Setting up a large table for family and friends and sampling traditional Italian recipes was all before we opened The Grapevine, an Italian restaurant on Old Street. To keep your focus more on the eating than cooking, we invite you to our humble abode for the last memorable dinner of 2020!
Valentine’s Day chiefly serves as a reminder of how important it is to keep the spark of romance alive in our relationships – and as the day approaches, every starry-eyed lover is getting ready to indulge their Valentine in a romantic celebration.
But what, exactly, is Italy’s food culture? At The Grapevine, one of the best Italian restaurants in Shoreditch, we’re proud to bring you the authentic Italian cuisine with a ravishing spin into the heart of Londoners. So in this post, we’d like to take you deep into the insights of what makes Italian food culture as magical and passionate as it is.
For people who grew up down the street from their local library, have spent a lot of childhood there, either hidden away in the stacks reading books, using the internet to access Myspace or meeting up with friends and class fellows to work on school projects.
Christmas is an exclusive time for turkey-laden feasts, stuffed croquettes, mulled wine and more chocolate selection boxes than you can dream about. But for those who love to throw parties, this season’s fanciness multiplies by a hundred.
Most intellectuals and business people pride themselves on being renegades and going against the grain. But it won’t be fair by any means to allow your desire to be different, keeping you from enjoying the books everyone else is reading and praising.