Posts by Sarah Moody

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London restaurants for people with special dietary requirements

If you’re struggling with special dietary requirements and dating, calm those nerves and dine out at one of London’s best restaurants. Sarah Moody of The Prosecco Diaries picks 9 of the best

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London Central, London East, London North, London South, London West, The Great Date Guide

Eight Reasonable London Christmas Dates for Foodies

Writer and London blogger Sarah Moody recommends her most indulgent London dates for the festive season. The Bottomless Brunch Ignore the hectic Christmas shoppers and enjoy a relaxing weekend brunch at Bad Egg, near Moorgate. You and your date can watch the world go by, chat, and find everything increasingly hilarious as you enjoy unlimited refills of […]

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London Central, London East, The Great Date Guide

Five Christmas Dates In London For Under £30

London lifestyle blogger Sarah Moody recommends her favourite romantic and festive dates for the festive season – and all for under £30. If you’re looking for inspiration for the rest of the year, check out our 50 great London date ideas.   Skate Around the Swarovski Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum There’s a reason that […]

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London Supper Clubs

If you’re over the London restaurant scene, or want to have a more authentic dining experience with your date, trying a supper club is a fantastic idea. You’ll come across unique locations and menus that you can’t get anywhere else, plus the opportunity to drink and dine with a diverse range of people. Rosie Llewellyn […]

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Champagne date on the London Eye

The London Eye, Central London

Since it first popped up in 1999 and opened to the public in 2000, this 443ft tall ferris wheel has had an estimated 30 million people come on board for spectacular 360-degree views of the capital. What was once something that bemused Londoners has now become an important part of London’s skyline. It’s not just […]

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London Central, The Great Date Guide
The White Tower Tower of London

The Tower Of London, Central London

If you thought this historical site was just for tourists and kids on school trips, think again. Not only is there over 1000 years of history to be explored, and the shiny Crown Jewels to be marvelled over, there’s also a programme of events ideal for romantic dates. Plus it’s situated on a stunning location […]

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London Central, The Great Date Guide
A Curious Invitation Great date guide

A Curious Invitation, London

If you like your dates to be a little bit ‘alternative’ this London-based events organisation can certainly help you out. How about an afternoon of taxidermy? Or hear a talk on the philosophy of death whilst you sip on gin cocktails. If you fancy something more lively, they also run regular literary themed parties, and […]

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London Central, The Great Date Guide

Union Chapel, Islington London

This is a really unique venue in London. Not only is it a working church and community centre with a long running programme to help homeless people, but it’s also an award winning arts venue that has played host to rock bands, comedians, classical and jazz musicians, and all kinds of live performance. Time Out […]

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London North, The Great Date Guide