Drink Up In The Garden

Thursday, August 20, 2015

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We’ve talked before about how seeking out local food on vacation has enriched our travel experiences, and a recent trip to London was no exception.  We attended the Midnight Apothecary, hosted every Saturday night in the beautiful rooftop herb garden of the Brunel Museum in southeast London.  Just across the street from the Thames, the Brunel Museum sits atop the very first tunnel under the river.  We preferred to stay above ground, and had delicious cocktails made from herbs grown right in the garden.

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The beer served was Hiver,, brewed with honey from urban London apiaries.

Posted by Donna on 08/20 at 01:11 PM


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