Here are some of the local attractions close to The Church Studio. Included are places to visit, eat, drink and more. Scroll down to find out more about the area for those breaks from the studio...
There is a great Art House close to the studio where there's always a sleection of interesting flicks being shown. Check out the website to see what's currently being screened.
Go crate-digging at lunch - Flashback is just across the road from The Church and you're bound to find a gem...
One of London's famous Victorian palaces, Ally Pally sits atop a hill immediately North of Crouch Enf and boasts one of the very best views of the city. All sorts of activities go on here: live gigs by leading names, professional sporting events such as the Masters Snooker and World Darts Championships, an ice rink, pitch and putt golf and various exhibitions.
Piano specialists, other instruments and accessories.
Sheet music, woodwind and string spares and repairs.
A favourite of most clients who come to the studio, Tootoomoo is a great Pan Asian restaurant which also does take out. It is a short walk from The Church.
A traditional but stylish Thai restaurant with a wide variety of great, healthy dishes.
The popular North London cafe chain, Blue Legume has a branch directly opposite The Church. Excellent cafe, restaurant and juice bar open until 11pm Tuesday-Saturday, and 5:30pm on Sundays and Mondays.
A very popular coffee house attracting the Crouch End trendy crowd with its organic menu. It is right next door to the studio.
An excellent bakery which has many other branches spread around affluent areas of London - testament to its quality!
A popular global home cooking family restaurant with an extensive menu packed full of delicious exotic dishes.
A charming local right next to the studio, whose real beauty is that they allow a take-out operation to the studio - just don't put your tray of 10 pints down on the Neve!
The high-end St James Restaurant & Bar serves delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners. A smart bar at the front of the building is stocked with wines and cocktail ingredients, while the refined, white-wall restaurant offers seasonal dishes of a very high standard. It is based in Crouch End, a short bus or cab journey from Livingston.
Built in 1897, The Great Northern Railway Tavern is a Grade II listed pub that has been beautifully refurbished to enhance its original features. The food and beer menus are very popular, and they put on quiz nights, live bands and acoustic gigs regularly.
Although slightly further afield in Harringay, The Salisbury may still be worth a visit especially for avid real ale drinkers - they have a fantastic choice of cask, keg and bottled beers. The food menu is of the pizza / burger ilk.