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Albie at the Hoxton

Just south of Blackfriars Bridge, the Hoxton Southwark must be the most impressive of all the outposts in the family. The tall brick building has more of a lower manhattan vibe and boasts impressive restaurants such as Seabird and Albie.

In the corner of the ground floor, Albie is a close place for a great selection of bites and cocktails. Informal but great service makes this feel more like an extension of your living room and we love it! 

Perfect for South London queers on date night .

Book a table at Albie here.


Dalston SuperStore

East London’s premiere pleasure palace, Dalston SuperStore, operates as a thriving queer club, cabaret spot, cafe, gallery, community space and venue to serve London’s diverse LGBTQ+ community.

Dalston’s iconic Drag Brunch has been a London staple for over 6 years and runs every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. They also host weekly events catered to the LGBTQ+ community.

Check out Dalston SuperStore here for some queer fun.


JIKONI’s ‘No Borders Kitchen’ is inspired by immigrant cuisine and the rich, shared flavours and cultures across parts of South Asia & the Far East, the Middle East, East Africa and Britain.

Their new lunch menu features entirely vegetarian inspired dishes with farm fresh produce from the biodynamic, organic Waltham Farm. Ravinder Bhogal, the founder, reflecting on the menu notes: “This is more than just lunch – it’s about community.

To be able to support a local farm, help create jobs and serve our valued guests’ nutrient rich food that’s grown with such care for nature and the environment is a pleasure.”

Jikoni offers a 2 course lunch menu for £28 and a 3 course for £32.

Book a table now.


The Aubrey 

The Aubrey, situated in the heart of Knightsbridge is our most recent obsession and it’s sure to become yours too, offering unadulterated, exceptional quality Japanese cuisine and cocktails, with a luxurious twist.

Their new brunch menu available every Friday to Sunday from Midday features Japanese favourites served alongside twists on classic brunch dishes – the matcha french toast and prawn sando are not to be missed!

With a live DJ, your choice of free flowing cocktails, champagne or sake and beautiful jewel toned interior design, you need to find your way to the Aubrey this weekend for an exciting new way to do brunch in London.

Book a table at The Aubrey now.