over 200 years.

With a dedicated pie kitchen, The Hope Fitzrovia will serve up a full pie menu in partnership with award winning pie makers Pieminister. Putting great taste and quality at the heart of every pie, each one is baked using only the best ingredients using free range British chicken and pork, farm assured British beef and wild British venison. Examples include:

Free ranger - with chicken, leek, ham and thyme pie
Moo - a British beef steak and craft ale pie
Wild Shroom - wild mushroom, asparagus, cream and white wine

To perfectly pair with your pie, The Hope serves a range of house and guest ales, including Doom Bar, Timothy Taylor Landlord, St Austell Tribute and Camden pale ale.

#100FREEPIES
Date: 2 – 6 October 2017
Address: 15 Tottenham St, Bloomsbury, London W1T 2AJ
Nearest tube: Goodge Street

It's almost cocktail week! And we know what that means! All of our favourite drinks are out in force creating new wonders in cocktails and alcoholic beverages as well as new experiences for us lucky punters.

One such beverage is Sailor Jerry who is calling all Londoners to channel their inner sailor with free tattoos during London Cocktail Week, 2017. The bold, and smooth as hell spiced rum brand has teamed up with east London tattoo parlour Cloak and Dagger to sling ink on festival-goers who hold the London Cocktail Week pass.

From 12pm – 7pm, Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th October, choose from a range of designs inspired by the father of American old school tattooing, Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins. World- renowned for his traditional pieces, Collins’ unique flash-art style started a movement that still inspires artists today. On a first come, first served basis, pick from a range of official Sailor Jerry iconic flash art work designs including a pair of dice, Hawaiian landscape, a swallow or naval star. Show off your new ink by uploading a picture to Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #SailorJerryLCW17.

Whilst drinking before inking isn’t encouraged, when finished, celebrate your bold flash art by heading to Americana Nights by Sailor Jerry at London Cocktail Week’s Cocktail Village at the nearby Spitalfields Market. Cheers with some badass Sailor Jerry cocktails, all for £6 each for pass holders, from the vintage airstream bar, choose from the Spicy Ginger Ice Tea Punch, the in-your-face Ginger Daiquiri or heat things up with our Spiced Sailor’s Cider.

We love it when people work together.. and that's exactly what's happening with Homeslice and Camden Brewery.

Pizza sure tastes best without a roof and with a beer, so get yourself down to Homeslice's beautiful new courtyard over in Shoreditch. They've teamed up with their friends at Camden Town Brewery to throw a launch party and welcome in the rooflessness.

Get yourself there if you want a free pint with your pizza this Saturday (12th August) between 3 - 7pm.

Ok so the rain may have dampened our spirits somewhat but there's a tiny bit of sun around today so it seems only right to let you know about where you van grab some free ice cream!

Four Winters are running two tasting events with the Meringue Girls where customers who visit on the day can enjoy a free serve from 1PM-2PM, on the:

17th August, at their Brewer Street parlour.

25th August, at their Portobello Road parlour, to kickstart the Notting Hill Carnival weekender!

Four Winters is a new-generation ice cream maker who harnesses the power of liquid nitrogen to create customisable made-to-order ice cream. With a mission to bring surprise and delight back to ice cream. Four Winters’ team of chefs is able to flash freeze super smooth ice cream within seconds and has developed a fresh and innovative menu that changes with the season.

- vegan option available, without meringues -

About Four Winters:

Founded in 2014 with the aim of bringing fun and creativity back to ice cream, Four Winters has specially designed its parlours with an open kitchen so customers can enjoy watching their ice cream being made in front of them. 

Four Winters’ parlours can be found in South Kensington, Soho and Notting Hill. For more information visit: www.fourwinters.co.uk

To mark 110 years since the first Chinese restaurant arrived in London, online food ordering platform hungryhouse.co.uk is celebrating the classic cuisine by offering a 10p Throwback Takeaway menu, a price similar to what an Edwardian Londoner would have paid in 1907. The menu will feature a special selection of Chinese dishes that the nation still goes chopstick crazy over, a century after it first delighted Brits’ taste buds.

On Thursday 8th June, hungryhouse is inviting its customers to visit Mr Chan’s in Clerkenwell and collect a TBT (throwback takeaway) Chinese for 10p. From Chop Suey, an old favourite made with bean sprouts in sweet & sour sauce to Chicken and Cashew Nuts in Yellow Bean Sauce, each dish on the menu is available to order with the option of Chicken, Beef or Tofu and can be served with plain rice or egg fried rice.

In 1907, Chung Koon, formerly a cook on the Red Funnel Line ferry, landed in London and launched the first ever-Chinese Restaurant, Maxim’s. Based in Soho, the restaurant offered what was considered experimental dishes such as authentic Cantonese sweet-and-sour pork.

Sonny Hong, owner of Mr Chan’s takeaway in Clerkenwell, London said: “Chinese food has long been a familiar part of UK’s takeaway culture, and classic dishes such as Chop Suey still ‘woks’ our customers hearts; proving our tastes haven’t really changed through the years!”

Alice Mrongovius, CEO of hungryhouse, said: “At hungryhouse, we don’t want to forget the classics and what better way to celebrate Britain’s love affair for Chinese food than by offering Londoner’s a taste of Chinese favourites for early 20th century prices.”

The limited edition hungryhouse Throwback Takeaway menu will be available exclusively in partnership with one of London’s Most Loved Takeaways, Mr Chan’s in Clerkenwell. The service will be available on Thursday 8th of June 2017 between 12-2.30pm, via collection only, whilst stocks last. Customers are required to order and pay on arrival.