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Dehesa, 25 Ganton Street, London W1

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Eggs Arlington

Serves 4

US names all 759 Guantanamo Bay prisoners

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Talking Jazz

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River Walk Grill, London

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Net Gains: Boom or bust

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Food & Drink: Bites: Al Fresco Dining

OUR WEATHER is as unpredictable as ever, but make the most of the late summer sunshine and eat outside this weekend.

The 50 Best: Cornwall - Having fun in and out of the sun

Wednesday's total eclipse will last a mere two minutes. Which will leave visitors plenty of time to explore all the other things Cornwall has to offer. So Nikki Spencer asked the experts where to watch the eclipse - and where to eat, swim and generally have fun once it's all over

Food and Drink: Bites BRUNCH

If you know which side your bread is buttered, drink a toast to brunch, that delicious elision of breakfast and lunch. Americans are always keen to "do brunch", so book early if you want to celebrate Independence Day tomorrow.

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Limehouse in east London may not be one of the capital's top destinations, but it boasts a colourful history and some luminous residents, past and present: including Francis Bacon, Sir David Lean, Steven Berkoff and Sir Ian McKellen.
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