It might sounds silly, but you’d be surprised at just how many men get confused about what to do and how to behave when taking an escort out. It’s a date guys! It’s really as simple as that and there’s absolutely nothing to be concerned about. You’re taking a beautiful lady out and you’re going to have some fun and learn a little more about her. This is the conventional way that dates work!
So, the first thing has to be getting your attitude to eating out correct. If you treat it like the date it so clearly is, the rest should follow. It’s important to keep this in mind throughout and not become complacent. Go out and have some fun, and also get fed at the same time! Virtually every London escort we’ve ever worked with loves to go on dinner dates.
‘Festa in Famiglia’ at Theo Randall at the InterContinental Park Lane
This food venue encourages guests to go offline while tucking into an Italian feast at his Park Lane restaurant. All dishes are created with family feasting in mind, beginning with cheeses and bread, cured meats, followed by Porchetta carved for the table, alongside fresh ravioli and an array of heart-warming Italian mains.
Tables that manage to enjoy the entire meal without their devices will have the chance to win prizes including a spot in one of Theo’s masterclasses.
Camden Town Brewery’s Tank Party
Also on offer are pasta and cocktail workshops from Giles Coren, Pasta Evangelists and East London Liquor Company, tours of the brewery, beer tasting and screen printing classes with Beach London.
Live music and top notch food. Dine on Italian delights from iconic restaurant Lina Stores and pasta lab experts Pastifico al Dente, before getting stuck into Camden Market’s The Cheese Wheel.
Carnaby has become something of a food mecca in recent years. This September, they’re celebrating their ever-expanding culinary.
Budding bartenders can learn to create the perfect Pisco Sour at Señor Ceviche, foodies can gorge on Pastaio’s new tapas-style pasta menu, and plant-based diners can enjoy veggie and vegan offerings at restaurants like
The Good Egg and Rosa’s Thai Cafe. Many restaurants, bars and cafes will also be making a conscious effort to reduce the use of single-use plastic products as part of the new Blue Turtle sustainability scheme, created in collaboration with ocean conservation organisation Project O.
Bone Daddies at Chibakiya
Following the success of their Nagi Ramen takeover at Bone Daddies Bond Street, the much-loved ramen restaurant will be welcoming the Chibakiya team from Tokyo for a week-long pop-up this September. There will be four ramen dishes to choose from, alongside Bone Daddies poke, mocha, snacks and drinks.