Best Of Londonist: Underwater Cycling, Crossrail And Olympicopolis

Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up.

Gift card and crockery workshop in Hackney, by Paweł Buderaski on Flickr

Gift card and crockery workshop in Hackney, by Paweł Buderaski on Flickr

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Best pubs in London

We’re building a new website of the best pubs in London (mostly as voted for by Londonist readers). We still have a few areas to explore, but do take a look through the guide so far, and let us know about any scandalous omissions. We’ve added a good number this week: Montague Arms in Peckham; King’s Arms in Waterloo; Pride of Spitalfields in… you can guess where; Harrild and Sons in the City; and the Star and AnchorRed Lion, North Star and The Wheatsheaf — all in Ealing.

North front of Fenton House in Hampstead, by shadow_in_the_water on Flickr

Top reviews

  • Kazimir Malevich’s abstract art on display in a retrospective at Tate Modern
  • New restaurant review: Hawksmoor opens a new branch in Knightsbridge
  • Artistic duo Gilbert & George display a fearful London in their latest exhibition
  • A ‘useful primer of what to expect’ as a Crossrail exhibition opens at New London Architecture
  • Everyday 90s household scenes get the limelight in Martin Parr’s photography
  • Arcola Theatre’s Holes suffers from a basic plot and unfortunate timing
  • We tried the vegetarian offerings at Greek restaurant Opso
  • Shakespeare in Love at Noel Coward Theatre is soppy, but we liked it anyway

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