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London: The Ivy – new restaurants with no booking necessary

Richard Caring’s Caprice Holdings are opening two new sister restaurants where 40 per cent of the tables will be kept free for walk-in diners

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The Ivy has the reputation as one of the hardest places in London to get a reservation. But it is set to get easier as the restaurant empire expands with two more venues where diners will not even have to book.

The original West End restaurant,  owned by Richard Caring’s Caprice Holdings and famous for star guests ranging from Kate Moss and Elton John to Rita Ora and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, reopened this year after a six-month refurbishment.

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Read the full story at The Evening Standard by Lizzie Edmonds and Danny Buckland  



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