The Jet Set Gazette is all about living a life of luxury, regardless of how much money you have or where you come from. Being a Jet Setter quite simply involves refusing to live an unfulfilling life and making the most of the rich array of activities London has to offer. Welcome to the Jet Set Gazette.
With rotisserie chicken making its way across the London gastro circle, Clockjack Oven is a new addition to the growing chicken scene in the city. Inspired by Tudor cooking, as represented by the name, founders Jerry Goldberg and Fraser Duncan have meticulously researched cooking methods and sourced a rotisserie that is one of its kind in the country.
Between 1920 and 1933, there was a national ban in the United States on the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcohol. The jet-setting party-goers of the 1920s were facing a crisis; how could they engage in frivolous debauchery?