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We've searched Canary Wharf for the top three places to dine and drink throughout the day so you don't have to.
The temperature was struggling to rise above freezing as the fog swirled in and dusk approached - not the sort of day to hang around a remote hillside in deepest France.
But if what you're after is worth its weight in gold a little bad weather is a small sacrifice.
The restoration of the Cutty Sark moved a step closer after the tea clipper's masts were raised for the first time in over four years.
The three masts were erected over the weekend on the Greenwich landmark, has been closed since November 2006, is due to be reopened by The Queen next spring after a £50million conservation project.
It might seem a long way off but Christmas is only six weeks away so it's a good time to start thinking about everything that needs to be done.
Ruining the turkey is a perennial nightmare for most cooks at Christmas but chef Jean-Christophe Novelli has a foolproof way to ensure the Christmas bird comes out of the oven done to a turn.
There's nothing cheesy about the latest planned addition to Canary Wharf's food offer - apart from what it sells.
Upmarket mozzarella bar Obika is set to open in the West Wintergarden later this year. It specialises in recipes based on Mozzarella di Bufala Campana.