Nine months later and, according to The Debrief at least, the app has already lost its mojo.Yet while I can see their point (one of my girl friends said to me recently: ‘I think I’ve swiped left on every guy within the M25), whenever I have poked my nose into it in recent months there are still plenty of new faces to pause over.Want to seem cool and edgy and ontop of all things cool and edgy in London?
And while it might no longer be the coolest app out there (apparently that is now Cuddlr, the PG version of Tinder for those who don’t know, Independent Article), I think its appeal still holds.
There are plenty of single people out there who have toyed with the idea of dating websites but never quite got their act together (*raises hand*). You download it over wine with your mates, choose a couple of photos from your Facebook account, and that’s it, you’re saddled up and ready to head off into the Tinder wilderness.
The new space supports local jobs, training and enterprise by hosting a new generation of independent start-ups and businesses from the Brixton and Lambeth areas.
We’d recommend Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, Miss P’s Barbecue, Kricket and Donostia Social Club for some grub. You’re just so tasty and loyal and…apparently cultural?
The Tate Modern is also open until 10pm on Friday and Saturdays while the Tate Britain has a lates on the first Friday of every month.