We were a little late to Saturday’s Crafternoon Cabaret, held this month in the Oak Room of Covent Garden’s Old Hospital Club. The room was already full of people, both men and women, old and young; a surprising mix considering I was expecting mostly student-age ladies sporting Cath Kidston scrunchies.
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Emily Gibson / Dates, Eat, Impulse Friendly, Indoors, Mates, ££ / barbecue, burgers, cheap eats, dining, dinner, eating out, lunch, Marylebone, restaurant reviews, restaurants, west London / 1 Comment
The trend for upmarket American BBQ is showing no sign of stopping, which suits me just fine. It’s delicious, meaty and generally inexpensive, although certainly not the choice for anyone even remotely health-conscious. Unfortunately, it can be hard to pick out the decent restaurants from London’s ever-sprawling meatscape, where lots of places concentrate more on […]
All-you-can-eat macarons and martinis sounds like quite a good deal, at least until you realise that the most macarons anyone can possibly eat without being sick is about five (which is why, of course, they’re usually so diddy). The number of martinis one can reasonably consume in an afternoon is significantly more however, so James […]
Emily Gibson / Chill, Dates, Do, Impulse Friendly, Mates, Outdoors, £ / Dalston, east london, hidden gems, locals, picnics, quirky, quirky dates, secret, shoreditch, things to do, unusual, volunteering / 8 Comments
On Sunday I ran down to Columbia Road’s famous flower market, but on the way home I went a different way. I have a very, very short attention span, and if I don’t switch routes up I get bored and start focusing on my thighs, which wobble violently with every flat-footed slap of the pavement. […]
I haven’t posted too much recently because I’m on a mission to eat a bit less and move around a bit more, partly in anticipation of the impending party season with all its fatladen festivities, and partly because my liver was beginning to resemble meatloaf. Or possibly Meatloaf.