b'1 2Take a 15-minute walk from The Boulevard and youll findall kinds of local delights.Follow an imaginary dial from west to east, South Bank to Bankside. Take a ride on the London Eye, and enjoy a lazy promenade with coffee and crpes from the food marketunder the bridge. The nations best culture is here, so catch a performanceon the hop or book tickets for an epic concert, film festival,art show or gig. Its a stroll to The Cut and the Old orNew Vic for an effortless night out: tapas at Don Felipe,a good play and a post-show chaser of thespian drinks in The Windmill.Head east into a maze of back streets, dotted with bars The Boulevard SE1 15and restaurants, cobblestone yards and quirky arts spaces. Follow the Low Line, stopping for beer and bonhomie inthe Old Union Yard Arches or Flat Iron Square. From here, its a short walk to Borough, Bankside orThe Shard: perfect for cocktails with a view, on therainbow-lit riverside, or from Gong at level 52.31. Blackfriars Road One of Londons only true boulevards, this key artery feeds into The Cut,Union Street, and the South Bank, before reachingthe Thames crossing at Blackfriars Bridge.2. The Old Vic This unique, versatile space isrenowned for its daring performance programmeand affordable previews ticket scheme, makingworld-class performance easier to access.3. Laughing Gravy Modern British food in an old foundry on Blackfriars Road. Fresh seasonal flavours, great cocktails and consistently good reviews.4. Menier Theatre The location for numerous award-winning shows, this unique 180-seat theatre space,with adjoining restaurant, bar and rehearsal space,4brings a touch of fringe to the capital.'