Bangarang at the Queen of Hoxton

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The Queen has spoken and it’s out with Sky Hallah and in with Bangarang – the Queen of Hoxton’s brand new summer roof bar pop-up.

Bangarang sees the the space transformed into Peter Pan’s Neverland… Take a seat on a giant seashell, adorn your face at the glitter bar and sip your way through their brand new cocktail list.

New tipples include the Green Eyed Fairy made with melon, elderflower, lemon, bitters and absinthe, the Tiger Lilly Poloma with frozen tequila, lime, salt and pink grapefruit, and a host of mermaid shots served in clam shells. Take your pick of tequila, vodka and gin knocked back with flavoured jelly pearls.

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Lost boys and girls can gorge on the Neverland BBQ menu, which features ribs, burgers and prawns pil pil.

Bangarang is set to host an array of magical workshops designed to entice your inner child including mermaid crown making and wild life drawing, with a few Sunday terrace parties and rooftop film clubs thrown in for good measure.

Bangarang is open Monday to Sunday, noon – 10pm.

For more information, check out the Queen of Hoxton on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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Breakfast at the Andaz, Liverpool Street

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The Andaz is a luxury 5* Hotel nestled between the City and Shoreditch. With beautiful bedrooms and a plethora of swanky function rooms it’s well known to many city dwellers. But what many people don’t know, is that you don’t need a booking there to enjoy its breakfast.

For £28 per head, guests can enjoy what must be the most decadent and comprehensive breakfast buffet in town, set in a fantastically grand dining room.

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The a’la carte menu features perfect eggs benedict and florentine, along with waffles and pancakes with streaky bacon, maple syrup and fresh berries.

The buffet offers a high quality Full English, homemade porridge with all the toppings, and charcuterie boards with Spitalfields cheese, Loch Fyne smoked salmon, herring, pickles and vegetables.

Fresh fruit and yoghurt sits alongside granolas, cereals and fresh pastries. Freshly squeezed orange, apple, carrot and beetroot juices are available to wash it all down with along with coffees and jing teas.

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Guests are free to replenish their plates as many times as they are able to.

Breakfast is located in the 1901 restaurant, EC2M 7QN

Check out their website  and follow them on Twitter and Instagram