Best of Londonist: 13 September

Best of Londonist: 13 September

Your Sunday Londonist round-up.

What Should The City Of London Do About Its Problematic Landmarks? Have Your Say

The borough is reviewing landmarks with links to slavery.

The empty plinth at West India Quay, the day after the removal of a statue honouring slave trader Robert Milligan. Image © Bill Green via the Londonist Flickr Pool

Time For A New Mattress? Find Your Perfect Sleep At TEMPUR® Stratford

Good enough for NASA = good enough for us. (sponsor)

Ronnie Scott's Is Ready To Throw Open Its Doors Again

Just in time to jazz up your autumn

The 'new' Ronnie Scott's has been in the same location since 1965. Photo credit: Shutterstock.

This Autumn Is The Perfect Time To Show Chinatown Some Love. Here's Why...

Exclusive food deals and brand new art (sponsor)

Image © Haydon Perrior

Winter Swim Plans Have Been Announced For Hampstead Heath

Fancy a frosty dip?

Dive in. Photo credit: Shutterstock/Beyeldarb.

Scrumptious Sourdough, Sweet Deals And An Awesome Aperitivo Hour: Laboratorio Pizza Lands In Fitzrovia

A taste of Naples in the heart of London. (sponsor)

Hello Hill Valley! Back To The Future The Musical Is Coming

Great Scott!

Recreate Dishes From Your Favourite London Restaurants At Home With These Marvellous Meal-Kits

DIY deliciousness (sponsor)

You Can Now Buy Butterbeer At King's Cross Station

We're not JKing.

Butterbeer: now available to buy at King's Cross

See London's Plastics In A Whole Different Light, Thanks To This Eye-Opening Engineering Competition

Ever heard of Geogrid? (sponsor)

Rui Jian Tee, Graduate Tunnel Engineer and Pitch 200 Finalist for London and the South East.

A Bronze Age Treasure Trove Is Uncovered At Museum Of London Docklands

See the Havering Hoard at this free exhibition.

A selection of objects from the hoard. Photo credit: Museum of London.

Take This Terrifying Walk Along The Thames

Featuring an umbrella assassination and the decapitated head of William Wallace.

Image: Shutterstock

Last Updated 12 September 2020