Author Archives: theimperialdurbar
Musing of the day …
90 Hour Week
We’re a team, my brother and I, in the same way that say… those chimpanzees and boffins in the laxative/cosmetics development and testing division of Pfizer are a team. Well this is what Al tells me anyway. In that way … Continue reading
It’s alive, alive I tell you!
So Six weeks in and six kilos lost… Opening a venue that combines coffee and alcohol is, as a weight loss plan, possibly about as healthy as the atkins “meat ahoy” diet. But like most things you pile (to be … Continue reading
The latest and greatest article on Tooting
The latest and greatest article on Tooting The latest and greatest article on Tooting, hopefully soon to have another venue … #coffeeandcocktails #imperialdurbar
JESSE PINKMAN YO!
Time has lapsed and I may have been a little tardy on this latest entry. Many moons ago and before a fair few trips to A&E with various self inflicted power tool related injuries (my suggestion of airmiles and a … Continue reading
Chai Master Extraordinaire
Every now and again one comes across a rather special individual rain man way). Whoever they may be or wherever you find them it is clear in an instant with an infectious enthusiasm and quite a considerable chunk of pride … Continue reading
Bit of steampunking for the Imperial Durbar
The first effort to produce an interesting item/oddity for the new coffee and cocktails bar…. Might need an amp and a bigger speaker but rather like it as a first attempt! one of a couple to dress the bar!
Tooting is the place to be…. Apparently
Tooting is the place to be…. Apparently Far be it from me to argue with the Times… but does this mean I am destined to be?!
Every aspect of our foray into the coffee and cocktail scene seems to be a bit of a endorphin o’ plenty thrill. Reminiscing on past exploits and jollies into the catering world, there were never such rewarding times. Long hours … Continue reading
There was the word and the word was… Well we didn’t know, to be honest there are yet undiscovered Pygmy, ape-man tribes in the amazon who had more grasp of a business concept than we had. We were flying by … Continue reading