The ex-roadie barman is a bit of a ledge in the Nick, although i offended him once by offering to buy him a beer..,. go figure.
That's a good shout about the hipster angle, or just bang some grindcore on for a whole separate market.
I have done courses at City Lit and they are very good for beginners but i have always outgrown them quite quickly.
I am not talking about DIY here but language and different IT courses and they are all aimed at beginners in my opinion.
I have hea…
Funny you say that @Arkady because i thought he was bigger but he does sleep in that very unique way of covering his eyes with his paws, he is in very good nick considering he must be about 38.
Funnily enough i was in Brick Lane yesterday and the whole strip of Indian restaurants does look completely tired \ dated, the Streetfood stalls were much busier.
The Pride of Spitalfields is still looking resplendent, as is the cat.
I like the guy in Dhonia, he said that to me as well, I think it is too heavy a food for people on a night out now there are lighter options around like Thai.
It is a throwback in there like the one at Hornsey, I know people that are snobbish aroun…
If you want something different try Max's Sandwich Shop.
The White Lion is good for gin spritz type cocktails.
12 Pins is good for some afternoon sun and Dotori is opposite, not been in Dotori since it reopened but it is still reassuringly rammo…
My rates (or rateable value) under Camden used to be very cheap despite being in The City, i also got a 50% discount on top for only having one premises.
I was talking to someone who has a restaurant in Epsom and they are charged £800 per month for…
No the festival is run by some musician type dude, I do know him but cannot remember his name, his misses actually found my dropped bank card once so Googled my company and rang me up to give it back to me... True story.