Showing posts from August, 2018

The Eve Experience : A female Inspired Resaturant in Lagos (Review)

I finally put up my first restaurant review after months of contemplation ( this thought was first initiated after the bloggers cookout hosted by Samantha's Bistro HERE )  on starting a restaurant review / hotel exploration  section of the blog.

I came across the eve restuarant (a female inspired restaurant) through a friend who wanted us to hangout there for dinner and karoke saying it's the hub for female entrepreneurs, and a lifestyle platform created to enhance  networking, business development via the female centric events and workshops at the resturant. 
The eve resturant is located at 234B Areola Odeku street, Victoria Island, Lagos (Same compound as Escape night club).

Walking into the Eve resturant, for the first time was like  walking into a sensuous haven . The ambience was cozy and warm with good aesthetics, the red and black decor gave it a romantic setting . I also like the fact that the resturant is female inspired with empowering words and  pictures of women …


Recently I attended the Sao and the muse 3 event and all i can say is i was awed by the level of creativity showcased by young Nigerian artists who spend time in their own unique ways , creating art in it's many forms.

Sao and the muse is an annual art event , a creative's haven with diverse medium and bodies of work . The event is currently in it's third year, and it was held from August 3 - 5th , at  Sao cafe, Lagos. It was my first time attending and I would say it's different from other art exhibitions I have been to. There was a relaxed atmosphere enabling guests not to only see art but engage with it.

This year exhibition themed "Collaboration Era"  explores the power of artists eith diverse mediums coming together to create out of the box art,  and below are the exhibiting artists and their installations for this year's Sao and the muse.


Ulo is a post modern art installation by Popartti ( urban…