The innocent 5 for 5 cafe is now officially open for business.
Last night, we had the opening party. And it was right old knees up.
Under the starlit branches of our portable orchard, posh cocktails made by our friends at Sipsmith were supped, fine ales from the chaps at The Camden Town Brewery quaffed and a canape frenzy ensued when the miniature dishes from Gizzi's menu began to waft past.
The welcome sign handcrafted by Aldworth James & Bond lit the way as guests entered through the mini secret door.
Upon entering, breaths were taken at the sight of the amazing lettuce wall made by Rocket Gardens.
Everyone then got a bit fidgety waiting for the canapes to arrive
The excellent Dave Chandler Band provided the music for the
(They're a quintet. Which is 5. Yep. We know)
Lots of people. Mingling. Having a good time. Having a chat. Keeping one eye out for the canapes.
And here are the two wonder ladies who pulled the whole thing together - Tansy and Annika - looking proper hot.
Joe M was there too. Looking for free stuff.
Finally after everyone had drunk, eaten and chatted their full, they were given a party bag with a crumble for one to take home but not before leaving their mark on our massive 5 a day tally counter.
The cafe is now open for business and word on the street (Twitter) is that it is the place to be.
Hopefully see you down there.