Coffee & Tea
Large, airy space with a roastery on the ground floor. Buzzy atmosphere at all hours of the day. Beautiful fit out, with a living wall at the back. Incredible coffee and friendly baristas.
Large, airy space with a roastery on the ground floor. The food is great, and there's a central kitchen so you can see the chefs at work.
Small but perfectly formed antique market nestled on an Islington side street. The main stalls are there Wednesdays and Saturdays.
London branch of the Manchester clothing brand. Great clothing, with some exclusive lines.
American-Italian food from the team behind Polpo and Mishkins. Hard-ish to find as there's no signage, and there's often a queue, but its well worth it. Try the lobster mac and cheese.
Iconic British restaurant run by Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver. The restaurant was the catalyst for the global offal trend, but its so much more than that; simple presentation of food with big flavour. Try the bone marrow.
An upstairs cocktail bar, twinned with Jason Atherton's Social Eating House below. Beautiful cocktails - a touch of Nightjar's prohibition but less of a pastiche.
Small and weathered Soho pub, that only serves beer in half pints. Has a good wine selection, and offers a quaffable french cider by the bottle.
The oldest music hall in the world, nestled in a back street in the east end.
A stone's throw away from Borough Market, this 19th century operating theatre was only rediscovered in the last few decades. Interesting experience - it's worth staying on to see the curator's demonstration.
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