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The sun is shining and our new issue celebrates all the neighbourhood pubs that are reopening. Woop!


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In the last decade, it’s become a well-worn urban trope that property developers are snatching any remaining Victorian boozers and turning them into yet more luxury flats.

So now for the good news. This spring sees a rash of reopenings – especially from pubs that we all feared had given up the ghost. Leading the pack is the Good Mixer, the Camden haunt that found itself at the heart of Britpop in the mid-1990s.

After the owners sold up in January, many feared the worst, but it’s now been taken over by a collective who seem to have the necessary vision for the landmark watering hole. But why the dangling cement mixer (pictured above)? Find out inside.

It’s a similar story elsewhere in the area. This issue we also check out positive happenings at The Unicorn on Camden Road, the Oxford Tavern (as it’s being renamed), the Old Oak and more.

We also survey of the latest vegan restaurants in Camden and Kentish Town, and rope in local architect Peter Morris to exaplin how he reinvented the Parliament Hill lido.

Pick up a free copy from one of the Londonwide outlets below.

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There are now 40 new distribution points across London!

From this edition, all our titles are now also available in a selection of hotel lobbies, office reception areas and rail travel lounges across London.

Aegis – Gracechurch St
Arcadia – Marylebone House
Highgate Studios – Kentish Town
Jones Lang LaSalle – Regents Quarter
Lenta Business Centre – Grove Business Centre
Regents Place Management – Euston
Regus – Euston
Regus – Regents Place
The Office Group – Marylebone
Vizeum UK Ltd – Triton St
Ibis – Euston St Pancras
The Landmark Hotel
London Marriott – Regents Park
MIC Hotel and Conference Centre
Fitness First – Camden
Fitness First – Kilburn
London Business School Fitness Centre
Virgin Active
TFL Visitor Centre – Paddington
Telegraph Media Group
Perception – Google
American Express Restaurant
123 Buckingham Palace Road – Google, Sky
Invesco – Marylebone
Pixelogicmedia – Sony DADC
Pearsons Plc – Penguin Random House
Barclay’s Wealth & Investment Management
45 Mortimer Street – New Look
Arcadia – 216 Oxford Street
The Gherkin – Standard Life
5 Canada Square – Bank Of America Merrill Lynch
ITV Studios – Upperground
The Financial Times
Kensington Estates Ltd – The White Company
Gatwick Express lounge
Stansted Express lounge
Virgin lounge – Euston station
Virgin lounge – King’s Cross station

Or pick up a copy from a stockist below.

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MAIN KENTISHTOWNER STOCKISTS

Permanent Major Distribution Units
Kentish Town station
Kentish Town West Overground
Tufnell Park Underground
Gospel Oak Overground
Hampstead Heath Overground
Outside Phoenicia supermarket, Kentish Town Road

Other stockists
Southampton Arms, Fields Beneath, The Grafton, Kentish Town Sports Centre, Tapping The Admiral, Camden Town Brewery, Camden’s Daughter, Zabludowicz Collection, Roundhouse, Bowery Bagel, Q Grill, Lantana, Camden Market Hall upstairs, Spread Eagle, Coffee Jar, Cote, Leyas Coffee, The Colonel Fawcett, Casa Tua, Owl Bookshop, Flaxon Ptootch, Scratchline Tattoo, The Lion & Unicorn, The Oxford, Kentish Town Library, Harrys Fine Food, The Vine, The Junction Tavern,Ruby Violet, Bear + Wolf, The Pineapple, The Abbey Tavern, Arancini Factory Cafe, Zing Zing, The Bull & Last, Truffles Deli, Owl Bookshop, Flaxon Ptootch, The Star, Lord Palmerston, Tufnell Park Tavern, Future & Found, Rose & Crown, The Lord Stanley, Oskar Pink, Dirty Burger, The College Practice, Queen’s Crescent Library, Fierce Grace Yoga – Queen’s Crescent, Marios Cafe, The Stag, Beetroot Deli, Black Truffle, The Spoke, St John’s


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