Welcome back to all the businesses, and visitors into Soho!
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.
“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.
Brunch is latest food craze to hit the capital, and it has comfortably found a home in London’s foodie capital – Soho! If you’re looking for a unique and exclusive venue to for a brunch date over the weekend – we highly recommend booking at table at Blacks to try their stunning new Brunch menu!
And here we have it – the soft launch of My Soho Times TV! And idea which the second lockdown almost put to bay, until we realised it’s now more than ever that we need to reach audiences visually via our digital platforms. We partnered with BoomCityTV to produce Soho Is Open (for take away),Continue reading “Behind the Scenes of Soho Is Open | My Soho Times TV”
Half term is here! Thinking of what to do with the little ones? Now’s a great time to take a trip down memory lane with The Hummingbird Bakery for their limited edition cake collection to mark 40 years of the children’s book classic Funnybones by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
We commissioned local resident Daniel Morgenstern to design an illustration for our dog-friendly cafes feature – and here’s what he came up with!
With a decade’s worth of experience working with SMEs and startups, Lua Cooper – Founder & Principal Consultant at Greengage, shares some advice on simple ways to get your business back on track again.
There is a tiny cafe in Soho that was a lifesaver during lockdown… B Bagel Bakery Bar!
Absence truly does make the heart grow fonder. Being sequestered in West London far away from the city centre certainly makes you appreciate past Soho times. True, you do have more space here in the suburbs to enact the seven metre swerve necessary to socially distance yourself from approaching fellow humans. Strange, one muses, thatContinue reading “Soho on Pause | My Soho Times”