Is Soho actually moving en masse to Fortess Road?

The owners of Lexington Street’s Cafe Gourmand are the latest former West End restaurateurs to relocate

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Queen’s Crescent Market: a travel guide for locals

The annual festival hits NW5′s most underrated street on Saturday. Here are a dozen reasons why you should go

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Quiet London: Siobhan Wall’s top six choices

Need some peaceful contemplation this summer? Try these surprising options – all in NW1

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Kentish Cluster is back: July drinks

Want to meet an meet with an interesting bunch who love working in NW5? The next Cluster is this Thursday

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In Pictures: Alma Street Fair 2014

The annual festival once again rocked it – with not even a hint of rain. Can you spot yourself or your mates in our gallery of pics?

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New Szechuan diner Forever Autumn opens

The Cabin Cafe on Willes Road has just relaunched as a basic but intriguing Chinese restaurant

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What’s the Rose & Crown actually like?

It opened earlier this week. And the former Torriano bar looks set to be a real east K-Town hub

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World’s largest festival of new opera on your doorstep

Tête à Tête expands to a new home in King’s Cross for the 8th year of its ground-breaking festival

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Alma Street Fair is back. Plus two more to check out

The big local festies take place over the next fortnight. Or for something more chilled, try a new market in Tufnell Park

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Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Rhiannon and Holly, founders of The Vagenda

‘Kentish Town smells of the flower stall on the corner, mixed with exhaust fumes and fried breakfasts’

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What’s it like quitting your job to seek Kickstarter funding for an invention?

Kentishtowners Ben Hall and Adam Alexander have created an app-controlled sous vide cooker. Now all they need is £100k to get it off the ground.

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Where to find your FREE July/August edition of Kentishtowner in print

Our summer spesh – packed with all-new features – couldn’t have come out on a better day. So grab one quick

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Taste Test: fish ‘n’ chips in NW5

In which two well-priced cafes, pubs or restaurants battle it out for victory

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Bull & Gate finally due to reopen

The former music venue has now been given planning permission to relaunch as food pub

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