| Emily Weall

Bite Size News: This Week’s Previews

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 opening of Cuba’s newest 5-Star Hotel, the Foodie Festival coming to Alexandra Palace, the Dinner with Opera evening at The Ritz and the Liberty X Mary Portas Pop-Up Shop for Save The Children

Foodie Festival

The Foodie Festival returns to London’s Alexandra Palace this month and features an array of celebrity chefs, including the latest winner of the Great British Bake Off – Candice Brown. As well as this the festival also has an eclectic range of live music over the bank holiday weekend as well as different food and drink pop ups, including a giant Pimms teapot!

Dinner and Opera at the Ritz

The Ritz Hotel, one of London’s most iconic institutions, is hosting an exclusive evening of world-class fine dining and opera from some of the world’s best singers. Kick off your evening with champagne and canapes and then move to on four glorious courses of food with perfectly matched wines – picked by Executive Chef, John Williams, MBE and Head Sommelier Giovanni Ferlito.

Liberty & Mary Portas’ pop-up for Save The Children

Classic British department store Liberty will be playing host to Mary Portas’ ‘Mary’s Living & Giving Shops’ in association with Save The Children.

The pop-up will be selling designer and high-end clothing, jewellery, footwear and accessories that have been donated by models and socialites, with Poppy Delevingne, Adwoa Aboah and Laura Bailey to name a few.

Gran Hotel Manzana Opens in Havana, Cuba.

Cuba’s newest and most luxurious five-star hotel has opened in the heart of Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We recommend the Suite Presidential Lorca, which offers breathtaking views of the city skyline, as well as spacious living for guests. There are plenty of bars and restaurants to chose from, including the stunning El Surtidor Pool Terrace & Bar, with stunning panoramic views and a great range of cocktails and tapas made using local ingredients.

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