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This is the official capital of the Mormon Church, so the first thing you might notice is the LDS Temple. But there’s more to Salt Lake City than religious attractions. Salt Lake City is a major hub for recreational activities like camping, hiking, mountain biking, rock-climbing, fishing, and boating. Downtown Salt Lake City is home to at least 20 art galleries and antiques shops, which you can visit free of charge on the third Friday of every month, during the city’s famous Gallery Stroll. The city’s nightlife is as lively as anywhere else, and craft brews are easy to find, as is a cup of perhaps the best coffee in the region.
Formerly known as the Northwood Hills Pub, the...
Formerly known as the Northwood Hills Pub, the...Stay.com Editors' Note
Formerly known as the Northwood Hills Pub, the Namaste Lounge – now an Indian sports club and restaurant – is the place Elton John once launched his career. Tucked away between Harefield and Harrow, the Namaste Lounge is still a patron of the performing arts and hosts live music, DJs and sports screenings throughout the week. Decked out with cream leather sofas and colourful cocktails, the restaurant itself is suitable for business dining and parties and has a lively atmosphere. The menu itself at Namaste is a mix of modern and traditional dishes – don’t miss the white lentil dumplings with coconut chutney, and the jinglee lamb chops marinated with spices, raw papaya and yoghurt cooked in the tandoor.
66 Joel Street, Northwood Hills, Middlesex, HA6 1LL London
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