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Impression scrap

MessagePosté: Ven 3 Nov 2017 05:11
de davestephans
For the Majority of Us, the closest we get to showing off our Hand-eye coordination in the pub is taking a tray of drinks to your table or performing our epic 'pint glass balanced on a folded-up crisp package' trick. However, the growing amount of games-themed pubs and restaurants popping up all over the capital mean that boules is becoming boozed-up and crazy golfing can, er, get even more crazy ping pong paddles review.

Ping pong tables have been dragged from dusty, youth-club Basements and to some of London's coolest bars. The Bat and Ball (thebatandball.com) opened in Westfield Stratford City in December 2015, offering the winning mix of prosecco, pizza and ping pong tables. And if your function is not up to scratch, then they have 'games masters' available to explain to you the way you can topspin and demo drinking games like Beer Pong.

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Danny Webster Clamp, manager of The Bat and Ball, considers The recent surge of sports-themed pubs is only just starting. "People are looking for more from their night out than just sitting in a pub - they need an interactive experience," he says. "And ping pong is ideal because anyone can do it. You don't need any lessons or equipment - you can just rock up after work and begin rallying."

Bounce (bouncepingpong.com) bills itself as "Europe's Largest purpose-built social ping pong club", and now has branches in Shoreditch and Farringdon offering complete table (tennis) support, an open-counter pizza shop plus tennis-themed cocktail menu. "Anything individuals engage with this has actions, enjoyable and competitiveness, where you can also have a drink in 1 hand, is basically going to function," says Adam Breeden, co-founder of Bounce.

And he should know. He also made bowling trendy at All Star Lanes (four places, including Westfield Stratford City, E20, allstarlanes.co.uk), and has recently launched the Flight Club (two Worship Street, EC2A, flightclubdarts.com), which provides darts a hipster reboot with high-speed cameras to monitor our shot and a computer calculating your score http://bestpingpongpaddles.com/tables-reviews/.

Then there's mad golf - once the preserve of dull family Holidays, it's been reinvented as the ideal post-work bonding activity. Plus fours optional. East London hangout Plonk (three locations, plonkgolf.co.uk) includes a new venue in Brixton alongside its Dalston and Hoxton sites, with novelty courses suitable for all levels of skill/ sobriety. And popular Shoreditch popup Swingers (swingersldn.co.uk) will open at a new place in the City in June 2016, boasting two nine-hole classes, four bars, a gin terrace and 3 streetfood stalls such as Pizza Pilgrims and Patty & Bun to feed hungry golfers. Ever since Karl Lagerfeld hosted a starstudded 'petanque' championship in St Tropez at 2010, boules has been formally on-trend, and Provence-themed cocktail bar Baranis (115 Chancery Lane, WC2A, baranis.co.uk) is the place to try your hand at this traditional French park sport - with a glass of Pastis.

If you'd rather give your thumbs a workout, Peckham pub Four Quarters (187 Rye Lane, SE15, facebook.com/fourquartersbar) is stacked with all of your favourite arcade classics, and Cafe Kick (two locations, cafekick.co.uk) has many table soccer tables - and space to demonstrate your goal celebrations.

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But if all that sounds too much like hard work, the Kickstarter-funded Draughts (337 Acton Mews, E8, draughtslondon.com) is London's first board- game cafe, where you could sip craft ales and get absurdly aggressive about Monopoly. 1 thing's for certain, only going out for a drink now seems positively lazy.
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"People are looking for more than Simply sitting in a pub - they need an interactive experience"

Re: Impression scrap

MessagePosté: Ven 3 Nov 2017 13:06
de monikk
Bonjour Davestephans

bienvenue sur ce forum

pour l'impression papier, désolée je n'ai pas d'infos, mon imprimante n'étant pas d'assez bonne qualité. Je pense que c'est plus la qualité de l'imprimante qui va déterminer celle des impressions.

A tout hasard, présente une de tes pages sur la galerie, et ajoute un commentaire reprenant ta question https://www.studio-scrap.com/galerie/ ... tu auras sans doute plus de réponses

pour info, j'imprime mes assemblages chez Photobox (j'attends qu'ils fassent des réductions à 70 %)

bon scrap et à bientôt