1. It’s atmospheric by night.And don’t worry, it’s not as bright inside as it looks. Photo: Jennifer Balcombe2. It’s sure to be packed as this.But there’s always room for one more, right? Photo: Jennifer Balcombe3. Don’t forget to look up.The Victorian ceiling has been spruced up a treat. Photo: Jennifer Balcombe4. There are 15 taps behind the bar.As well as the full Camden range you can roadtest Brooklyn, Fourpure, Monk & Rooster. Photo: Jennifer Balcombe5. It’s simple fare but delicious.The chicken, lamb and veggie wraps are just £4.50 and stuffed with cabbage, pink onions and chilli. Photo: Jennifer Balcombe6. There’s also a takeaway hatch.And it’s right next to E.Mono. Photo: Jennifer Balcombe7. By day it might be as chilled as this – if you’re lucky. Pull up a bar stool and admire the scrubbed-up original features. With a pint or three of Hells. Photo: Jennifer BalcombeThis is box title Camden’s Daughter opens tomorrow at 5pm, 289-291 Kentish Town Road NW5. Read our interview with Camden Town Brewery founder Jasper Cuppaidge here.