No Mars bar required. Just a guess, but you’re probably a bit busy, right?. But it doesn’t have to be that way! That’s why we’re advocating change. We’re pushing for fruitful fun. We’ll see you all at the daft o’clock rave.
2-page interview. Non-Londoners don’t really get our towpaths and riverbanks. They can’t see the beauty in our grimy waters. But we know better. Where else can you sit in dappled sunlight, amid floating cinemas and inflated purple cows, drinking a perfect flat white and watching a pigeon murder a dirty burger?.
But if our quest for the city’s best bars taught us anything, it’s that getting drunk isn’t the point. In fact, Londoners have never been more discerning. The cosy boltholes are still there. · Caitlin Moran v Tine Out – Will she drink us under the table (again)?.
Living in London is a real marathon. So have a go at our alternative London marathon. It involves doughnuts and mummified eels. And it’s a lot easier on your knees than the real one. · The alternative marathon – No training required: we’ve set out 26 and a bit unmissable events, activities, exhibitions and eats to race through this spring.
You don’t have to be a Jamie Oliver to eat well. We want the world on a plate. Now we’re really cooking. · Jamie Oliver – Chow to win friends and influence people. · Leave a tip – The best pizza in London?.