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Hotel du Vin, Harrogate - set for a new look!

Last Friday evening Mr P and I were invited to attend the launch of Hotel du Vin Harrogate summer menu. We had a lovely time (especially as the event fell between the witching hours of 5-7pm, so no bedtime routine for us) and it also involved champagne! 418 more words

Harrogate Mama

Afternoon Tea at Hotel du Vin

No girly catch up is without bubbles and bubbles are extremely versatile. When bubbles are applied to cake and sandwiches, it’s an unbeatable combination!

This weekend, me and my dear friends Lauren and Gemma (who I miss lots) had a very overdue catch up and decided the only way to mark the catch up would be afternoon tea at Hotel du Vin in Bristol. 417 more words

Weekend

Bubbles at the Bistro

Last month, Heather and I attended a Champagne dinner at One Devonshire Gardens.  This was a fantastic evening hosted by the Champagne houses, Krug and Ruinart. 286 more words

Review: Hotel du Vin, Bristol

We’re big fans of spoiling ourselves at SaucyPans, and there are few better ways to do that than with French food & wine – and so when Hotel du Vin asked if we wanted to sample some of their… 788 more words

By Shonette

Laurent-Perrier At Hotel du Vin

Yesterday I went to a champagne dinner. It was a black-tie affair at Hotel du Vin in Harrogate and they were pouring Laurent-Perrier.

I took my old dinner jacket out, dusted it and made sure I could still get into it. 700 more words

Food & Wine

Eat, Drink, Sleep: Sunseeker Poole share local harbour favourites

Sunseeker Poole share some of their favourite venues to Eat, Drink, Sleep in the local area this week, from quayside cafes to hilltop cocktails with views of the harbour, read on to discover more…! 623 more words

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Birmingham's Cool Events: World Gin Day at Hotel Du Vin

Post by Dave Massey @brumhour

Last Saturday I went to “Cocktailxchange‘s Gin in June on World Gin Day at Pub Du Vin”. Every time I tweeted about it I wondered what grammar crime I would commit particularly as the cocktails carried on appearing! 398 more words

Birmingham