We loved the complimentary Pret-a-Manger brown bag breakfast delivered to your room each morning with orange juice, banana, and a granola yogurt. Read more.
The crowd is late 20- to 40-somethings who like upscale clubbing in trendy destinations. These are the people dialed into the London scene. Read more.
Our scout went solo comfortably. The next table over had two bikers, the bar had a local off work from Smithfield Market, and other tables had hipsters (with one taking care of a Weimaraner). Read more.
There’s a sensuous tone to the entire lounge, from the potent cocktail list to the luxuriously baroque ambiance. Read more.
Since the attached Boundary Hotel is the hotspot, Albion is a good spot for solo dining, especially if you’re planning to bring a laptop or book and linger. (There’s complimentary Wi-Fi available.) Read more.
Tayyabs serves huge portions of delicious Pakistani eats on the cheap–what's not to love? Great for a hearty and rambunctious meal with a gang of friends. Read more.
The food is divine, and they make intimidating offerings like offal interesting and easy to eat. The best British food in town. Note: The kitchen closes 4:00pm-6:00pm on weekends. Read more.
This fascinating museum borders a lovely garden that is family friendly with musical acts (when we visited, a Caribbean group–with steel drums–were contributing to the happy summer atmosphere). Read more.
This house is based around a fictitious Huguenot family with the last name of Jervis. Each room shows the lives of this family in different time periods. We almost felt as though we were trespassing. Read more.