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Burns Night at 12:51

Chef James Cochran is hosting a delicious-sounding Burns Night alongside award-winning author, Candice Carty-Williams at 12:51, Islington on 25 January

Saturday 25 January 2020 at 18:00 - 22:00

Little Bat, Islington: brunch and bar review

You shouldn't have to wait until the evening for your cocktail fix – start the day in the right way with Little Bat's brand-new brunch drinks

Four Legs, Islington: restaurant review

Four Legs is an Islington restaurant residency is dishing out excellent plates of seasonal British produce and one of the best cheeseburgers in London.

The Duke of Cambridge: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet The Duke of Cambridge – a certified organic gastropub in Islington. It won the Best Pub award, sponsored by Baileys, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

Vins, Canonbury: restaurant review

Between Dalston and Islington is a still somewhat unexplored glut of pubs, shops and venues waiting for you to discover, and wine bar and restaurant Vins is the pick of the bunch

Westerns Laundry, Lower Holloway: restaurant review

This week, we head to Westerns Laundry and get our chops 'round plenty of fresher-than-fresh seafood – including a drool-worthy dish of baked lobster fideuà pasta

Terra Rossa, Islington: restaurant review

The homely cuisine of Puglia is given time to shine at Terra Rossa – the latest addition to Upper Street's growing arsenal of worthy restaurants

London's best patisseries and bakeries

From sourdough pastries to the finest choux this side of the French border, we've rounded up some of the best patisseries in the capital

7 of our favourite jazz, blues and swing spots

Contemporary London is all the evidence you need to suggest we're still pining for the golden age of jazz. With that in mind, we round up the best bars and restaurants where you can cut a rug to jazz, blues and swing.

The Duke of Richmond, Hackney: restaurant review

It might serve a French menu in a British boozer owned by a chef versed in Italian cooking, but there's no identity crisis at Tom Oldroyd's latest venture – just simple and frequently brilliant cooking