Heist Bank Craft Beer Festival

Never had I ever been out in Paddington, but there are many things I will do for beer and pizza and venturing out to bars that are new to me is one of them. Here’s my review of Heist Bank. Heist Bank calls itself a “playground for grown ups” less than five minutes away from … More Heist Bank Craft Beer Festival

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London’s Twin Peaks bar is damn fine

“Diane, 6:30 p.m., August Twenty-eight. Entering the Twin Peaks pop-up, in a secret location in Farringdon. I have seen it before, but now it’s all different.” If you’re a Twin Peaks fan, the words: “The owls are not what they seem” will send shivers down your spine – and whether it’s fear or excitement, well, it’s difficult to … More London’s Twin Peaks bar is damn fine

Out in Camden: InSpiral, Ladies and Gentlemen and Jailbird review

Until some time ago, to me Camden meant selfie stick injuries and the worst years of my heavy metal poser phase. I avoided it like the plague, but then foodie spots, cocktails at Ladies & Gents and at Jailbird changed everything. First stop: vegan heaven InSpiral Lounge. A refreshing healthy version of a Mango Lassi … More Out in Camden: InSpiral, Ladies and Gentlemen and Jailbird review

The view from Frank’s Café in Peckham

London has plenty of spots that claim they will make you feel on top of the world. Nothing works as well, however, as Frank’s Café in Peckham. On the tenth floor of Peckham’s Multi-Story car park, Frank’s Café is a feast for the eyes on a sunny evening. The destination of choice of many London hipsters, … More The view from Frank’s Café in Peckham