Every week, The Sybarite collates its pick of the hottest luxury lifestyle news into bite size chunks. In this week’s edition, we cover The 69th Primetime Emmys, Wringer & Mangle and Hopper’s opening their second restaurants in London and Australian cult doughnut store Doughnut Time announcing the launch of their first UK Store on Shaftesbury Avenue next month.
Hopper’s arrives at St Christopher’s Place
After the success of the SoHo restaurant, Hopper’s have headed to St Christopher’s Place. Head down for traditional Sri Lankan food with a modern twist in this stunning location. Enjoy the short eats and snacking menu, or go all out and head down with a group of friends and indulge in the feasting menu.
Wringer and Mangle open 2nd restaurant
2 years after the opening of the first Wringer and Mangle in Hackney, they have now expanded and moved to Aldgate and are continuing on the legacy of impeccable bottomless prosecco brunches. On Sundays, you will be able to get a roast dinner, which is accompanied by Pigs in Blankets on the side – which is imperative to a classic roast dinner! The mix of retro and mismatched furniture and modern artwork and photography make Wringer and Mangle one of the hottest and most instagrammable breakfast haunts.
Doughnut time announce Shaftesbury Avenue location
Australian cult Doughnut Time has announced the opening of its new London flagship store on Shaftesbury Avenue. With a new menu each week it is certain not to disappoint and withy quirky names such as Oreana Grande (it’s mega sized and comes loaded with Oreos) and the Slim Shady (topped with M&M’s)
The 69th Primetime Emmys
On Sunday, the 96th Primetime Emmys were hosted by Stephen Colbert and led to some big wins from Big Little Lies and The Handmaid’s Tale. Also picking up awards were Donald Glover for his work on Atlanta, Saturday Night Live and Veep