At just £800 (plus £2?) a month.
The organisers promised to take me "off the beaten track to the up-and-coming hipster side of London".
Where we spoke about her mythical queer porno, destroying the patriarchy, and being close to nature.
Roving Cafe in Shoreditch's Nomadic Community Gardens offers salads, soup, and space for anyone who needs it.
London chicken shop Coqfighter adds vodka to its batter for a crisp and golden finish.
An intimate tour of one writer's home, one boarded-up nightclub at a time.
“When you walk in, it hits you quite hard. You draw attention to how outrageous he is and how much money he has—and he’s the President of the United States.”
We talk to the Swedish Ethiopian chef behind Harlem’s Red Rooster about his new restaurant in London.
“People have been distilling and fermenting things for hundreds of years,” says London bartender Matt Whiley. “We’re just trying to find ways of drinking different things and using technology to alter the process.”
Arthur’s is a classic East End cafe, preserved, if you will, in corned beef jelly. “I do things like stewing steak with boiled peas,” says the eponymous Arthur Woodham, now in his 76th year of service at the cafe. “You don’t get many cafes doing that...
At the VICE office, we like to drink beer. A lot of it. So we came up with our own, and soon, you can try it, too.