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You don’t need to go to Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – whether you’re Irish or not, we all love to celebrate this holiday! It’s the best holiday to spend with your friends, having a laugh and a drink or two! So, join the rest of the capital by taking part in one of the many festivities that London has going on to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. To make it that bit easier we’ve selected what we think are the best ways to have a great time in the city this St. Patrick’s Day.

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London has herbivores covered, with more and more places popping up throughout the big city to cater for the FADs, animal lovers and health conscious amongst us. Sometimes it can be tricky to find places which stick to only a veg menu but, at the same time, would you want just a veg-friendly place if you’re eating with non-veggie friends? That decision is yours, below we’ve rounded up a selection of options for you lovely veggies (or non-veggies!) to enjoy. From eating to drinking, to sweet treats and groceries, we have you covered. 

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London Line Up: March

Spring is fast approaching so we can look forward to London brightening up (maybe just a little bit!), which means it’s time to start getting out and embracing the British weather. Not to mention, we have lots of celebrating to do this month with St Patrick’s Day and Mother’s Day coming up. We’re in the know about some great events happening this March and we’re here to share them with you. It’s time to get out and have some fun!

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WOW: Women of the World Festival
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Top Five: Noodle Bars

We are noodle obsessed at the moment here at London Living, simply because the options are endless. You can choose to go healthy and opt for a noodle salad, or go for warmth and comfort with a noodle soup, plus so much more. This week we’ve hand-selected only the best places that serve noodles in the capital for you to visit, from Chinese to Vietnamese to Thai. Prepare for your noodle obsession to take over!

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Salvation in Noodles
122 Balls Pond Rd, Islington, N1 4AE 

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Duck Duck Goose (DDG) has recently opened its doors at Pop Brixton. The Cantonese restaurant is brought to life by both the food and the décor, inspired by retro Hong Kong cafes and meat shops. Expect to find lots of deliciously cooked BBQ and roasted meats, steamed fish and traditional dishes turned upside down. If you haven’t stepped into the Asian enthused cubby yet then get yourself down there!  

DDG1Image: Duck Duck Goose

Duck Duck Goose was founded and curated by Chef Oli Brown. The restaurant marks his first …

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