We also follow Amy Pond's narrative arc from young Amelia's first encounter with the bow-tied buffooon through to the revelations of her true identity and relationship with River Pond. If you aren't working and you haven't seen them a million times already (or even if you have), there will be worse ways to while away your day than this.
This pub and kitchen in Houndsditch opened in September 2016 but it's been dressed up to look like it's been there for years. That means Chesterfield banquettes, promotional mirrors from yesteryear and Victorian imagery on the walls. But don't worry, there's plenty of exposed lighting and brickwork, too. Food options range from barbecue wings, salt and pepper squid and mezze boards to burgers, sandwiches, subs, truffled mac n cheese and a range of hand-stretched, stone-baked pizzas. Drinks wise it's wines from worlds old and new, recognisable cocktails and real ale, on draught and by the bottle. Keep an eye out for deals on both booze and food.
Venue says: “Enjoy two-for-one cocktails from our fantastic new selection! Available every day from 6pm to close. No voucher necessary, just come on by!”