Philip’s newfound propensity for making a horrible mess of things begins to have serious political implications tonight, when a chance meeting outside Martha’s house coincides with the FBI making a move in retaliation for last week’s bombing. He hasn’t even got the tranquility of domestic life to fall back upon, as he and Elizabeth announce their imminent separation to the kids – the stakes could hardly be higher, professionally or personally.
But just as the Jenningses find their carefully fabricated lives coming apart at the seams, the team behind ‘The Americans’ pulls all its diffuse plot strands together: what they’ll be weaving for the final few episodes should be fascinating to behold.
Kens Bar & Garden
In the shadow of a stunning nineteenth-century church sits Kens Bar (short for Kensington, not a man named Ken) and its one-acre garden. Covered tables abound, with heaters dotted about, so the garden can be enjoyed all year round. Whether in the grounds or the plushly decorated bar area, visitors can order afternoon tea, stone-baked pizzas, sandwiches, sweets and more. Drinks feature all the usual tipples, plus a wide range of cocktail options, including the odd experimental concoction courtesy of the mixologists behind the bar.
Venue says: “Cocktails of the month £10 each or two for £18. Afternoon tea in the library or garden £22.50. Happy hour 5-7pm. Live music on Fridays.”