After its conversion from hotel to luxury private rental property earlier this year, Brownber Hall has launched a second property, Brownber House.
Brownber House is a refurbished four-bedroom Victorian farmhouse on the estate in Kirkby Stephen in Cumbria. It is located next to the Hall with a private 50-metre pathway between the two. Groups can hire one or both properties, which together can sleep up to 23 guests. Each offers spacious gardens with barbecues and firepits.
The House has been designed with Vanessa Arbuthnott fabrics, Burlington bathrooms with Perrin & Rowe sanitaryware, Fritz Fryer lighting and vintage furniture.
Opened 1 August
Owners Amanda and Peter Jaques-Walker
Design Georgina Rose Walker
Greek street food brand the Athenian is launching a new site in London Bridge. Continuing its tradition for naming each site after an Athens neighbourhood, the new site will be called Mikrolimano after a district in Piraeus, its design inspired by a typical Greek urban market stall.
Opening 26 August
Typical dishes Souvlaki and gyros; halloumi fries; tomato croquettes; vegan gyros with seitan
Silo x Wine Bar
Zero-waste restaurant Silo in London's Hackney Wick has reopened as a wine bar from Thursdays to Sundays, with plans to fully relaunch later this year. The wine list includes minimum intervention wines and a new cocktail list by Ryan Chetiyawardana.
Chef-owner Doug McMaster
Typical dishes Spring onion pancake; preserved tomato, fig leaf, cottage cheese; grilled cuttlefish kebab with umami dipping sauce
Street food brand Sugoi JPN has opened its first permanent site in London's Wimbledon. The brand plans to launch 10 sites in the next year, with the second to open in Palmers Green on 27 August. Sugoi JPN serves NoriTacos, a seaweed tempura shell packed with sushi rice and Japanese-Latin toppings.
Founder Felipe Preece
Typical dishes NoriTacos; gyozas; yuca fries; takoyaki; chicken karaage
Love Triangle in London's Balham was set up by three friends: chef-director Will Griffiths, design director Tyson Benton and marketing director Ben Mason. The site offers Neapolitan-style pizzas and Italian food for delivery or collection. For every pizza sold a meal is donated to Wandsworth Food Bank.
Typical dishes ‘Nduja and fennel pizza; burrata with pea and basil salad; tiramisu
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