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Drink Food

Best Bottomless Brunch Derby and Derbyshire

Bottomless brunch is the new night out! Swerve the big corporate chains and support a lovely, local, independent business. Here’s the pick of the most fabulous places for bottomless brunch in Derby and Derbyshire. Enjoy! Bottomless brunch Derby Bottomless Sundays and champagne breakfast at Seven Restaurant & Café Bar, Pride Park, Derby On Sundays, enjoy […]

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Food

The Hunloke Arms, Chesterfield REVIEW

I’ve been to The Hunloke Arms in Wingerworth on the outskirts of Chesterfield a few times over the years. It’s usually good but never quite been perfect in my eyes. I would only ever recommend somewhere that I truly love… so it hasn’t been featured much on my blog, despite it being a really popular […]

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Days out Food Local businesses

Why I Love Haddon Hall Artisan Market

The seasonal Haddon Hall artisan market is a regular feature at this stunning period property. For full transparency, a year ago I received gifted entry to Haddon’s late summer Mercatum. We enjoyed it so much that we have returned to every market since as paying customers – and I haven’t received any incentive for writing […]

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Food

The Best Places to Eat Derbyshire Oatcakes

What are Derbyshire oatcakes? A local delicacy, Derbyshire oatcakes date back to the 17th century. They are similar to a pancake (the thin crepe sort – not the fluffy American style) or a wheat tortilla in in both shape and texture. They are round (about the size of a side plate), soft and pliable. They […]

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Food

The Bluebell South Wingfield REVIEW

The Bluebell South Wingfield had been on my radar for a while. I knew it was owned and run by the same people who run the magnificent Stones in Matlock so was intrigued as to how that would translate to a pub setting. We finally got to visit for the first time at the weekend […]

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Food

Bustler Market Derby – is it worth the big queue?

Bustler is Derby’s much loved street food market, hosting a regularly changing selection of drool worthy street food vendors. Live DJ sets and a hipster, industrial vibe make for a great atmosphere. But does it warrant the huge queue? [AD – PR invite – our food and drinks were gifted but these views are my […]

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Food

The Bottle Kiln West Hallam REVIEW

The Bottle Kiln in West Hallam is one of the loveliest places to have a relaxing al fresco lunch or coffee and catch up. Their expansive gift/lifestyle shops will have you lusting after all sorts of lovely things you really want (and probably don’t need). It’s the perfect place for gifts or to treat yourself. […]

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Food

The Coolstone, Eyam REVIEW

[AD – PR invite – but views entirely my own] The Coolstone, Eyam is a wonderful day to night time restaurant, bar and coffee shop nestled around an attractive, historic courtyard next to Eyam Hall. Proudly independent, The Coolstone, Eyam prides itself on expert knowledge whether that’s the professional mixologist whipping up cocktails at the […]

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Food

Aqua Garden Kitchen REVIEW – Derbyshire’s newest pop-up restaurant

[AD – PR invite] I was gifted this experience in exchange for a review. However, all opinions are entirely my own. I was kindly invited to Aqua Garden’s very first pop-up dining event which was held at S17 Coffee Shop and Bistro in the Bradway area of Sheffield. I really wasn’t sure what to expect. […]

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Food

60+ Dog Friendly Places to Eat in Derbyshire

Here’s the ultimate edit of dog friendly places to eat in Derbyshire according to people in the know. No faceless chains; just lovely, local, independents.