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Forget being beach-body ready, get barbecue ready. You will feel much better for it and you won’t be hungry... all the time!
Chef Scott Goss is looking for a natural way to bring high-quality hospitality to west Kent
Illustrated cans, spontaneous beer and bugs in the atmosphere, Tom Ingoldby talks to the crafty beer geeks at the Time and Tide brewery in Deal
From grinds to rinds - extreme sport’s loss, is the Macknade Butchery’s gain, writes Tom Ingoldby
We introduce you to Three Amigos and a bunch of bad desperados offering spicy solutions to your Mexican needs
Peter St Ange is bringing soul food, good music and ‘oneness’ to the Sea Café on the Green in Deal
‘cene’s resident drinks disciple Tom Ingoldby heads to the Twelve Taps in Whitstable to find out why craft remains casual despite the national notoriety
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The Summer edition of 'Out Of The Box', La Marzocco's coffee bonanza, heads to Tonbridge Castle, Tonbridge, Kent, this weekend.
Authentic handmade Neapolitan-style pizzas and vinyl on request at acclaimed Wye gastropub the Kings Head.
With demand for vegan cuisine continuing to grow, Shepherd Neame is delighted to announce that 12 of its flagship pubs will become the first in the UK to offer the Oumph! Burger.
The Libertines announce the first phase opening of ‘The Albion Rooms’
Macknade Fine Foods chief Stefano Cuomo celebrates the 40th anniversary of the renowned farm shop and talks about the future
Cliffs in Margate welcomes award-winning Bus Cafe grub in enticingly rustic revamp
Boutilliers Brewing to host craft beer festival “Generation Craft”
Tom Kerridge presents dishes from The Sportsman and others alongside music from Soul II Soul, Basement Jaxx, Will Young, and Rick Astley
Chefs Scott Goss, Robert Taylor, Bobby Brown, Will Devlin and Rob Marsh head to Hush Heath in Tonbridge
Bookings are now open at Dreamland’s brand new Mediterranean inspired restaurant, Café Barletta, which is now open.
The Royal Naval Reserve in Whitstable High Street has been trading since at least 1760 and is Grade II Listed.