Top 5 Dates for Dry January

Contrary to popular belief, not all good dates involve getting drunk on cheap red wine. If you’re doing a Dryathlon or just cutting down on your booze for the New Year, here are some date ideas that will make you forget you even need vodka in order to make a move…

The LDG cow is done with drink

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Cannon and Cannon

If you’re anything like us, when you hear ‘supperclub’, you think of over-the-top food and awkward conversation with pretentious foodies, and not a great place for a date. But we love Cannon and Cannon’s Brixton deli, so when we saw they were doing a supperclub, we had to give it a go. Fortunately for us, their supperclub involved a delicious five-course meal and, most importantly, individual tables.

Cheese Salon Cannon and Cannon Brixton

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Breakfast at The Modern Pantry

Perhaps not strictly a date idea, but for an impressive morning-after-the-night-before breakie, The Modern Pantry in Clerkenwell does the job. We went there for Saturday brunch, where the menu included a prawn and chilli omelette, and rendang mince on sourdough toast – not your typical caff breakfast.

The Modern Pantry - Clerkenwell

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Trailer Happiness – Portobello Road

We came here on London Cocktail Week as part of a tour (definitely not a crawl…) of bars in Notting Hill. Trailer Happiness is on the corner of Portobello Road and Elgin Crescent. It’s easy to miss, as the only thing marking its spot is a mannequin in what looks like a shop window.

Trailer Happiness Notting Hill

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Maltby Street Market

We love a food market, and Maltby Street Market in Bermondsey is one of our favourites for a foodie date. It’s the kind of place where a couple of drinks or a plate of tapas can easily lead to a whole day of eating, drinking and wandering.

Maltby Street Market (image taken from http://maltbystmarket.com/)

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