Category Archive: Drink

LOVE: Last hurrah to London (Day 2)

Day 2 started well, with another epic lie in and hot cross buns in bed… After that we swung by the estate agents to drop off the tenancy agreement for our new tenants… Continue reading

DRINK: The Grafton, NW5

We were SO excited when this place opened. As real locals we’ve watched it turn from a miserable, wasted space with horrible carpets and cold empty corners, into a buzzing little venue that has… Continue reading

DRINK: Fruity ice tea

I love Lov Organic teas, they’re always really tasty and rich in flavour, made with lots of good things and no yucky addictives. This berry tea makes a healthy alternative to caffeine and… Continue reading

DRINK: Southampton Arms, Gospel Oak, NW5

Beers, ales, ciders and personality aplenty! Saturday evening, with the rain still lashing against the windows, we headed out to try out a local place that was new to us, but otherwise a well-known local… Continue reading

DRINK: Freemasons Arms, Hampstead Heath, NW3

DRINK: Another great watering hole we stumbled upon on our travels… …last weekend we spent most of Saturday wandering around Hampstead Heath, enjoying a few beers at The Flask in Highgate, and then… Continue reading

DRINK: White Horse, South End Green, NW3

There’s been a good level of PR surrounding this new opening, and much made of its new interior and food menu. This pub has had – personally – somewhat of a chequered past.… Continue reading

DRINK: Coco Momo, Marylebone, NW1

Good location, bad service. Where to draw the line? I’m in Marylebone a fair deal – and while that place does not want for a good restaurant or ten – (Providores, Orrery, L’Autre… Continue reading

BEYOND NW: Ascot Races

A clever idea at the races… …we went to Ascot last weekend, got dressed up all posh, enjoyed the sunshine, lost lots of money, all tried on some brilliant 50s style specs, and… Continue reading

DRINK: Parliament Hill Farmers Market, NW5

To market, to market… We love the local farmers market on Parliament Hill, and find ourselves there on most Saturday mornings, browsing the stalls for fresh fish, amazing artisan French breads, country pates and… Continue reading