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Introducing the Stylist Supper Club

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If the torrential rain has scuppered your hopes of a barbecue summer, Stylist is on hand to help brighten things up.

We’re launching our first ever Stylist Supper Club which will give 31 readers the chance to dine out at some of the country’s best restaurants every evening throughout August, then test their skills as a restaurant critic by writing a review of their evening which will be published on stylist. co.uk, the very next morning.

And this is more than a margherita and house red affair; we’ve got some amazing restaurants involved – including Marcus Wareing’s The Gilbert Scott in London, Lasan in Birmingham and Michael Caines at ABode in Glasgow.

SO HOW DOES IT WORK?

Each restaurant supper for two is available on an allotted day between 1-31 August, and you will have from 8am-4pm the day before to answer a question online for your chance to win a night out for you and a friend. You’ll then write and file your restaurant review which will go live on our website the next day. Visit stylist.co.uk/supperclub for full details of the competitions and restaurants taking part, and start planning your gastronomic hitlist.

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