May, glorious May. The sun will be shining, so it’s time for wining and dining, with plenty of cultural activities too to keep you smiling. Here are 10 things well worth doing in Camden Town this month.
Open a shop at Camden Market
Many successful businesses, be it in food, crafts, or fashion started their very first outlets in Camden Market. If you’ve ever thought about it, and have a business plan, you can apply for a space in Camden Market here.
Drummond Street is one of London’s most historic streets and is best known for its Indian and Bangladeshi restaurants. A short bus ride from Camden Town towards Euston, Drummond Street is quirky, has the famous restaurants and it a good place to visit one of the pubs and enjoy a pint in the sunshine.
Camden Town is blessed with some top notch independent coffee shops, and one in particular on Camden High Street brews a blend that’s second-to-none. The coffee from Music & Beans is prepared quickly, using their special choices of beans, and enough caffeine to put spring in your step.
This is a certain must – a smoothie from Healthy Hit. Their recipes have been made with the guidance of a nutritionist so that are super healthy, but it’s the taste that’s going to get your attention. The Açaí Smoothie is beyond extraordinary.
This one is happening on May 1st, so be quick! Learn how to take top quality photos using just an iPad. The iPads are provided, so just reserve your space and find out some tips from a professional photographer.
A bottomless brunch from Jamaican themed Ma Petite Jamaica on Sundays, happy hour on cocktails each day between 5-7, and a food menu full of flavour. Get on down to Inverness Street, visit Ma Petite Jamaica, get some food and drinks, pick up a loyalty card, and instant happiness is guaranteed.
Our own Camden Town Brewery has made a lighter beer for the week night summer evenings. Called Camden Week Nite, it’s 3% abv, yet still all the taste you get from their other beers. Cheers!
The British Museum has an exhibition on Edvard Munch until 21st July 2019 with the largest showing of his prints in the UK in 45 years. Expressionism from the very best.
She’s still like to thank you for your support – Dido will be playing two nights at the Camden Roundhouse at the end of the month. Hear some classic songs and new tunes from her new album too.
People who work in Camden probably see this statue every day and wonder what it’s about, who it’s of. The Richard Cobden statue is on Camden High Street near Mornington Crescent station. Next time, stop, have a look, and impress your friends with your knowledge.
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