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The Menu, 150

Friday 29 August

MAD4 Symposium special: we are in Copenhagen to speak to the most interesting chefs, food producers and thinkers, who all attended the annual event spearheaded by Noma's René Redzepi.

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The Menu, 149

Friday 22 August

We hear about a new concept in Milan that blurs the lines between traditional Italian restaurants and after-hours bars, meet restaurant critic and food writer Jay Rayner to shoot down myths about good food, and visit Sin…

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Issue Promo 76

August 2014

Prepare to be inspired: for issue 76 of Monocle magazine we bring you our annual entrepreneurs guide - exploring the rise of a new generation of entrepreneurs and what it takes to build a successful business – [available…

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The Menu, 148

Friday 15 August

We revisit the Science of Taste Symposium that took place in Copenhagen, dig up a Torontonian restaurant that uses soil as an ingredient and check in on the latest airplane-food innovations.

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The Menu, 147

Friday 8 August

Chef Paul Liebrandt tells us about his new restaurant in Brooklyn, The Elm, journalist Will Hawkes swings by the studio armed with a round of brews to tell us about the London Beer City festival, we head to Seattle to…

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The Menu, 146

Friday 1 August

We are in Vienna to meet three sisters who want to challenge Austrian baking traditions, get of the latest on London’s cold-brew coffee front, and visit one of the most successful hop farms in upstate New York.

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The waiting game

Wednesday 30 July

Booking a busy London restaurant table often requires patience but the current trend of doing away with bookings overall is not helping. Monocle’s Josh Fehnert explains why the wait leaves a bad taste in the mouth.

Turning up to an exclusive restaurant and bagging a table without a booking was once the preserve of the powerful. Now, however, a new generation of restaurants are shunning the time-tested system of making reservations in…

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The Menu, 145

Friday 25 July

Portland special: We meet the people who make up the food-and-drink scene in Oregon’s most populous city, including Camas Davis, founder of Portland Meat Collective, the recent James Beard Award winner Naomi Pomeroy of…

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City Crops

July 2014

As cities fill up with more and more people, urban farming is becoming a crucial element of sustainable living. Monocle visits food entrepreneurs in Cape Town, London and Singapore who are exploring new ways of cultivating…

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