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Darcie & May Green

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Grand Union Canal, Paddington
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The crucial difference between Darcie and May Green and all of London’s other converted barges is that it’s incredibly extra. Being extra is important in the summer, that’s why it’s the one season when you make contact with that uni friend who knows how to open a wine bottle with their toes and has a collection of feather boas. Designed by artist Sir Peter Blake, it’s definitely not subtle but between the Aussie bottomless brunches and fruit-heavy cocktails, it is a lot of fun. FYI the evening tacos will not set your soul alight. Don’t worry, you’re not here for them, you’re here to sprawl on the top deck with a watermelon margarita and pretend you’re not opposite Paddington station.

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