Part 2 of a 2-part series on London pubs, restaurants and other foodie spots.
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As I mentioned in Part One, after my daughter’s graduation this summer, Brianna and I enjoyed a lot of very cool foodie places in and around London, England. Part One included a few pubs and restaurants we enjoyed. Part Two includes a few more and some of the markets we visited. These large outdoor/indoor markets include streets of very cool shops and lots of stalls with funky things and food vendors. It was hard not to buy loads of things, but I couldn’t get them all in my luggage. I did buy a kilt though!
Part Two also has some of the very diverse places we enjoyed on our trip to Brighton. We were in Brighton for the recent Pride celebrations. No, I won’t bore you with endless photos of fabulous drag queens and open-top double-decker buses filled with shirtless men dancing to ABBA or Bee Gees music. But, let me know if you would like to see those photos too!
The photo gallery format with captions and website links is meant to let you quickly scroll through and see if there’s anything you might like to check out – should you be lucky enough to find yourself travelling to London someday. There are lots of links in Bold Type for more information about these cool places.
Feel free to use the comments section if you have a question about any of these places. Cheers!
Hi – My name is David Middleton. I work at Sherbrooke Liquor in Edmonton, Alberta and I’m passionate about sharing good food, wine and music. My Friday afternoon ritual is the highlight of my week! Here’s how it goes: • pick out a cool recipe • pair with a nice bottle of wine • mix some new music – I make a lot of playlists in iTunes! • set out my mise en place and start cookin’ Hope you enjoy!