Blue is the colour for new Babe
Only 20 per cent of Babe Ruth customers understand the significance of the name - Babe Ruth, holder of the home-runs record for over half a century, was arguably the greatest American baseball player ever, greater even than the legendary Joe di Maggio. For fans, the eponymous restaurant in the O2 shopping complex in Finchley Road, North London, may come as a bit of a let-down: apart from a helmet, a few signed tops and the Louisville Slugger baseball bat signed by the ny mets, there ...
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