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Nightjar

Local Tip Beware of the women's toilets - they're tiny! Queues are more than likely.

Local Tip

69 Colebrooke Row

Local Tip 69 CR is like a 1920s speakeasy i.e. it's fairly small inside. Get there early or, even better, make a booking. If your going with friends, bare in mind that larger groups might require some to stand while...

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The Hoxton Pony

Fluorescent and neon strip lighting gives the Hoxton Pony a futuristic glow throughout, and most of the chairs are more like leather cubes where they've been placed in the various seating areas that p more »

Virtual Tours

Tibits

Tibits is an amalgamation of healthy eating. A central food bar (or, as they call it, a 'food boat') runs (or is that sails?) through the middle of the main eating area and it's from here where you ca more »

London Photos

Portobello Road (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Portobello Road (Credit: Jamie Koster)

St Paul's Cathedral (Credit: Jamie Koster)

St Paul's Cathedral (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Royal Guard (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Royal Guard (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The Tower of London (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The Tower of London (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Borough Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Borough Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The V and A Museum (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The V and A Museum (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Houses of Parliament (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Houses of Parliament (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Regent Street (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Regent Street (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Oxford Street (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Oxford Street (Credit: Jamie Koster)

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