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Things to do In London This Week: St James’s Market

By Adam

Wander through one of the most upmarket areas of London this July and you might stumble upon a new gem about to be unveiled, in the form of St James’s Market. But why chance it when we’re inviting you to their exclusive opening party? The paved path which once played host to the kind of […]

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Regal Rogue hosts the Ultimate Rogues Brunch

By Robert Etheridge

The chances are, Dapper Chapper reader that I don’t need to extoll the virtues of brunch to you. After all, what’s not to like about a not-as-early-as-breakfast soiree, without the afternoon slump that looms over lunch? Resistance is futile, folks. Given my millennial disposition, I was very happy to join vermouth brand Regal Rogue during […]

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Ray’s Bar

By Michelle Connolly

Ray’s Bar 95 Kingsland High St, London E8 2PB We made our way downstairs to late-night Shoreditch haunt Ray’s Bar with the temptation of tasting their brand spanking new summer menu. Under the guidance of Head Bartender Dave Miller, we picked his brain on what the new cocktails bring to the table (bar) and the […]

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Barbecoa Piccadilly – Steak and Whisky Evening

By Rashpal Amrit

Address: 194 Piccadilly, St. James’s, London W1J 9EX, UK To celebrate World Whisky day last month, Dapper Chapper visited newly opened Barbacoa Picadilly. The restaurant hosted a whisky and steak pairing evening in the beautiful Rose Gray private dining room. The perfect setting for such an event. With over 140 whiskies on offer there is certainly […]

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The Perrier Pique-Nique

By Adam

When: Jun 21 2017 18:00 – 23:00 Where: The Yard, The Yard, 89 ½ Worship Street Shoreditch London , EC2A 2BF London This summer Perrier are bringing the chic to Pique-Nique with their sumptuous summer feasts. They’ve designed the perfect picnic, from the exclusive DJ sets from Ministry of Sound to the exclusive food hamper […]

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Newmarket Racecourse with The Jockey Club

By Adam

For those of you that know me, know that I’m a lover of sports. I’m a casual viewer of most sports but I follow two sports closely all-year round; football, and I’ll save telling you which team for another day and horse-racing. My love of racing started about eight years ago in my early twenties […]

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Luma Hotel Hammersmith Review

By Adam

When booking a hotel in London, wouldn’t it be great to get a 5-star service but pay a 3-star price? Luma is a brand new boutique hotel in Hammersmith that completely focusses on the satisfaction of its guests. It has a stylish and quirky style, inspired by the Osram lightbulb factory which was one of […]

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How You Can Enter The Swingers Open

By Adam

Do you have what it takes to be London’s ultimate crazy golf champion? Indoor crazy golf club Swingers which is one of our favourite london venues, has unveiled the first Swingers Open tournament. In association with Tanqueray No.TEN, the Swingers Open will put teams of friends and colleagues against one another in a battle for the […]

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How To Pick Your National Winner

By Michelle Connolly

There’s one time of the year when even the least betting-minded of us fancy a flutter – and that’s on the Grand National. No matter if you can’t spot a winner to save your life, there’s something about that event that brings out a different side to people. That said, it’s an everyman sport, you […]

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Chapel of Film

By Phil Hawkins

Following a run of 100 sold out shows with the Winter Night Garden, Backyard Cinema has returned with The Last Chapel, a season of film inspired by legendary director Quentin Tarantio. Having kicked off on March 23rd, the action packed line up of blockbuster movies will run until May, and is the perfect night out […]

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Woodford Reserve at Oriole

By Michelle Connolly

Nightjar’s little sister venue Oriole are celebrating their one year anniversary this past January with two fantastic new cocktails featuring the inimitable Woodford Reserve. Nestled in the underbelly of Smithfield Market, as you trip down the staircase you feel like you’re stepping back in time. Art deco styled finishings, painted palm leaf paper adorning the […]

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Hop to it and raise a toast to London Beer Week

By Phil Hawkins

If ever there was something that needed more than one day to celebrate how much happiness it brings, it’s beer; there for you at your time of need and never questions your choices. To celebrate the amber nectar, Dapper Chapper favourite London Beer Week returns for its third year. London Beer Week is a seven […]

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Top Things to do in Barcelona

By Michelle Connolly

Barcelona is one of Europe’s most vibrant, exciting cities. An enchanting seaside hub with boundless culture, fabled architecture, and a world-class drinking and dining scene, there’s something for everyone to explore. Stay at… The Wittmore. The ideal spot for a dapper stay, the interiors of this elegant hotel are reminiscent of a Mayfair style club, with grown-up furniture, […]

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Greatest Sneakers of All Time Exhibition

By Rashpal Amrit

If you’re a sneakerhead then you will appreciate this latest exhibition, celebrating the 25 greatest sneakers of all time. Selected by a list of industry experts and voted by the general public through an international online poll. The exhibition, curated by leading international sneaker expert, Neal Heard and presented by Lyst explores sneaker history and […]