Best Of Londonist: 15 April 2018

Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.

From West End Stars to Porn Stars, This Is Where London's Celebs Come to Drink

"We've had some of the biggest porn stars in the world down here".

12 Exhibitions to See and Two to Avoid as We Round-Up the London Art Scene

We round up the best and worst of London's art scene.

Think You Know the Tube Map Well? Have a Go at This Tricky Quiz About Tube Station Names

How many stations have all the vowels in their name?

The Best Beer Festivals in London in April 2018

Some annual favourites return.

Must-See Exhibition of the East End in Colour

We wish all exhibitions let you leave comments beneath the photos

Where Was London's First Pizza Restaurant?

Guess when the first Pizza Express opened...

Have You Visited the Other Natural History Museum?

There's ANOTHER Natural History Museum

Not Tried Venezuelan Cuisine? This Is What You're Missing.

Second branch of the buzzy Venezuelan restaurant opens in Bethnal Green.

Dita Von Teese Is Coming to London. We Spoke to Her Ahead of the Shows

What's the best burlesque you've seen in London?

Bottle-Aged Negronis and Perfect Pappardelle at Bar Termini Centrale

The desserts dazzle

One of London's Best Speakeasies Now Has a Meat Smoker

Of all the gin joints in all the boroughs in all of London, Evans & Peel is certainly one of the most playful.

Make Small Changes to Your Commute to Avoid Unnecessary Air Pollution

Avoiding the tube is good for your health.

The Gormley Sculpture Hiding in West Hampstead

Early work by the figurative sculptor.

Tracey Emin Lights Up St Pancras With a Giant Artwork

Look up as you exit your train.

Meet the Lesser-Known Stone Animals Residing in London's Natural History Museum

An understated safari.

Meet the 17th Century Poodle That Was Supposedly Invincible and Invisible

Meet the imaginatively named, Boy.

New, Fully Vegan Menu Unveiled at W London in Leicester Square

Be quick, it's only around 'til the summer.

Clerkenwell's Newest Chippy Doesn't Play by the Rules

Getting chippy with it.

Seven Boroughs Account for Nearly Half of London's Social Housing Waitlist

Depressing statistics.

Cherry Blossom Season Has Officially Arrived at This South Bank Restaurant

Maximum flower power.

Enjoy a Country Retreat in Marylebone With This Delightful English Garden Afternoon Tea

A most pleasant way to spend an afternoon

Intelligent, Improvised Banter From Comedian Tom Allen at Soho Theatre

Highly recommended. If you didn’t see it in Edinburgh, that is.

Theatre Review: The Way of the World Is Fuelled by Wit

Deception brings delight in this stylish Restoration comedy.