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Tomahawk Steak, Boisdale Of Bishopsgate
IN A NUTSHELL
You don't have to dress up as a cowboy to enjoy the Tomahawk Steak at Boisdale, but it does help.
The Factory House is billed as a haven for "the modern industrialist".
It's steeped in clever branding, hip pen and ink sketches.
Guests are encouraged to clock on, punching a card in an impressive mechanical relic, as they arrive.
Canary Wharf will become the biggest employer of bankers in Europe in the next couple of months, finally overshadowing the centuries-old preeminence of the City.
The decanting of 8,000 jobs by JP Morgan from the Square Mile to 25 Bank Street will turn the estate into the country's - and Europe's - top financial hub sometime in July.
The DLR functions as a major artery pumping humanity between London's financial kidneys on the Isle of Dogs (yes this is a thinly veiled reference to the FSA cleaning the blood of the City's finances) and its heart in the Square Mile. Wharfers regularly find themselves washed up at the wrong end, casting about for the warmth of a pleasant environment amid the cold streets of Bank or Moorgate.
Psychogeography is an actual thing, a proper area of research, and not just some pseudo course dreamt up by the Hanger Lane Gyratory School of Further Studies to con Arabs out of £9,000.
It is the study of the effects of the environment on the emotions and behaviour of its inhabitants.