October print edition of Kentishtowner hits the streets today

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Here’s what to expect from your latest free 16-page cultural guide


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Issue 27 KT cover
This month’s free print edition is proof – if it were really needed – of just how diverse and brainy a bunch of people Kentishtowners are.

Inside the latest 16-page issue, we delve deep inside the heads of some of the characters in our midst and uncover their stories.

There’s the Liverpudlian student who’s just moved to the area, the Ethiopian coffee pioneers who recently set up shop on Brecknock Road, the founder of north London’s great annual literary festival and the academic who’s just published a book on whether gay people are ‘born that way’.

Then there’s the journalist who’s spent years investigating bankers, and we also get the lowdown on the playwright who’s taking on the issue of heroin-addicted mums.

On the food front, we check out the acclaimed new chef at the Junction, drop by an innovative healthy Egyptian street food concept at Camden Market, and try the onglet at much anticipated new steakhouse, Beef & Brew.

Go grab your copy right now…

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MAIN KENTISHTOWNER STOCKISTS BY POSTCODE

NW5
Cafes & Restaurants
Beef & Brew, Pit Stop Cafe, Patron, Joe’s, Carrots & Daikon, Bear + Wolf, Dirty Burger, Ruby Violet, Pizza East, The Fields Beneath, Mario’s Cafe, The Wine Cellar, Cafe Rustique, Housepresso, Truffles Deli, E.Mono
Pubs
Gipsy Queen, The Grafton, Bull & Gate, Fiddlers Elbow, Southampton Arms, Lord Southampton, Junction Tavern, Bull & Last, The Vine, The Pineapple, The Oxford, Lion & Unicorn, Abbey Tavern, Camden Brewery, Rose & Crown, Lord Palmerston
Shops, Libraries & Galleries
Caps n Taps, Costcutter (Prince Of Wales Road), Drinker’s Paradise, Shreeji Newsagents, Mehmet’s, We Make London (Malden Road), Zabludowicz, 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, Touch Tuina
NW1
Camden Garden Centre’s Pritchard & Ure Cafe Prince Albert, Old Eagle, Golden Lion, Cob Gallery, 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, The Bowery Bagel, Camden Lock Market, Interchange, Lantana
N19
Charlotte Despard, Future and Found, The Star, Spoke
N6
Kalendar
N7
Buna Oromia, Craft Beer Shop (York Way), Tufnell Park Tavern, Shillibeer’s, Pleasance Theatre, SKK Lighting, Vinyl Cafe at Tileyard
NW3
Retsina, The Horseshoe The Stag, Beetroot Deli, Black Truffle, Washington pub, The Hill


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