The U.K. Labour Party named former London mayor Ken Livingstone as its candidate to run against Conservative incumbent Boris Johnson in 2012.
What draws chefs to the City, hub of Europe’s multibillion-dollar financial-services industry?
I think that’s Joan Collins sitting at the next table. She’s not attracting much attention.
Keith McNally is the darling of the New York restaurant scene, feted for establishments such as Minetta Tavern and Balthazar, which he created in 1997.
“How was the restaurant?” the taxi driver asked after we pulled away from Balthazar, the large and buzzy celebrity brasserie that has just opened in London.
Six chefs from around the world are each to cook in London for one night only in a weeklong series of gastronomic meals in the eastern district of Bethnal Green.
Around 400 cases of wine, worth an estimated 1 million pounds ($1.63 million), were stolen from a warehouse in London and two men have been arrested so far, police said.