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October 16, 2014

Sashay, this way: A gay-owned London pizza restaurant will be experimenting with drag servers this weekend

Opened earlier this year, GB Pizza in London’s Exmouth Market is one of the UK capital’s funkiest new pizza restaurants.

June 27, 2013

Restaurant chain unveils special 'Pride' burgers with a donation being made to gay rights charity Stonewall

A restaurant chain has decorated its burger buns with the rainbow flag for charity.

The Diner covered the buns with the Pride colors in support of London Gay Pride 2013.

Replacing all of the restaurant’s standard burger buns for 24 hours, over 3,000 have been made in preparation for one of the biggest days in the UK gay calendar.

Chris Todd, Head of Operations, said: ‘At The Diner we are committed to supporting the eclectic and diverse London community.

March 28, 2013

Gay cabaret artists join forces to celebrate all things fat with beauty pageant Hamburger Queen

London cabaret acts, Amy Lamé and Scottee, have responded to a world where fat is under attack, mocking Miss America-style pageants with entertainment show, Hamburger Queen.

The gay duo explained in an interview with Beige Magazine, they were ‘sick of the negative portrayal of larger people’ and decided it was ‘time to celebrate more healthy role models in chub culture’.

July 9, 2012

GSN explores the outer borough of Queens for street meat, outdoor art and the gay rights struggle that came before Stonewall

New York is arguably one of the most popular cities in the world. Just try to count how many songs and libations are named after Manhattan.

However, New York City is technically made up of four other boroughs that are equally amazing as Manhattan: Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx and Staten Island.

Last month, hundreds of thousands of people around the world celebrated pride day, a global event celebrating the 1969 Stonewall riots of New York that ignited the state-side gay rights movement.

May 22, 2012

Win a £50 towards a meal for two at any UK YO! Sushi restaurant

The UK's popular sushi restaurant is celebrating Queen Elizabeth's 60th year on the throne with a commemorative plate and a special desert.

While the festivities have generated less buzz in other countries the Queen nominally rules, pretty much everyone in Britain is royally excited about the diamond jubilee celebrations.

Monarchists are getting ready to doff their caps to Her Majesty and republicans are hoping the sunshine will last because most Brits get to enjoy a four-day weekend, thanks to a celebratory public holiday.

February 29, 2012

Utensils for everyday life get a much needed novelty sparkle

My kitchen is incredibly dull. After all, there’s only so much stainless steel you can take.

When you’re slaving away washing the pots and pans among the soap bubbles, a different sponge can make all the difference.

That’s why GSN is in love with Noki’s new products, especially a washing-up sponge featuring our very own diva.

Wearing an elegant designer (we’re pretty sure) red dress, bold silver sunglasses and an amazing afro, this sponge will be the star of your sink.

February 15, 2012

Go on a Mexican food odyssey in the colonial city of Oaxaca and chow down on spicy grasshoppers, chocolate and mole

Mexico’s culinary credits may include cheesy enchiladas, tequila and spicy tacos, but I never saw grasshoppers on the menu at my local Tex-Mex restaurant.

But the crunchy anthropods are indeed a ubiquitous delicacy on the streets of Oaxaca (pronounced Wa-hah-ca), Mexico’s laid back colonial city in the south of the Latin American country.

January 6, 2012

Simon Doonan's Gay Men Don't Get Fat divides food into gay or straight.

Have you piled on the pounds after the Christmas and New Year holidays? Then you probably weren’t following Simon Doonan’s ‘gay diet’.

The New York Observer columnist’s latest book, Gay Men Don’t Get Fat, is a tongue-in-cheek guide to eating the gay way, which, according to Doonan, involves eating lighter, low carb and less fatty foods.

December 1, 2011
The unloved home of the Euro has Germany's best museums outside Berlin.
Frankfurt-am-Main, home to the German and European central banks is about as unloved as the Euro at the moment. And a great big € symbol dominates the heart of the financial district. But beyond the corporate offices, Frankfurt is a surprisingly liveable city with good shopping and Germany's best selection of museums outside Berlin.