For a sect of our readers whom I think perhaps don’t get their fair share of posts, I thought I’d begin a series for night spots, clubs, and pubs. Now regardless of age or gender we all like to go out for a few belts sometimes and living in London affords you more than your fair share of places of opportunity. I thought it would be good to start with some chaps that know what it’s like to be an American moving to London. Owning directors
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Relocation London: Relocate to the Bar
, Rys Oldfield, and Leigh Miller, all American bartenders who worked back in the states together tending bar for TGIFridays, until just over 10 years ago they moved here and started their own bar empire. With 11 locations and one more in the works, I thought even if you’re looking for a place with your mates from work these locations are all about central London( everywhere but North London), and you’ll be close to one no doubt. Heck, if you are a student, or looking for jobs in London after your recent relocation to London,
We spoke in the first post in this series about relocation to London and moving your family, how an international relocation is gargantuan on kids in their pre-teen and teenage years. This being that teens and pre-teens are really now measuring themselves as well as their self-esteem based upon their social status with friends and peers. When this age is trying so hard to find themselves and their place in their worlds, both their social worlds and who they are, to have to tell them you are moving to London and that they have to start over in a new world is shocking and can be very overwhelming for them.
When you are moving to London you will start hearing about ‘The City’. The city of London is a large city and in that city is an area that is called ‘The City’. Relocation to London can be confusing can’t it?