Best Of Londonist: 25 March 2018

Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.

Which Exhibitions You Should See (And Avoid) in London This Month

We rank them from best to worst.

Are You One of 254 People Doing the Tube's Most Pointless Journey Every Day?

Absolutely pointless.

Chariot Is Launching a Four Route Commuter Shuttle Service in London

Have you tried Chariot yet? Its four new commuter routes promise to make your commute smarter, safer and happier

Have a Crack at Our Hardest London Quiz Yet

Pulling shapes.

Pretentious, Inaccessible Art Across Two Major Galleries.

Downright awful.

The Brutalist Masterpiece That Is the Alexandra Road Estate

Do you recognise it from the films?

What's the Stupidest S**t Londonist Has Published Over the Years?

Anyone remember Brooke Shields Alphabet?

Photos of a South London Road That's Beginning to Disappear

"Every Sunday, Melvin becomes Melvina."

How Religious Is Your Borough?

Haven't you always wondered?

We're Still Salivating Over St Paul's Cheeseboard

Orgasmic camembert.

Work Moves Forwards on New Thames Bridge

Will you use it?

We Spoke to Some Real Life Millennials, to See What They're Thinking

Because young adults are our future.

The Suave Cocktail Bar Beneath a Historic London Market

Fantastic loos.

Bet We'll Surprise You With This A-Z of Tube Trivia

Sing along with our alphabetical tube trivia

This Three-Day Cocktail Event Brings the Capital's Most Iconic Cocktails Together Under One Roof

A cocktail festival in a former church.

When Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre Is Demolished, This Will Be the Fallout

At least we'll be able to find the train station...

Big Changes Are Happening at Old Street Roundabout

An eye, a totem pole or a forest of light.

Oh We Do Love to Be Beside the Seaside... In Greenwich

Life's a beach.

A Look Inside the World's Largest Map Shop

Check out that floor!

Bins Are the New Battleground for Public Opinion

Are these bin polls (a) rubbish, (b) trashy?

Expand Your London Social Circle With Pal App

New mates, new activities.

8 of the Best Alcoholic Milkshakes in London

We are so here for this.

St Paul's: London's Most-Destroyed Landmark

A landmark forever under attack.

Afternoon Tea Inside Your Very Own Royal Carriage? Why Yes, Your Highness

Make the fairytale a reality

See Inside London's Mosques With These Stunning Photos

Some truly amazing architecture.

This Will Make You Want a Club Wembley Membership (Whether You Like Football or Not)

Give in to your football fantasies and join a Club Wembley membership. We would.

Snack on Gnocco Fritto or Feast on Pasta: This Shoreditch Restaurant Takes You on a Tour of Emilia-Romagna

Gnocchi fritti: Italian carb of dreams

Planning to Give Birth in a Black Cab? Black Cabbies Are Now Trained Midwives

The most London-y place to be born.

You Can Now Have Afternoon Tea With Winnie, Tigger and Eeyore in Kensington

Even Eeyore might crack a smile at this

A Miniature Woodland Adventure Awaits With This Miniature Railway

Toot toot, beep beep.

Make the Most of London's Jewish Museum With These Top 10 Things to Look Out For

History, celebrations and customs.

108 Brasserie Swaps Fish for Falafel With Its Veggie Month Menu

Already a dedicated veggie? Or just up for trying something new...

If You've Never Tried a Milanesa Napolitana, Make a Beeline for This Argentinian Grill

Dessert empanadas are a thing now

Watch This Mesmerising Timelapse of London in the Snow

Cold, but beautiful.

Theatre Review: The Great Wave

North Korea abducting Japanese citizens and turning them into assassins should be so much more exciting than this

Royal Ballet Celebrates Centenary of Leonard Bernstein With a Triple Bill

Sometimes playful, sometimes mechanistic, but always graceful

The Best London Instagram Accounts

Who's your favourite London Instagrammer?

Have You Ever Appreciated the Multicoloured Beauty of Primrose Hill's Houses?

Like flowers, always in bloom

Theatre Review: The Plough and the Stars at Lyric Hammersmith

Powerful performances.

Prisoner Cell Block Bore: Kiss of the Spider Woman at Menier Chocolate Factory

A newly translated version of the Manuel Puig novel.

Opera Review: La Traviata at London Coliseum

This directorial debut would have been better kept simple.

Lewisham Just Won the World Cup of London Boroughs

A decisive 6630-5227 victory.