An Olympics Primer
The London Olympics kick off on July 27. Here’s who to watch, what to buy, and what’s new-and-noteworthy in the host city.
Try The Wolseley (left) for a grand dinner in an even grander setting—a high-ceilinged old-world café space—or stop by for a decadent breakfast to start the day; thewolseley.com.
Ottolenghi Prepared Food has a few locations around the city and turns out fantastically fresh, delicious food, for less than more traditional sit-down establishments; ottolenghi.co.uk.
Housed in an old Hydraulic Power Station, The Wapping Project serves up fresh, seasonal food in the Engine and Turbine Houses, while the remaining rooms house exhibition and performance spaces; thewappingproject.com.