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23 April 2010 | Maps | By: M@

Hand-Drawn Maps of London: Pimlico

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This colourful beastie comes from Nick Parkin of Pimlico Flats. He offers a reasonably accurate rendering of his local area, although sharp-eyed pedants may take a little joy. We also applaud Nick for managing to find a creative way of getting free advertising for his business onto Londonist. You should have no problems finding Pimlico Flats, it appears to be about the same size as Battersea Power Station.

So, has Nick missed anything important in Pimlico? Good pubs, restaurants, points of interest? What would you add?

And more to the point, when are you going to get round to sending a hand-drawn map to tips@londonist.com?

Previously: Hampstead Heath, Notting Hill, King's Cross and Islington, Stoke Newington, central London, New Cross, Mayfair, Brixton as a tree.

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Hannah

Crucial for visits to Pimlico: the best caff in London. The breakfasts are unbeatable at at the Recency - authentic, old-school, eat-til-you-burst-for-£4 and a lovely bit of bubble to boot.

Just look at it!

a4p

where is The Orange Brewery & Linley's on Pimlico Road, because you would have to be drunk to even think about buying from the other!