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28th November 2016

Art Eats Loves : The Palomar

Directors  Zoe and Layo from The Palomar know a thing or two about entertainment having launched and run one of London’s most legendary nightclub The End back in the ’90s. Since then, the nightclub owners come restaurateurs have managed to successfully encapsulate some the atmosphere and energy of a night out, and combined it with good quality dining. Dance music plays through the sound system, people sip on spectacular cocktails while chatting to friends at the bar. Everything about your experience at The Palomar promises a good time.

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Street food specialist Breddos Tacos is set to open its first permanent Taqueria, in London, in November 2016. The restaurant, which is to be located on Goswell Road in Clerkenwell will serve up their finest tacos all day long, whether you’re popping in for brunch, or a late night feast over some cocktails. Something tells me I’m going to be one of the first in line.

 

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As far as performance art events go, the Waldorf Project is the most weird and wonderful around. Artistic Director Sean Rogg takes his audience on a journey like no other. It’s the stuff of Dystopian nightmares. The Waldorf Project is split into chapters; the first entitled ‘Muskmelon‘ in 2012, followed by, ‘Colour‘ in 2015. This latest chapter, entitled ‘Futuro‘ following a preliminary “Experimental Research Laboratory” last year.

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