This song made my Thursday during this long week. Love! x
Yesterday multiple major media outlets published articles about their investigation into the identity of the English based graffiti artist, Banksy.
The political driven activist uses a specific stencil technique to create his satirical street art that often provokes discussion and has garnered him an international reputation.
A report from The Independent suggested that Robert “3D” Del Naja, the founding member of the English trip hop group, Massive Attack may be the elusive artist. This conclusion was drawn from reviewing the band’s tour dates and new works of art appearing in the same select cities.
That moment when you’re so in love that you would like to live in a museum to admire the beauty everyday. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is one of my favourite places to go. It’s in my top 5 for museums around the world.
Tomorrow marks the anniversary of St. George’s Day celebrating the patron saint of England.
It’s our major feast and national holiday since the 15th century where citizens used to wear a rose on one of their lapels to honour the Roman Christian soldier, Saint George who slayed a dragon to save a princess as legend claims.
As if we need another excuse to drink but either way I’ve compiled a list of my top five for British pubs to visit in New York.
1. Jones Wood Foundry is a warm and cozy food-driven pub with a diverse selection of British ales, bottled beers and a secret garden where you can gather with all your mates. Address: at 401 East 76th St. Hours: 11am-11pm.
2. Cock and Bull is the best British gastro pub with a variety of British inspired dishes and cocktails. Get ready to return home at this London style tavern. Address: 23 West 45th St. Hours: 10:30am-11pm.
3. The Churchill Tavern is a unique and inviting establishment featuring your favourite drinks and dishes. Also Winston Churchill can be spotted throughout this old-fashioned place which adds to the pub’s quirky creativity. This is my Sunday roast destination. Address: 45 East 28th St. Hours: 11:30am-4am.
4. The Red Lion is hopping all hours of offering English breakfast (yes!), fish and chips as well as every possible British brew you can imagine. Additionally the live music and sports bar attracts a young late night crowd.Address: 151 Bleecker St. Hours: 11am-4am.
5. GMT Tavern is a great place to catch up with friends, eat traditional British fare and peruse an impressive selection of over 36 draught beers. This is the place to be! Address: 142 Bleecker St. Hours: 11am-12am.