Five Foodie-Friendly Nashville Happy Hour Spots

If you’re thirsty (and hungry) for a great happy hour in Nashville, have no fear. There are plenty of places to whet your whistle (and eat your fill of good food) while having a great time (not hard to do in Nashville!). Here are my top five recommendations.

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Dublin: Beer, Wine and Joyce

Here are some highlights from a far too short but nonetheless fantastic weekend bumbling around Dublin. It's an ideal city for just such urban meanders. My only regret was having to catch a flight back to London for work Monday morning. I could definitely spend lots more time strolling along the River Liffey and well beyond in search of the perfect Guinness. Cheers!

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Raw Wine Festival Returns to London

Coming to London next month is RAW, a “totally independent” wine fair created and organized by “Crazy FrenchWoman” and the first French female Master of Wine, Isabelle Legeron. The two-day fair celebrates natural wines from around the world that, as Isabelle puts it, are “authentic expressions of place” and the “polar opposites of industrialized, big-brand, manufactured, nothing-but-alcoholic-grape-juice wines, that use imagery and suggestion to sell a product."

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Argentina Meets East London at Cambalache

“Cambalache” is the Spanish word for “bazaar” but can also be used to describe something exciting and full of contrasts. Bringing the best of Argentina to London, a new event lined up for one April evening in East London's ever buzzing quarter of Dalston promises a “totally immersive experience celebrating the culture of Argentina,” a cambalache if you will to reflect the passion, complexity and contraditions of Argentine culture. Called Cambalache – One Night in Argentina, the festive happening will include art, music, food and of course plenty of great wine.

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Sophisticated Indian Flavours at Zaika Restaurant, London

Sumptuously situated within a grade 2 listed, late Gothic revival Victorian building with high carved ceilings, massive windows and plenty of original architectural features – a visit to upscale Indian restaurant, Zaika, is a feast for the eyes. That's great, of course – a truly marvellous setting. Comfy too – and complemented by some of the most gracious and attentive service I've come across in London! But if you know me then you know I was there for more literal feasting. I'm happy to report that dishes during my recent visit were as attractively presented as the setting and taste just as gorgeous.

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