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The Streetlife Museum down the High Street gives us a glimpse into everyday life over the last 200 years.
Published: Tuesday 17th January 2017
Every year or so a new craze comes along, and right now it seems to be dessert restaurants. With everything from the timeless Knickerbocker Glory to entirely new creations very much in fashion, people have ample opportunity to indulge their sweet tooth.
Published: Thursday 12th January 2017
Ambiente Tapas is one of the Fruit Market’s stylish new eateries, serving up a taste of the Mediterranean. Located at 5 Humber Street, we visited to sample a few dishes.
Published: Tuesday 10th January 2017
The little purple and yellow place nestled next to the bridge on Newland Avenue is Lydia’s, a cake shop where customers can buy a sweet treat and relax. It’s also a hive for meeting likeminded people at various groups and events, which are held there regularly. We popped in for a chat with the owner, Lydia Coyle, to discuss all things sweet and chocolatey. Can you tell us a little bi...
Published: Monday 9th January 2017
Tapasya opened their first restaurant on Beverley Road back in 2013, offering diners a chance to experience high quality Indian cuisine. Since then, they have expanded their empire to the newly renovated Fruit Market.
Published: Thursday 22nd December 2016
Afternoon Tea is always a lovely experience. If you haven’t had one before, you receive a three-tier stand filled with finger sandwiches, pastries, cakes and a scone, along with endless pots of tea.
Published: Tuesday 20th December 2016
St Stephen’s has hosted a variety of high-street names since it opened in 2007. In recent months, previously unused units have suddenly been kitted out to present everything from Gravity Trampoline Parks to Fun Station, which opens this Saturday.
Published: Monday 12th December 2016
With the regeneration of the Fruit Market and Humber Street not quite finished, there are many people in Hull who might not yet know about Nibble. As soon as the area is fully open for business again, which should only be a matter of weeks, I imagine that this small yet perfectly formed eatery will become even more popular.
Published: Thursday 8th December 2016
Situated at Hull Marina, just a stone’s throw from the bustling streets of the city centre, 1884 Wine and Tapas is the perfect spot to treat your taste buds to Mediterranean morsels. With a frequently changing menu, the stylish eatery serves a wide range of delicious Spanish cuisine, from meatballs and fillet steak, to the more adventurous pigeon breast and mussels. The views of the glisteni...
Published: Thursday 29th September 2016
Fed’n’Watered is Hull’s very own community café: a place to recharge and meet up with friends, family and work colleagues. Serving everything from freshly brewed coffee, savoury snacks and hot meals to delicious Italian gelato, it’s the ideal spot to take a break and set yourself up for the rest of the day. The best part is that they are open Monday-Saturday 7am-10pm and Sundays 9am-10pm...
Published: Wednesday 28th September 2016
It’s hard to believe that any adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book can beat the cartoon version from the 1960s, with its swinging tunes and groove-dancing animals. However, this year’s movie release, also by Disney, is in my opinion even more gripping, heartfelt and satisfying.
Published: Thursday 12th May 2016
I went to the Hull City Hall showing of Johann Strauss’ operetta Die Fledermaus with the sum of my opera experience being R. Kelly’s hip-hopera “Trapped in the Closet” (and of course, the subsequent Weird Al parody).
Published: Friday 15th April 2016
Actress Lizzie Stables is perhaps best known for playing Jay’s girlfriend Chloe in much-loved E4 sitcom The Inbetweeners.
Published: Wednesday 30th March 2016
Hull’s independent fashion boutiques are thriving right now, with many scattered across Newland Avenue, Holderness Road and Chanterlands Avenue. I took a trip to one of Hull’s most-loved independent boutique; Filthy Gorgeous on Holderness Road.
Published: Tuesday 8th March 2016
I was taken as a plus-one to see a musical with a friend. Excited by the fact that I had not been to a show in forever, I could not wait to find out what it was all about. I also did not look into what I was going to see, wanting to leave it all a surprise, which could have gone very badly; thankfully, it didn’t.
Published: Sunday 28th February 2016
After wowing foodies up and down the country, Shoot The Bull have taken up permanent residence in the kitchen of The Old House.
Published: Thursday 25th February 2016
CoCo Couture Nail and Beauty Bar is a relatively new arrival on Newland Avenue. The salon was opened in May 2015 by 24-year-old Shanice Bulman, when she could no longer keep up with the demand for the unique bedazzled creations she created in her East Hull living room.
Published: Tuesday 23rd February 2016
In the mood for home cooked food with a continental twist, we recently visited The Brief for a satisfying lunch. This small and inviting cafe bar is situated along the quiet cobbles of Manor Street, which turns off Alfred Gelder Street and merges into The Land of Green Ginger (home to the smallest window in England). A family-run business hidden in plain sight, The Brief is a fantastic pla...
Published: Tuesday 12th January 2016