We might walk pass numerous pubs every day without giving any thought as to the incredible history of these iconic British institutions. One such example is the glorious pub, The Elgin in Ladbroke Grove
LASSCO Bar & Dining must be one of the most unusual venue spaces you will find in London. The LASSCO (London Architectural Salvage and Supply Company) Ropewalk warehouse stores all types of reused and salvaged items.
Trinity Arms very much falls into the category of a hidden gem, being tucked away in a quiet suburban square of Brixton; although it is actually just a short walk from Brixton high street
Yes you've read this right: there is genuinely a restaurant/bar which is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
Having sauntered around some sky-high venues around central London recently, I can very positively say Sky Garden is up there with the very best.
Galvin HOP is defined as a Pub Deluxe by their owners, but what does this mean? Is this the French definition of a gastropub?
In the interest of total transparency, I must hold my hands up and admit I’m a total football layman… well, more of a football moron really. I know absolutely nothing at all about our nation’s favourite sport other then it involves a ball, a pitch, well-paid players and hordes of extremely passionate fans so, admittedly, it was with some trepidation that I headed East to Café Football.
Named like a 70s soft rock band and serving up an array of fabulous British dishes from land and sea, The Jones Family Project is making fine use of a prime location at 78 Great Eastern Street.
Trip Space, a multi-functional cultural space beneath the railway arches of Haggerston have played host to a seriously eclectic array of events and activities covering everything from Contemporary Choreography and Acro Yoga through to Contact Improvisation though to my knowledge, never have their permanent offerings tasted so good.