What’s new with this month’s Kentishtowner in print?


Only a brand new free sister publication, that’s what. Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to present Gasholder. Plus we list the 75 stockists on a handy map



The September issue of Kentishtowner, free
The September issue of Kentishtowner, free from the usual outlets
We are beyond excited. Why? Because, across dozens of north London shops, libraries, pubs, galleries and cafes is a very special edition of our print title. Yup, this issue of Kentishtowner is like no other. But don’t worry, it’ll still cost you absolutely nada.

We’re back with our first ever double-sided special edition to mark the launch of new title Gasholder, a guide to all things King’s Cross, St Pancras, Euston – and beyond.

First things first: it’s business as usual on the Kentishtowner side. So take a deep breath for our whopping guide to 37 things to do this autumn, an encounter with an innovative local lighting svengali, and our favourite new lunch spot revealed. Elsewhere columnist Sarah Park talks about her bete noir: couples snogging on the tube before 9am.

Launch issue of our new title Gasholder
Launch issue cover of our new title Gasholder

And flip the issue over for the debut instalment of Gasholder, a taste of north London’s fastest changing neighbourhood: there are interviews with community figures, including the first Muslim mayor and a twentysomething coffee guru, a rundown of the tastiest places to eat on all budgets, top tips to lesser known attractions and galleries, and, as you can see, a specially commissioned cultural map on the cover by our artist Sian Pattenden.


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Why the name? Simple: it symbolises both the area’s industrious past (there were once 23 of the magnificent Victorian structures) and its future, now that the iconic Gasholder No.8 is back in place. Even better, it’s set to be a forthcoming arts venue and park.

The joint issue of Gasholder/Kentishtowner is now available FREE at 75 key pubs, bars, shops and cafes in eight London postcodes: N1, WC1, N1C, NW1, N7, NW5, N19, and NW3 and WC1 (see map and list below). If you like it, why not follow us on @gasholderLDN and check out the new site gasholder.london?

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MAIN STOCKISTS BY POSTCODE

NW5

Cafes & Restaurants
Shoe Shop, Bear + Wolf, Dirty Burger, Ruby Violet, Pizza East, The Fields Beneath, Mario’s Cafe, The Wine Cellar, Cafe Rustique, Housepresso, Truffles Deli, Kentish Canteen, E.Mono

Pubs
The Grafton, Southampton Arms, Tufnell Park Tavern, Junction Tavern, Bull & Last, The Star, Dartmouth Arms, The Vine, The Pineapple, The Oxford, Lion & Unicorn, Abbey Tavern, Camden Brewery, Rose & Crown, Lord Palmerston, The Bluebell

Shops, Libraries & Galleries
Shreeji Newsagents, Soho Hip, Phoenicia, Jonathan Norris, Harry’s Fine Foods, Owl Bookshop, Flaxon Ptootch, Kentish Town Library, Queen’s Crescent Library, Queen’s Crescent Surgery, David’s Newsagent, Matt Townsend Antiques Emporium

NW1

Guanabana, Two Doors Down, Arancini Brothers, Doppio Cafe, Channel 22 Films, Casa Tua, Leyas, Coffee Jar, Cote Camden, DRAF, Tapping The Admiral, Lord Stanley, Colonel Fawcett, Roundhouse, Tower 47, Camden Lock Market, Ruby Dock, Karpo

N1/N1c

Drink Shop Do, DASH coffee, Vegan Cafe, Canal, King’s Cross Visitors Centre, TED, Big Chill, Honest Burger, Poor School, King’s Place, Star of King’s, The Fellow, Housmans Bookshop, KC Continental, Camino, The Gilbert Scott, GNH Hotel bar, Lexington, Surya, Camley Street Park, 2 Pancras Square library and leisure centre, Parcel Yard, Canal Reach Canteen, Auto Italia

N19

Future and Found, Spoke London, The Gate, St John’s Tavern

N7

Bunny Little’s Bakery, Shillibeer’s, Pleasance Theatre, SKK Lighting, Vinyl Cafe at Tileyard

NW3

The Stag, Beetroot, Black Truffle

WC1

Half Cup, Lord John Russell, Moreish Cafe


  • Show Comments

  • Kate Woodroffe

    Missing you now we’ve moved to E17. Any plans to expand our way??

  • Jon Simmons

    An NW6 edition would be very nice too