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Favourite London Restaurants 2016

It is safe to say 2016 was very good to me when it came to food. So good that it helped me gain a few extra pounds! 712 more words


The Ivy Market Grill, Covent Garden

Once you battle your way through the crowds and swarms of just about everyone, their dog, neighbour and singing ventriloquist you make it to possibly the best Christmas decorations and tree in Covent Garden, scrap that in London! 210 more words


Crush Party Craziness

Whoever said that to have a social life at Tech you have to be Greek was not only wrong, but a complete moron. Once the invite-only parties of the year began, I found that I knew a lot more people than I had thought, and that I had a lot of friends in really random places. 463 more words

Life And Such

Race Day fashion starts at shoes, makes a fine finish with hat

Racetrack attire is a minefield, and you don’t have to attend the races to be aware that some appalling fashion choices are made each year by young ladies who have misread the brief and gone with ‘nightclub sexy’ instead of ‘wedding elegance.’ 1,268 more words

Adventures Of A Girl Reporter

Richard Irving, Executive Chef of The Ivy Restaurants in L.A.

Chef Richard Irving has impacted the L.A. culinary scene with enduring dining staples The Ivy and The Ivy by the Shore. In a city that’s constantly changing, The Ivy Restaurants are one thing that will never need a facelift; they’ve been popular with celebrities and foodies alike since the Robertson Boulevard location opened in 1980. 463 more words

Chef Interview

Review: The Ivy Clifton Brasserie

The Ivy has long been somewhat of a London institution, welcoming the most famous and exclusive guests to its growing number of locations for exceptional dining since 1917. 566 more words


Ivy Chelsea Garden

You’ve heard of The Ivy, everyone has. It has long history of almost 100 years old entwined with celebrity visits, business meetings for the corporate world and special occasions. 779 more words