Art in a butcher’s: studio brings new life to Cromer Street

A pop-up gallery on the Bloomsbury/King’s Cross borders is hosting a week-long programme of festivities

09 Dec 2014

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Where to find your Xmas issue of Gasholder/Kentishtowner

Issue 3 of Gasholder now available across 100 outlets in nine London postcodes

05 Dec 2014

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Review: Dishoom, King’s Cross

Granary Square unveils its biggest restaurant yet – 9,000 square foot of perfectly reimagined, late 19th century Irani Bombay café

04 Dec 2014

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Have you spotted Dennis the Menace boarding the Eurostar?

Artwork from 75 years of the quintessentially British comic Beano currently celebrated at a free exhibition in St Pancras station

24 Nov 2014

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Six of the best: quick lunch in King’s Cross

Lunch on the hoof is well catered for around the railway stations and up at KERB, but here are six little places tucked ever-so-slightly off the beaten track that are well worth seeking out

20 Nov 2014

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Ich Bin: Meriel Armitage, burrito specialist

“Granary Square has such a nice vibe, it reminds me of the streetfood outdoor culture I enjoyed so much in Melbourne”

18 Nov 2014

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Hot News: Winter Sun prepares to warm King’s Cross

Giant new ‘hearth-like’ public artwork to illuminate Granary Square, with hot cocktails and foods close at hand too

14 Nov 2014

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Review: The Greek Larder, York Way

York Way has never seen anything quite like this impressively modern take on a classic cuisine. With deli and off licence in tow

13 Nov 2014

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Housmans: the story of a radical bookshop

Volunteer and PHD student Maeve Nolan uncovers the tale of this iconic London resource

13 Nov 2014

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How to make cocktails at home: mojito and espresso martini

Mixologist Nathan O’Connell at Somers Town speakeasy the Cosy Kettle gives us the lowdown on two party classics

12 Nov 2014

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