bon vivant on a budget: G&T Happy Hour

Gin o'Clock

It started with a Tweet. This Tweet: Gin the name of #love ❤️Gin O’Clock all day on the 14th Feb at Brindisa Soho, all gins 8.5 with complimentary picoteo of manzanilla olives. pic.twitter.com/EfktKB0TJx — Brindisa (@Brindisa) 9 February 2017 I admired these gin and tonics because of their beautiful garnishes… but also because of their price […]

Brick Lane

Indian food at Aladin

Brick Lane has been at the top of both of our London sightseeing lists, and we wasted no time making our way to Shoreditch. After a day filled with IKEA adventures and set up, we set out to Brick Lane in the evening. Brick Lane is a street in London famous for its curry houses. […]

Friday Few

i'm a londoner now, posing with Tower Bridge, like no Londoner would ever do...

Hey, look! I’m a Londoner now! Here I am posing with Tower Bridge, which is something I’m pretty sure no real Londoner would ever do… but that’s beside the point. The point here is to share with you some snaps from the past week and mark the inaugural Friday Few post. Moving abroad has been […]

Mews of Kensington, Part I

Mews of London

When wandering central London, particularly the Kensington area, every once in a while you’ll notice a particularly charming little street, usually located just off of or behind a busier street. These streets will often be paved in stone, with the row of houses sitting right on the street. You’ve found a mews. Mews are converted stables that have been […]