Welcome to the Me:Mo press round-up! It’s that time of the week again when we get to look back and reflect on all the work we’ve done for our lovely clients. And what a treat to get to do it for this week! We’ve had a new launch, outreach for a luxury steak meal-at-home kit, and our ongoing work for one of London’s most iconic department stores who recently announced something rather exciting… See below to find out more!

First off, we had the announcement of our brilliant new client, Brix, who will be bringing the Brooklyn vibes to Bankside with an epic new restaurant and late-night bar. Expect American comfort food with a twist with items like the Badboi Burger, Oxtail doughnuts and hemp and cauliflower burger! Hot Dinners got a ‘hot’ exclusive which followed some amazing new opening coverage in Dine Out MagazineThe Caterer and Square MealSecret London even named it as one of its ‘Things to do This Weekend’!

Throwing us back to the days of meal kits and cooking at home, Six by Nico has announced a brand new cook-at-home kit to help us regular folk make restaurant-quality steak. Sounds like a win and a guaranteed way to impress your loved ones, Stylist.

Our final stop on today’s round-up is the one and only Harrods who recently announced that their opening up their beautiful Dining Hall for late-night dining! The press team even got a chance to enjoy the Sushi Bar themselves, and we would *highly* recommend. The past week, Harrods has gained some amazing coverage from MetroHardensbites and Retail Gazette. Expect more exciting news (and coverage!) from Harrods coming shortly.

A short and sweet round-up of some of our highlights from the past week! If you’d like to know more about how you could get your business growing and buzz like Brix, Six by Nico and Harrods – don’t hesitate to pop us a message!

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