Venue: Fabulous FeastAddress:
Cost: Various offers
After last year’s success Fabulous Feast is back on St John’s Hill for a week long celebration of food and drink. Bars, restaurants, cafes and other eateries on St John’s Hill will all be taking part, offering exclusive menus for £15 and various foodie events throughout the week. Why should you go? Tasty grub, banging drinks and a chance to partake in live cookery demos, interactive classes and tutored tastings. See you there.
Courvoisier are bringing a taste of the 1920s to Harrods with the Great Gatsby pop up. Between the 9th and 20th of May visitors can visit the pop up daily in the exclusive Tasting Room, and on select days there will be complimentary Brandy Crusta cocktails, inspired by the Great Gatsby era, to be enjoyed in the surroundings of a sultry 1920s underground bar and lounge area.
Venue: Gin Shed, 5th Floor Magdalen HouseAddress:
Located on a roof top terrace, lies the Frankenstein layer of cocktail making. Go experimental and join top drink specialists and herbalists creating cocktails, herb tonics and infusions using home grown, recycled and foraged ingredients. Drinks will be paired with Tapas dishes by the resident chef that changes monthly. Go wild or go home!
Monthly chef residencies:
April – Stamppot
May – The Foragers
June – Rebel Dining Society
Venue: The PalmAddress:
Cost: £5-£9 per item
Feel like a spot of lobster fondu, charcuterie board or steak slider from as little at £5? Then get yourself down to The Palm asap for their nightly offer PrimeTime. From 5pm until closing seven days a week, what you pay is determined by the clock. Choose from their menu of Prime Bites and classic and specialty cocktails and get comfortable, you’ll be here a while.
Could it get any better? Sure. On Mondays the clock stops at 5pm for locals, so you can get your lobster freak on for £5 all night. Nice.
Prices are as follows:
5 – 6pm £5
6 – 7pm £6
7 – 8pm £7
8 – 9pm £8
9pm – close £9
Venue: The Water PoetAddress:
Cost: Free entry
We all love a bit of Eurotrash, so what better way to catch the Eurovision Song Contest than at The Water Poet’s legendary Eurovision screening party? Prepare yourself for some serious partying Euro-style, with the final being shown on all seven of their big screens. Hang chilly at their outdoor Swedish cider bar (courtesy of Rekorderlig), at the Viking longboat bar or in their downstairs cinema where they’ll be serving up the ‘Euro-trashiest’ of food and booze – Abbasolute Screwball anyone? Nice. There’ll also be a boozy prize for the best dressed, so whether you don a Swan dress or turn up as flat-pack furniture your efforts will be rewarded!
Eurotrash menu and cocktails from 6pm
Eurovision Song Contest screening from 8pm
Venue: Brindisa Tapas KitchensAddress:
Bombay Sapphire gin will be joining forces with authentic Spanish restaurant group Brindisa Tapas Kitchens to launch a specially created ʻUltimate G&T Tapas Pairingʼ across its four London restaurants. Taking inspiration from the original idea of tapas from the 17th Century, where you were served a drink with a small plate of food sat on top of it, this new tapas pairing features the Ultimate G&T with a special caperberry garnish and a small plate of expertly selected ibérico bellota jamón and almonds. Get yourself there pronto.
On at: Tapas Brindisa London Bridge, Tapa Brindisa Soho, Casa Brindisa South Kensington and newly opened Tramontana Brindisa in Shoreditch.