FHM Media Doors reveals top venues

This autumn, we asked Media Week's style-savvy readers to vote for their favourite places in London and throughout the UK to eat, drink, party and shop.

Categories in the FHM 100 Media Doors list include those places best suited to schmoozing a client, celebrate an account win or even nurse that morning-after hangover.

The definitive list also includes the insiders' tips on where to buy that all-important "dress to impress" outfit and the most important guest lists to get your name onto.

The voter who proved himself to be the most clued-up character was Le'Nise Brothers, an account manager at MindShare, who has won an HDTV and exclusive FHM party invites for his efforts.

The agency that came top when it came to casting the most votes was, for the second year running, Carat.

The winning venues will all be revealed in the FHM 100 Media Doors booklet, distributed with the first issue of Media Week next year, so look out for it on 9 January.

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