In each issue of Eustontowner we aim to get under the skin of a different part of the area. Why? To help you get to know this underrated neighbourhood that bit better – even if you’ve lived here all your life.
Last month our focus was Chalton Street, where we met the folk driving the restaurants, shops, market, salons and charities lining the stretch from Euston up north towards Camden.
This month it’s the turn of famous Drummond Street, now mostly known for its concentration of Bengali restaurants.
Inside our four page special is a complete directory of what to do, where to eat and shop, as well as some atmospheric portraits of its street life.
Travel through the area regularly? We’ve introduced a new section called Euston Half Hour, which we hope inspires you to take a look around if you normally just change trains here.
Elsewhere in the issue we have lunch at the British Library, explore the cavernous collections at the Wellcome, and find out more about the Quakers, whose centre dominates a stretch of Euston Road. Thanks to everybody for their feedback on issue two. We hope you enjoy part three.
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