All the 50 or so outlets below now stock our free September print issue.
Some key stockists? The Grafton, Fields Beneath, Owl Bookshop, Harry’s and Phoenicia (central Kentish Town), Coffee Jar and Tower 47 (Camden Town), Leyas and DRAF (Mornington Crescent), Salvino Deli (Brecknock Road), Future & Found and Soho Hip (Tufnell Park), Southampton Arms and Bull & Last (Highgate Road), Map Gift Shop (Archway, Shillibeers (North Road) and The Fellow and Drink, Shop, Do (King’s Cross).
The new issue contains a whole host of brand new exclusive features: there’s Giles Coren on the birth of Soho House in NW5; broadsheet scribe Alice Lascelles raving about her favourite local offie Drinker’s Paradise; and our new writer Sarah Fox reviews Mango Rooms’ new venture, Mango Shack. Plus don’t miss Dish of the Month, and a cheeky assessment of tiny Parkway bean-shop the Coffee Jar.
Elsewhere? We meet Blustons’ owner Michael Albert, chat to senior curator Maitreyi Maheshwari at the Zabludowicz and ponder the whereabouts of the ancient Gospel Oak. Slightly further afield (well, 12 minutes on the Overground), we show you when and where to go to Clapton.
You like special offers? Neal’s Yard on Chalk Farm Road are giving 20% off your first treatment, Shillibeer’s Bar & Grill on North Road are comping a free glass of wine or pint for all readers, and if you’re quick you can snap up a limited edition print of artist Sophie Jamieson’s front cover illustration, inspired by 40 years of Kentish Town City Farm.
Phew! Here’s the list of our regular stockists. We’re also stocked at Salvino Deli on Brecknock, Neal’s Yard, Tower 47, Poppies and Proud Gallery in Camden as well as many smaller cafes across town.
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