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Tocco: New Italian Restaurant Set for December Launch

The name Tocco comes from "Il Tocco d'Italia", or The Touch of Italy. The restaurant blends the street food of Southern Italy with Venice's renowned cicchetti bars. With this in mind, diners can a wide selection of hand-made pizzas and cicchetti (comparable to tapas), all made in-house from scratch...

Ryan Smith & Stephen Caunter, Founders: No.1 Brasserie and Bar

The initial restrictions such as social distancing were a challenge when you take into account the size of the brasserie. We had to remove tables and ensure the spacing was correct, which left us with just six tables and limited covers...

5 Sports Venues You Should Visit in Bournemouth

Trying new sports can be a great opportunity to meet new people, improve your mental health and have fun. If you've not yet tried these unique sports, add these five spots to your post-lockdown to-do list...

Captain Cod: Giving Back to the Community

Much of Captain Cod's success over the past few months can be attributed to their app, launched earlier this year to facilitate deliveries and bring in more customers. The implementation of the app, according to Vicky, was recommended by a winner of Fish and Chips of the Year at Women in Fish and Chips - a new convention in Birmingham celebrating the achievements of female-owned chip shops...

Top 5 Noodle Restaurants in Bournemouth

For years, my knowledge of noodles only spanned from Super to Pot. It wasn’t until the eve of my 20s when I discovered the umami charm of udon and the tingling allure of spicy ramen. Ever since then, I have been on a mission to find the best noodles available on my doorstep...

£900K CRF Grant Secures Immediate Future for Lighthouse

A future for Lighthouse, Poole's Centre for the Arts, is secured. Today, they announced they are to receive a grant of £987,964 from the Cultural Relief Fund. This funding comes as part of the £1.57 billion designated by the government to help cultural and entertainment venues like Lighthouse, Poole...

Dylan’s Kitchen & Bar Reopens at Talbot Campus

This period of uncertainty is persisting. So we should take some comfort in venues feeling comfortable in reopening their doors. Dylan's Kitchen & Bar at Bournemouth University's Talbot Campus, for example, reopened this Monday. But like everywhere else, it can only stay open if they get business. Therefore, they're encouraging students to pay them visit...!

Review: Kala Thai, Bournemouth

On offer for us were an array of starter and entrée dishes, including two varieties of spring roll (made in-house, like all the other dishes), plus chicken and king prawn favourites. Spiciness ranged from the mild and savoury, to the chokingly peppery -- but nothing on there that any true Thai food lover can't handle. We only hope to return once they're open to try out some of their house specials -- the Weeping Tiger, a Thai-style steak, just sounds awesome...

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