England

Tips and Articles in England

Video: Best Restaurants in London to Eat Like a Local A honky-tonk roadhouse serving deep-fried pickles and chili-cheese fries. A Parsi café straight out of old Bombay. A semi-secret chef’s table, tucked behind a hot dog joint, that’s giving Cope...
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Barnsbury “My wife and I live in Barnsbury, just north of King’s Cross. It’s basically an 18th-century village within the city: tree-lined streets; elegant Georgian terraces. I love to sit in the lush green park at the center of Lonsdale Square. ...
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See More Undiscovered Britain Some of London’s hippest bars pop up where you’d least expect them, say, behind a refrigerator door. That’s the way into The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, the city’s latest password-protected underground bar within The ...
See More Undiscovered Britain Forget staid scones. Go to the right London spot, and you’re more likely to be served green-tea-infused scones or tea-smoked salmon squares with Japanese yuzu mayonnaise. It’s a sign of the tea times in London, wher...
See More Undiscovered Britain With more than 300 gardens—some public, others private, many secret—London amounts to one of Europe’s greenest capitals. Towering pink hollyhocks creep over a high brick wall off a busy street; red and green ivy bede...
See the video: Hot Spots of Columbia Road. Behind the fragrant flower market that bursts to life every Sunday on this street in East London, there’s a hidden trove of boutiques that just might be the city’s best-kept shopping secret. The shelves...
See More Undiscovered Britain England’s southwestern coast is in the midst of a quietly sophisticated transformation, with the opening of numerous new hotels, inns, and restaurants. The Cornwall, Devon, and Dorset countryside, wild as it is, has ...
See More Undiscovered Britain A vacation rental in the English countryside brings to mind quaint thatched-roof cottages and stone manors—and that’s just the mind-set one Londoner wants to shake up. Alain de Botton, whose writing probes the pursu...
The Athlete: Stan Bahnsen The Experience: This former Major League Baseball pitcher and 1968’s Rookie of the Year for the New York Yankees (who had a career total of 146 wins) shares his tips on pitching and hitting, plus a history of the game. ...
At best, fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi is a reluctant traveler. Like a home dog, he can be coaxed around the block but his favorite arrival is back on his own doorstep in New York. Still, suggest London as a destination, and faster than he can sa...
See Our Guide to Great Britain I am an Anglophile. I keep a supply of BBC series in my Netflix queue, pay $272 a year to subscribe to Country Life, and recently acquired my third boxed set—the 30th Anniversary Collection—of Brideshead Revisited. ...
On my plate at Kutsher’s TriBeCa are some particularly gorgeous specimens of the latke. The potato pancake, made of grated potato, onion, and egg and fried in oil, is usually served with sour cream or applesauce. At Kutsher’s TriBeCa, mine have ca...
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