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Riposte Magazine run a monthly event series called Riposte Presents where they dig deep with a panel of experts from a different industry or scene. The July edition was all about the insiders in Food and Drink.

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The Mare Street establishment Rita’s is to close after nearly three years of serving awesome cocktails, and American style food to East London’s finest.

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Running a monthly brunch club does come with its difficulties. Catering to all the different types of diner can be tricky. However this month, and due to my detox, it was my turn to be the picky one. I decided the easiest thing to do was to go for something healthy, opting for the Scandinavian inspired, super food porridge specialist; 26 Grains.

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Now it’s not the first time I’ve been to one of the Royal Academy’s RA Lates events. The last time being The Garden At Night event to coincide with their Monet to Matisse exhibition in March. That particular event blew me away. The perfect mix of art, food and culture. I was hungry for more, I expected even bigger and better things from The Summer Circus event in July.

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Park Nights is the summer series of events taking place at the Serpentine Pavilion. A chance to experience live or performance art on the grounds of the 2016 pavilion, and summer houses, the series is real treat. It’s not often you get to experience the pavilion after dark, so Art Eats went down to view one of the events first hand.

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Stepping inside the historical Westminster Hall for the first time and you’ll be forgiven for missing The Ethics of Dust altogether, so beautiful is the hall with its the 28-metre high hammer-beam roof and stain glass windows.  Dating back to 1099, Westminster Hall is the oldest building on the grounds of Parliament.

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This Thursday sees Riposte Magazine host another one of their monthly event series, and for July it’s all about food and drink.

Bringing together a panel of female experts from the food and beverage industries the night will offer up a discussion on the best tips on how to make it in the industry.

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This month’s Art Eats Meets feature is with none other than founder, and restaurateur of the Vietnamese Pho eatery Salvation in Noodles. We caught up last month to find out what’s been happening in his world, as he let us in on a few secrets.

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Having signed up to a retreat at the end of July, I’ve now got two weeks of a strict detox diet to endure. On the surface it didn’t seem like something that would be so much of a challenge, certainly not with the fact that I’ve already shed red meat, poultry and 75% of my alcohol intake these last couple of months.

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Venturing to Central London on a sunny Saturday all in the name of art doesn’t seem like everyone’s idea of a good time. However the offer of a free curator tour inside a disused nineteenth century hotel was too good to pass up. The exhibition entitled, ‘Maybe Your Lens Is Scratched?’ opened to the public on the 24th of June.

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