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They're launching a new 'Snack Window' and really want people to be there

Just in case you forgot that Kardashian Beau Scott Disick is in the restaurant business, here's another promo opportunity for him to tout his foodiness.

RYU, Disick's restaurant with the Fatty Crab crew, is l aunching a new "Snack Window," probably an invention after they went to Craigslist for sassy cooks.

So they're touting new Asian-y small plates, like "J-Pop" tempura shrimp baguette, pork tonkatsu sandwich, a teriyaki cheesesteak, and waffle fries with wasabi kewpie. The latter goes for $6, while the most pricy sandwich is $12, so it's an under-$20 range. But that's not the important part.

The important part is this: According to a press release, the "foodie peep show will premiere Saturday, Sept. 8... [and] to celebrate the opening, Scott Disick himself will be serving at the window on Saturday at 2 p.m." So if you ever want to see a member of Kardashian royalty working a fast-food-esque window, now's your chance. Get on it. (Also, check out Disick looking like he's plating a dish to the left. Real or fake? You decide).


Sugar Factory to Open 24th Location at Mall Of America®

Sugar Factory American Brasserie, America’s favorite eatery and celebrity hotspot, will expand with its newest location in Minnesota’s famed Mall of America ® , opening to the public November 12, 2019. The location, located on level 3, South, will include a full-service café and confectionary shop retail store indoor and outdoor dining areas two full-service bars and a private dining room, as well as a one-of-a-kind gummy bear chandelier over the main dining room.

“Sugar Factory is all about celebrating the sweetest moments in life. We create a fun, unforgettable dining experience for any age group, at every location,” said Sugar Factory Owner Charissa Davidovici. “Expanding to Mall of America was a no-brainer and we’re thrilled to be opening in one of the top retail, dining and entertainment destinations in the country.”

Sugar Factory’s Mall of America retail confectionary will feature the signature floor-to-ceiling candy wall with more than 500 types of sweet treats, including a selection of novelty and bulk candy like the brand’s world-famous Couture Pops. Completing the confectionary shop, the café will offer coffees, hot chocolate, frozen hot chocolate, homemade specialty rainbow doughnuts and pastries, in addition to homemade gelato and ice cream.

“Going to Sugar Factory is not just eating a meal but instead a confectionary experience with your family and friends,” said VP of Leasing Carrie Charleston. “We are thrilled that they are opening at Mall of America as their first Minnesota location. Where else can you have a King Kong Sundae that includes 24 scoops of ice-cream and also a smoking candy goblet cocktail?”

The dining room, replete with red tufted banquette seating, crystal chandeliers and antique brass accents, will seat 160 guests, with some additional seating in the outdoor dining area. Sugar Factory’s menu features signature items such as savory crepes, salads, monster burgers, insane milkshakes and specialty pizzas. Guests can inject a pop of color into their order with the world-famous Rainbow Sliders — classic mini burgers with rainbow colored buns served with American cheese, crispy onions and signature sauce. Sugar Factory’s insane milkshakes, served in chocolate-covered mugs, include favorites such as the Nutella Banana Milkshake with banana chocolate fudge and chocolate dipped banana and the Tie Dye Milkshake with red, blue, green and yellow white chocolate ganache, Pop Rocks and cotton candy. Legendary desserts top the menu with the famous King Kong Sundae, serving up to 12 people with 24 scoops of ice cream covered with sprinkles, gummy bears, caramel sauce, fudge sauce and giant swirly pops.

The restaurant’s elevated white marble bar seats 12 guests and provides full-menu service complete with Sugar Factory’s signature 64-ounce alcohol-infused smoking candy goblets like the Lollipop Passion, garnished with lollipops and candy necklaces, and the Watermelon Mojito featuring Pitbull’s Voli 305 Vodka and sour watermelon gummies.

World-renowned celebrities such as Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Drake, Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian, Flo Rida, Hailee Steinfeld, Katy Perry, Scott Disick, Jason Derulo, Britney Spears, Jerry Seinfeld, Selma Hayek and Mel B are all fans of Sugar Factory.


Kim Kardashian, Kanye West marry in Florence after Versailles party

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have gotten married at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy, according to reports out Saturday.

Rich Wilkerson Jr., a pastor from Trinity Church in Miami, performed the ceremony after Bruce Jenner walked Kim down the aisle, People magazine said. Andrea Bocelli sang as they walked.

While it’s Kim’s third wedding, it was Kanye’s first, and the groom apparently had the jitters. “It was funny how nervous he was. This morning he was all smiles, but as it got closer, you could see that the nerves were kicking in, an eyewitness told the magazine.

The union was also confirmed by Us Weekly, which noted that the couple will attend a friend’s wedding next and then proceed on a honeymoon without daughter North West.

The ceremony was to have taken place in front of a giant wall full of white flowers, Us said, including white gardenias, peonies and roses from Paris and Belgium. The banquet table was made of 229 feet of marble that had to be hoisted up over the fort’s walls for assembly inside. An aerial paparazzi shot taken ahead of the wedding day revealed the undecorated wall, which formed a corner in front of rows of chairs.

Jay-Z, Kanye’s “Watch the Throne” collaborator, was expected to serve as best man, though that has not been confirmed.

Kim’s bridal party consisted of Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner, E! News reported.

Dinner was traditional Tuscan cuisine, followed by a seven-tier wedding cake.

Also on Saturday, while fans -- mostly female -- crushed the entrance to the wedding and reception site, not everyone was happy about the historic site, built by the Medici family in the late 1500s, being used for a wedding and reception.

“The city is renting out our palazzi for small change to be used as dance halls,” Prince Ottaviano de’Medici di Toscana told the Telegraph. “Events like this represent a danger to the cultural integrity and historical authenticity of the city.”

Rental of the venue, which has not previously hosted a wedding, reportedly set Kim and Kanye back about $400,000.

The Forti di Belevedere, like France’s Chateau du Versailles, home to the couple’s pre-wedding bash Friday night, are both on UNESCO’s world heritage list. That list identifies sites worldwide that have “outstanding universal value” with regard to cultural and natural heritage. (The Statue of Liberty, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate in Virginia and Yosemite National Park are among U.S. sites listed -- and all of them are available for weddings.)

The bride and groom had arrived early Saturday in Italy on separate girls-only and boys-only party planes, according to TMZ, with all the wedding guests hopping various private and commercial flights from Paris to Florence after a pre-wedding gala at the aforementioned Chateau du Versailles.

On Friday, with the palace’s doors closed to the public, the couple welcomed guests for a show-stopping pre-wedding event.

Though they dressed a bit matchy-matchy in complementary plunging necklines, Kim and Kanye showed up in separate cars, while the guests were part of a 90-car convoy. Arrivals ran from 7 to about 7:45 p.m., according to People. On the guest list, the mag said: Kardashian pals Jonathan Cheban and Simon Huck, “Yeezus” collaborator Rick Rubin, Madonna manager Guy Oseary, personal trainers Gunnar Peterson and Harley Pasternak, and Lanvin designer Alber Elbaz.

Kanye surprised Kim with a three-song performance by Lana del Rey, according to E! News, with a seven-minute fireworks show delivered later in the evening despite late-arriving rain. There was no sit-down dinner folks filled up instead on hors d’oeuvres.

“It was all French stuff. Pretty much everything was truffled,” said a TMZ source.

Among the guests spotted by E! News spies: designers Valentino, Alexander Wang and Oliver Rousteing, Vogue contributor Andre Leon Tally, film producer Joel Silver, director Steve McQueen, magician David Blaine, reality star NeNe Leakes, tennis’ Serena Williams and rappers Big Sean and Tyga.

(Talley, by the way, apparently gave it a lot of thought when he packed for the trip, according to a list and explanation posted by Vogue.)

The New York Daily News listed Lala Anthony, Kardashian pal Brittny Gastineau and designer Rachel Roy as attendees. Jaden Smith, Italian Vogue editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani and “Girls Gone Wild” mastermind Joe Francis were all spotted at the airport in Florence on Saturday.

And of course, Scott Disick and Rob Kardashian also made the wedding trip overseas.


‘5th & Sky’ Rooftop Gardens & Lounge Delights Atop Downtown San Diego

Image Courtesy of Theatre Box San Diego

Often when I’m out-and-about in downtown San Diego’s famed Gaslamp Quarter, I’m indelibly drawn to Theatre Box—a 73,000-square-foot luxury theatre, dining and entertainment complex encompassing one full city block. This collab between TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, and the Sugar Factory (with locations nationwide) has been epic. It not only launched TCL Chinese Theatre’s first luxury dine-in cinema, but also what’s become a hugely popular Sugar Factory confections, retail, gelato bar and café the Sugar Factory American Brasserie eatery and a sexy Chocolate Lounge where decadence reigns supreme. It’s no surprise that celebs like Val Kilmer, Pitbull, Nick Cannon, Scott Disick, Sofia Richie, Evan Ross, Ashlee Simpson and Faithe Herman have famously spent time at the locale. Now adding to the allure of this downtown playground is 5 th & Sky Rooftop Gardens & Lounge, a stylish rooftop restaurant and bar that debuted in August 2019.

Offering elevated cocktails and crave-worthy cuisine in a lush, Japanese-style, open-air garden setting, at 5 th & Sky you’ll be treated to spectacular views of downtown San Diego as well as the Coronado Bridge. It’s a fabulous place to eat, imbibe and socialize under the stars. Various firepits warming the patio-style seating, an ever-buzzing sushi bar and a hand-painted mural by artist Kahori Maki further sets the mood of this venue’s chic communal space, where you’re likely to leave having more friends in your social circle than when you arrived.

Given the Japanese orientation of the eatery, fresh sushi selections are the star of the show. Options unsurprisingly include the Gaslamp Roll, filled with crab, avocado and asparagus, topped with smoked filet mignon, avocado mousse, crispy shallots and unagi sauce. Other creative sushi selections include the Smoker Roll—a filling of cream cheese, avocado and smoked salmon topped with nori, smoked unagi and toasted sesame seeds and the Gaudy Roll—a nori-filled delight with crab and cucumber, topped with ahi tuna, salmon, Hamachi and avocado.

Image Courtesy of Theatre Box San Diego

The sharing-friendly menu also boasts a bevy of signature small plates from the kitchen, many of which I’ve also personally sampled and savored. My favorites include the pork belly and citrus-marinated yellow watermelon pops with jalapeño-maple syrup and the Hawaiian Bigeye tuna poke with mango, cucumber, seaweed cracker and house shoyu sauce atop sushi rice. Both had a decent amount of pepper-driven heat for those who like to keep it spicy. Also a huge hit were the green shrimp ceviche mini tostadas topped with a generous portion of citrus-marinated shrimp, cucumber, cilantro, red onion, serrano pepper and a lime avocado mousse. From the land, my personal fav is the piquant BBQ short rib sliders with apple chipotle slaw—a plate of three savory sammies you’ll surely long for later on. Had I any room to spare, I definitely would have indulged in the white cheddar lobster mac and cheese—a dish rife with fresh lobster ensconced in a blend of white cheddar and fontina cooked in a creamy sauce.

Image Courtesy of Theatre Box San Diego

The food at 5 th & Sky is certainly rivaled by its beverage program, which includes both traditional and some over-the-top cocktails all complemented by a curated wine list and local craft beer. Signature drinks to wet your whistle include the lychee martini, a combination of Belvedere vodka, yuzu, lychee and black cherry spicy tamarind margarita, made with Don Julio Blanco tequila, tamarind vodka and lemon with Tajín rim Oaxacan on Sunshine, a combination of Pierde Almas mezcal, Aperol, lemon and agave and Double Black Smash, made with whisky, oranges, fresh berries and basil among others.

The locale is open Thursday through Saturday from 4 p.m. to midnight and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Happy hour is offered from 4 to 6 p.m. daily, with half-priced cocktails and select appetizers. 5 th & Sky also sets the mood for late-night energy, offering bottle service packages and often hosting various live DJs to keep the nightlife kicked into high gear.

In all, 5 th & Sky is a lovely addition to downtown San Diego—an elevated alfresco restaurant and bar experience offering an intimate setting to relax, mix and mingle amid the picturesque San Diego skyline.

As the Executive Editor and Producer of “The Luxe List,” Merilee Kern, MBA is an internationally-regarded brand analyst, strategist and futurist. As prolific consumer trends, lifestyle and leisure industry voice of authority and tastemaker, Merilee keeps her finger on the pulse of the marketplace in search of new and innovative must-haves and exemplary experiences at all price points, from the affordable to the extreme. The best-of-the-best across all product, service and travel categories—as well as noteworthy marketplace change makers, movers and shakers—are spotlighted in her exclusive cross-media platform that reaches multi-millions each month through several syndication channels: print and online publications as well as broadcast TV and terrestrial radio. Connect with her at www.TheLuxeList.com / Instagram www.Instagram.com/LuxeListReviews / Twitter www.Twitter.com/LuxeListEditor / Facebook www.Facebook.com/TheLuxeList / LinkedIN www.LinkedIn.com/in/MerileeKern.

Some or all of the accommodations(s), experience(s), item(s) and/or service(s) detailed above may have been provided or arranged at no cost to accommodate this review, but all opinions expressed are entirely those of Merilee Kern and have not been influenced in any way.


Larsa Pippen Was Spotted Having Lunch With Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin Amid Her Kardashian Feud

Today in tangential Kardashian family drama that definitely isn't a PR stunt, Kim Kardashian's ex best friend Larsa Pippen was spotted having lunch with none other than Scott Disick and his new girlfriend Amelia Hamlin in photos published by E! News.

In case you're blessed enough to not be well-versed in Larsa's feud with America's First Reality Family, it went down last summer—when the Kardashians suddenly unfollowed Larsa on Instagram with literally no explanation.

Flash forward a few months and Larsa decided it was a good time to do a tell-all interview, in which she accused Kanye West of brainwashing the Kardashians and revealed that she dated Tristan Thompson before Khloé Kardashian.

“I blocked him on my phone," Larsa said of Kanye. "Obviously, that really upset him. So he turned that into, ‘Oh, she’s this and she’s that.’ [The Kardashians] all started to ride his wave. If you’re that easily swayed, like the wind, then do I really give a f*ck? Should I give a f*ck? I don’t know. Was I hurt by it? Yes. But at the same time, I’m like, I’ve done nothing. I’ve never done one thing. I’ve been the most honest and truthful best friend to all of them.”

Anyway, a source later said the Kardashians think “Larsa is toxic energy” and feels she "violated their privacy" so yeah. seeing her having a verrrrry public lunch with Scott and Amelia is certainly .

You love all the deets on celeb drama. So do we. Let’s overanalyze them together.

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  • Scott Disick’s net worth has been growing steadily since his KUWTK role
  • Famous for being Kourtney Kardashian's ex, Disick is now dating Sofia Richie
  • The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has 20.1 million Instagram followers

Published: 12:24 BST, 26 March 2018 | Updated: 12:37 BST, 26 March 2018

Most famous for his connection to ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian and role on Keeping Up With The Kardashians , Scott Disick has been in the news recently for his high-profile relationships with Bella Thorne and Lionel Richie's daughter Sofia.

Scott Disick’s Instagram, letthelordbewithyou, boasts over 20 million followers and chronicles a life of luxury: helicopters on yachts, private jets in the snow, stepping out of Rolls Royces and into exclusive clubs. But how much is Scott Disick actually worth?

Scott Disick, who calls himself 'Lord', was born in Long Island, New York in 1983, but moved to Los Angeles when he started dating Kourtney Kardashian in 2006. The pair met at a house party thrown by Joe Francis, the creator of Girls Gone Wild.

While their on-and-off relationship officially ended in 2015, the couple reportedly attempted to reconcile in late 2016 though pictures of Scott Disick and J Lynne in 2017 together cast doubt on that.

In the nine years they were together, Scott and Kim Kardashian’s sister had three children together: Mason, Penelope and Reign.

Scott and Kourtney Kardashian had three children together during their 9-year relationship

In that time, Disick also became a household name with appearances in the Kardashian family’s reality TV shows such as Keeping Up With The Kardashians , Kourtney and Kim Take Miami , and Kourtney and Kim Take New York .

2014 was a particularly difficult year for Kourtney Kardashian's ex. His father, Jeffrey Disick, tragically died just three months after his mother, Bonnie, passed away after a long illness.

In a 2017 episode of KUWTK , Disick said he was a ‘horrible sex addict’, though he later backtracked in an interview with E! News.

2017 was a particularly high-profile year for Scott Disick following his controversial relationships with the then 19-year-old Bella Thorne in Cannes and current girlfriend, 19-year-old Sofia Richie.

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What is Scott Disick’s net worth?

Scott Disick’s net worth has accumulated to $25 million (£18.2m), according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Following the break down of his relationship with Kourtney, Scott told Us Weekly that he wasn’t worried concerned about his finances now that he hasn’t got the Kardashian fortune.

'I’ve been making money since I was a kid, and I’ll keep making money,' he said.

That is certainly true as Disick modelled for covers of young adult romance novels as a teenager in 2001.

How did Scott Disick make his money?

While Disick is most notable for his TV appearances on KUWTK and its spin-offs, he also had several business ventures. In 2012, Scott opened a Japanese-Asian fusion restaurant, Ryu. However, the reviews were less than positive and it shut down after just 191 days.

In the summer of 2017, the Kardashian matriarch, Kris Jenner, was on board to produce a new Disick-led real estate series, Royally Flipped , but that was cancelled after TV execs branded it ‘boring’.

Despite these business stutters, Disick has found other ways to make a living off his fame. He could make ‘$70,000 or $80,000 a night at one point’ for making appearances at clubs, according to GQ.

Then there are product endorsements, staple income of the famous. On his Instagram, Disick promotes companies such as Lord Timepieces.

Instagram posts such as these could have earned Disick between $15,000 and $20,000, according to Jezebel, based on his 2016 Instagram audience reach.


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The Liverpool institutions everyone should visit at least once

There is certainly no shortage of interesting places to visit in Liverpool, from escape rooms and arcades to a museums and art galleries.

Liverpool is praised for its incredible offerings for tourists, winning awards each year for its attractions .

Whether you’re visiting the city or you’re born and bred here, there is always something new to discover, whether it&aposs the newest restaurant or a hidden gem you’ve never heard of.

But let’s not forget the places that have become Liverpool institutions, the ones that have been around for years and we’d be lost without.

We’ve put together a list of Liverpool places you should definitely visit at least once

Got any more suggestions? Let us know in the comments.

The Sandon

Originally built by John Houldings in 1870 as an outlet for selling beers from his brewery, The Sandon has become a matchday staple for LFC supporters.

Every home game the pub welcomes more than 5,000 match goers and football supporters - and the crowd was larger than ever during the Champions League celebrations in June.

Earlier this year it was transformed into a £1m hotel, with LFC themed bedrooms packed with signed memorabilia.

166-182 Oakfield Rd, Liverpool L4 0UH

Byrnes Chippy

When it comes to chippies in Liverpool, Byrnes stands out from the rest.

The restaurant, on Stuart Road, has been run by the same family for four generations - and you only need to see the queue on Good Friday to know how good it is.

Byrnes opened a second restaurant on Muirhead Avenue earlier this year - much to the delight of its fans.

69 Stuart Rd, Liverpool L4 5QT

Peter Kavanagh’s

Built in 1844, the pub became a licensed “beer house” in 1854, but has also been known as The Liver, The Liver Hotel, The Grapes, Peter’s Hotel and Peter’s during its long history.

It was given a famous and classical refit back in 1929 when Peter Kavanagh himself commissioned Scottish painter Eric Harald Macbeth Robertson to produce murals based on the work of Charles Dickens.

Peter Kavanagh’s was refurbished in 2015 and was recently named Pub of The Year by the Liverpool and Districts branch of CAMRA.

2-6 Egerton St, Liverpool L8 7LY

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The Cavern Club

The original Cavern Club opened in January 1957 as a jazz club and later became the centre of rock and roll history where The Beatles played in their early years.

Unfortunately, the original Cavern Club closed in 1973 and was demolished but The Cavern Club re-opened in 1984 and was rebuilt using many of the original bricks.

Over the years some of the biggest names in music have played in the club including Adele, Cilla, The Rolling Stones, Oasis, The Arctic Monkeys and Stevie Wonder.

10 Mathew St, Liverpool L2 6RE

Blue Angel aka The Raz

The Blue Angel dates all the way back to the 1960s when it was a jazz cluB.

Legends such as The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan are known to have played in the club.

Now, it’s a far way away from a jazz club - but its popularity is still growing as it is a must-go-to venue for many of the students in Liverpool.

In 2008, the Blue Angel was under threat after a series of noise complaints but in 2010 it won the court battle to remain open - long live The Raz.

106-108 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BL

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Keith’s Wine Bar

Keith’s Wine Bar is a Liverpool institution it has been open since the ‘70s and hasn’t changed much since.

In fact, it hasn’t changed in so long that many regulars took to social media to express their shock when the venue had a new lick of paint .

The shabby chic bar is loved by locals for its relaxed atmosphere, light bites, selection of wines and bohemian vibe.

107 Lark Ln, Liverpool L17 8UR

The Zanzibar

Although this place has been around for way over a decade, it’s still a hidden gem in Liverpool.

It’s known by music fans across the country but due to its intimacy and size not many people even know it’s there.

The Seel Street venue has had major bands and acts play there over the years including Noel Gallagher, The Coral, The Zutons, Miles Kane, Brendan Benson and much more.

Even today, it’s a popular music venue for unsigned artists to perform.

43 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4AZ

The Jacaranda

Founded in 1957 by Allan Williams, known as the man that gave the Beatles away, The Jacaranda is adored in the city.

Williams was the The Beatles’ first manager and turned the old watch repair shop into the coffee bar - which we now know as The Jac.

Lennon and McCartney were also known to be frequent customers to the bar.

In 2011, the Jac mysteriously closed down, but to many people&aposs delight - it reopened in 2014.

The Jacaranda sells vinyl records across three floors but is also a gig venue, bar and club.

It’s a true hub for all music lovers.

21-23 Slater St, Liverpool L1 4BW

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Cafe Tabac

Established in 1974, Cafe Tabac has been providing the people of Liverpool with cocktails , food and a warm atmosphere for almost 40 years.

It’s known for the delicious food and breakfast that it serves, but also for the relaxed bar atmosphere after hours.

It even has its own cinema room, where the staff can let you pick your own film, providing you give them enough notice.

126 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4JA

Kingdom

Kingdom is known for being one of the biggest celebrity destinations in the city.

The celebrity haunt has been one of the biggest nightclubs since it first opened in 2007 on Harrington Street.

In 2017, it shut its doors for the first time in 10 years for refurbishment but was back open and ready for business in just under two weeks time.

The nightclub is known for TV stars, footballers and even Keeping up with the Kardashians star Scott Disick making appearances.

25 Harrington St, Liverpool L2 9QA

Yuet Ben

Yuet Ben was opened in 1968 on Great George Street by Yuh Ho Yau.

Yuh Ho was born in Shandong and before settling in Liverpool he worked in restaurants in Beijing, Hong Kong and New York.

Yuet Ben means ‘welcome honoured guest’ and the restaurant is today run by Yuh Ho’s daughter Theresa and her husband Terry Lim, still serving the dishes customers keep coming back for.

In 2018 the restaurant underwent a refurbishment to celebrate 50 years in business - but its now back and just as good as ever.

1 Upper Duke St, Liverpool L1 9DU

Maranto’s

This Lark Lane institution has been around for 36 years and is still going strong.

Before the Maranto family redeveloped the premises for its current purpose, it had been a launderette, skating academy, cocoa rooms, a child welfare centre and a window blinds manufacturer.

It’s a Victorian Grade II listed building and the family have kept that feel by using genuine architectural pieces to decorate the place, including cast iron from railway stations and antique Tiffany lamps.

57-63 Lark Ln, Liverpool L17 8UP

The Ship and Mitre

Built in 1935, the Ship and Mitre pub has stood the test of time and is recognised for a well looked after pint of quality beer.

The pub regularly makes it into the CAMRA Good Ale Guide and has won Pub of the Year on numerous occasions.

Ship and Mitre is a regular haunt for real ale purists, artistic types and folks in the business districts.

133 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 2JH

Roscoe Head

Opened in 1870, the Roscoe Head is one of the few pubs in Liverpool to have survived the onslaught of the large pub chains.

It&aposs a staple for real ale drinkers and is one of the most decorated in terms of national awards.

The pub is small and cosy with no jukebox - just good beer, traditional lunch time food and plenty of conversation.

24 Roscoe St, Liverpool L1 2SX

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Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Known as The Phil , the pub is an architectural masterpiece.

Commissioned between 1898 and 1900, it was created in the style of a gentleman&aposs club - even the gents toilets is a tourist attraction with marble urinals.

It has a unique character and is also known for its range of real ales and quality of pub food.

36 Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BX.

The Grapes

The legendary pub, known for its Beatles connections reopened earlier this year after being repossessed from the licensee by the owners last year.

The pub dates back to the 1960s when it was the only pub on Mathew Street, and while the city centre is different now, The Grapes remains a traditional much-loved boozer.

During the closure the Mathew Street pub was resorted to its ‘former glory’ after undergoing a revamp.

25 Mathew St, Liverpool L2 6RE

Zorbas

Founded in 1974, when owner Haralambos Michael visited from Brighton and fell in love with the city, Zorbas is still going strong.

Since the restaurant very first established itself, the Michaels family have changed very little about the restaurant, including the family recipes.

In fact, the only thing that has changed is the size of the restaurant. It can now seat 100 people, where it could only sit 20 when it opened.

1 Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR

Casa Italia

Tucked away on Stanley Street, Casa Italia is a firm favourite in Liverpool.

Having been in business more than 40 years, the restaurant has seen stars such as Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher and Kylie Minogue dine there.

The Italian restaurant, which is known for its pasta dishes and use of fresh, authentic ingredients, recently won the Best Restaurant in Liverpool 2019 award - and announced it would be expanding.

36-40, Stanley St, Liverpool L1 6AL

The Dovedale Towers

A Penny Lane institution, The Dovey is loved throughout Liverpool.

The gastropub has a colourful history - which includes once being home to Freddie Mercury when he was still Farrouk Bulsara.

John Lennon and Paul McCartney even played the venue several times with The Quarrymen in 1957 Paul even sung in the St Barnabas’ Church choir, which he revealed during his Carpool Karaoke with James Corden last year.

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Friday, October 7, 2011

Dukan or Dukan't ?

Its been b-e-au-tiful day in New York today, must be our time for a cheeky heat wave.

I have every Friday off university, long weekends should be the law! So Ive had an errands day - sounding more American by the day - the perfect time to stock up at the supermarket, food supplies were running low.

For the past week SJP and I have been on the Dukan Diet Attack Phase. This link below explains what the Dukan is in more detail but hands up it is the best diet I have tried to date!
Yes it is hard I'm not going to lie and my will power has been close to cracking several times but the results are well worth it.

So in a nutshell, the diet is spilt up into four different phases and you can adjust or amend it to how much weight you would like to lose or if you just want to tone up and feel healthy. Even if you do not have time to exercise or the thought of running and the gym makes you sick, the Dukan only requires twenty minutes walking a day. Take the stairs, walk to uni, walk the dog. easy!

For the Attack Phase which is what I'm am currently on, its about eating protein (tuna, chicken breast, lean steak, ham, crab sticks, egg whites) and no carbs or sugar products at all! The main ingredient and what keeps you going is . . .Oat Bran - popular in the USA but you may have to order online from England. This is baby food at its best, however, its filling and offers essential fibre and nutrients (all the boring health malark) Plus baby food isn't a bad option when your Frank Marvin aka starving if your a non-brit!
Granted, the thought of eating chicken breast and baby food everyday sounds like hell but there is a loop hole for everything. You can season everything, garlic powder, chilli flakes, salt and pepper, small amounts of Soya sauce etc. Snacks are allowed but only, the lowest calorific Jello (delicious) and non fat low sugar greek yoghurt - all natural baby, maybe the odd low fat baby bell!
Sweeten up your Oat Bran with natural sweetners, no sugar, and add natural honey to greek yoghurt. Drink coffee with fat free milk, green tea or hot water with lemon.

Theres loads of different recipes all over the internet and its well worth it. Remember no carbs, fruit or veg! Keep weighing yourself for motivation and you'll be a skinny minnie in no time at all! From Monday to Friday this week I lost 4 pounds, give me protein, baby food and jello anyday!

Hello Mr Weekend!

JSC is tres excited for the weekend and a night in the city! Since my accident/hospital/crutches incident I haven't been into the city as a) crutches are embarrassing, b)crutches don't go with any outfits and c)crutches are just plain awful.

We have however been to Jake Starr (probably too many times) Its a fab quaint restaurant in Stony Brook, great food, nice atmosphere and lush staff. They have us hooked on our new obsession = mozzarella sticks!

Being housebound has meant Ive been able to do some internet shopping. silver lining! If you like AQUA couture, keep an eye on there dresses - they constantly have brilliant offers and sales. I bought a gorgeous backless number, saved $70. BARGAIN!
http://www.aquabyaqua.com/female/sale

New York Fashion Week was fabulous and good news. backless and animal prints are IN!
Love love love these. I have two new purchases to kick off this trend. a Topshop tiger print dress, long sleeved and more of a body-con style. Then the bargain backless studded AQUA dress.

Love the picture of SJP and I on this blog, its my two favourite hair styles at the moment. We were on our way to The Gansevoort - a stunning rooftop bar in the Meat Packing District over looking the NYC skyline, they do unreal cocktails! SJP was wearing my All Saints backless sequence dress so went for the retro bun. I was wearing a gun grey maxi with cut out midriff and ruched centre detail so had long wavy locks.

Trying to be more experimental with our look and style in NYC. No matter how crazy you do your hair, or experimental your outfit is, there will always be someone more outrageous than yourself. Perfect timing to try new styles. Quirky!


Absolutely LOVE this retro bun! May attempt this do with one of my new dresses!

Tip: Look for hair inspirations in places you wouldn't expect, I have found fab looks on the ASOS models, Victoria Secret Models and even have a flick through peoples facebook albums, if its your friends friends friend you can copy and they will never know! Get stalking!


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