Two Spoons

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#27

Yes, this is very much in the ‘nice to have’ category. While the artwork is not to my taste either, it doesn’t put me off going there. In fact, there is a café in Dulwich which has had much worse art on the walls but this does not seem to have harmed their business at all.


#28

Having heard some members thoughts on architecture and art I would think this bodes well for the choices made by @twospoons.


#30

I bet all this talk about @TwoSpoons’s artwork is making a few locals curious too. Hopefully will bring more customers to them.


#34

All this talk of bad art makes me want to go visit but really it’s just an excuse for me and OH to go and drink gin. Good art - bad art … whatever. Good beer and gin however and I am in.


#39

Yes, well at the end of the day, if it makes you talk about it, with gin in hand or not, it is art. :wink:


#40

You cant keep everyone happy in life :slight_smile:


#41

How about asking the gallery down the road if they have anything they might consider displaying in Two Spoons, still for sale of course!


#42

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#43

Great turnout for @FHGinClub at @TwoSpoons this eve!


#44

Great pictures Chris! Which gin was your favourite?


#45

Cheers for putting on a good evening! Death’s Door was my personal favourite (I like aniseed flavours).


#46

Your cheers should go to @TwoSpoons. We mostly just turned up.


#47

We’re really enjoyed the event! Thank you for coming :slight_smile:


#48

Couldn’t resist popping in tonight for a quick beer in the sunshine on the way home from work. Staff were lovely and the beer (Beavertown Neck Oil on tap) was excellent. One obviously turned in to two, a lovely journey home…


#49

Nice article about Luca, the co-owner of @TwoSpoons:

Via @HonorOakPark