North London Food & Culture

Look out for the free January issue of Kentishtowner – out today!

We're back in print with exclusive tips on getting the best out of the new year - plus where to eat, hang out and relax this month

Cover Artwork of our new January issue.
Main photo by Andy Stewart (@scooberson)

Step into any of the dozens of outlets listed below from today and you’ll be able to pick up our January issue – for absolutely nada. In keeping with the spirit of the new year, it delves into a different side to the neighbourhood, as we uncover all manner of quirky pursuits and leftfield challenges for mind and body – all of which promise to help you make a determinedly fresh start to 2015.

But if you’re not rebooting yourself, don’t worry: there are all our usual sections, including Q&A’s with local chefs for a heads-up on what we’ll be eating in the next 12 months, plus hot places to eat at this year.

And if you’re feeling the pinch, soak up an offer or two as well: look out for 50% off food at Q Grill and The Vine, pls steak-frites for two at just £25 at 4 Young’s pubs across the area, or 20% off Malden Road’s Touch Tuina Chinese massage therapy.

It’s now available FREE at key pubs, bars, shops and cafes in eight London postcodes: N1, N1C, NW1, N6, N7, NW5, N19, and NW3 (see map and list below).




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, E.Mono
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
Shops, Libraries & Galleries
Shreeji Newsagents, We Make London (Malden Road), 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


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


Drink Shop Do, DASH coffee, The Fellow, Housmans Bookshop, Camley Street Park


Future and Found, The Star




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


The Stag, Beetroot, Black Truffle, NW3 Bar & Kitchen, The Hill

Our sister title Gasholder will be back in print from next month – in the meantime don’t forget we publish regularly online here

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