The final step of England’s roadmap out of lockdown is in sight – 19th July! With Soho being the hub of London’s LGBTQ+ scene once offering a diversity of nightlife entertainment, Tim Baros questions the disappearance of some of Soho’s most infamous and discreet gay and lesbian venues… “where have all of Soho’s LGBT barsContinue reading “Where Have All of Soho’s LGBT Bars & Clubs Gone?”
Pride Month started on a colourful note with the newly opened Co-op returning to Berwick Street after six years. The prelaunch event offered a sneak peek inside the store and its many amenities.
There’s definitely light at the end of the tunnel now that lockdown restrictions have eased! To celebrate being able to eat out with friends again, we invited vegan model, actress and skater @estellethegazelle to try the Crispy Shallot Burger; a bespoke vegan patty created in collaboration with Chef Neil Rankin, topped with smoky cheddar, beer-marinated crispyContinue reading “Shake up post-lockdown with Shake Shack’s Crispy Shallot Burger – all 100% vegan!”
Welcome back to all the businesses, and visitors into Soho!
We’re well on the way to restaurants re-opening, but we know not everyone will be ready to be out in the streets to dine. Which is why we love the Restaurant Kits concept – DIY kits from your favourite restaurants delivered straight to your door, nationwide!
You’ve survived a long harsh winter – now it’s time to celebrate the warmer months ahead! We’ve discovered the quickest route to the tropical rays of Hawaii… through Aloha65 spirit drink infused with fresh pineapple, lemon, ginger, scotch bonnet chillies and carefully selected herbs and spices!
The Soho Girl gives a sneak peak inside the My Soho Times spring issue… our biggest issue yet! #TheTakeawayIssue
Flash back to our autumn issue when Jason Gale, founder of the London Lifestyle Awards®, wrote about the amazing ‘bouncebackability’ of Soho’s hospitality businesses… Little did we know the we’d be back in another lockdown (or two) before long. Let’s hope the roadmap is the light at the end the tunnel, finally.
Every wondered what products make it into My Soho Times? Join The Soho Girl as she reviews the latest PR products landing on her desk…
“My answer to anybody who wonders where fabric is used is this: wherever you can imagine fabric being used, that’s where we supply.” So says Simon Lipman, current owner of Borvick Fabrics in Berwick Street.