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Jack Solomons Club
A hidden club named after the famous boxing promoter Jack Solomons is going to become the new place to be in Soho. Specialising in whiskey with an extensive menu of cocktails including Black Jack and Fen Tiger, you can also expect live bands as well as DJs to whisk you into the early hours!
Harry's Dolce Vita
Italian food lovers are in luck! New to Knightsbridge, this restaurant will be serving ’50s and ’60s inspired Italian food and drink. From classic fish dishes like Spigola Al Cartoccio to an extensive range of cocktails and a big dessert offering that includes panna cotta, cannoli, and tiramisu.
Enjoy all-natural carbonated tonics, ancient fermented tea beverages and spirits in this new pop up bar that will be running until the end of February. Food wise, there will be sharing plates of the finest fermented food!
Experience a different kind of Christmas feast this winter with a dinner party infamous for its banquet menu, colourful characters, delectable cocktails, secret rooms... A truly entertaining and immersive experience that doesn't disappoint!
Enjoy the ultimate in private dining with these Snow Globes available for the evening for groups of up to 10 people. These heated domes will offer a unique way to experience dining on the Southbank with stunning views of the river.
The Pergola team are opening another exciting foodie and drink spot in West Brompton this November. An entire street will be transformed into a new alfresco venue including two bars, four restaurants and an enclosed woodland pergola garden. Perfect to embrace the cold months!
The Flavour Gallery
Consume art in a completely different way through the new experiential event from the masters of edible cocktails, Smith & Sinclair. Featuring artists such as Terry Pastor and partnering with liqueur experts Lanique, The Flavour Gallery will appeal to all your five senses.
Love Japanese food? Try the hand-made Soba noodles by this famous fine-dining Japanese restaurant in Paris, now opening a branch in the Strand. Along with their top noodles, on the menu you will find tempura, sushi, sashimi and cocktails.
Death Defying Drinks
Dandeylan will be collaborating with Mexican bar Licoreria Limantour to create an exclusive menu of ‘Death Defying Drinks’ for Halloween.
Leave familiar Mayfair behind and enter the aquatic underworld of Scary Fish on Tuesday, 31 October. You will be treated to a tantalising menu featuring over ten dishes including Wagyu fat “paranormal popcorn” and a Deluxe Sushi platter. Mystical creatures will perform and guest DJs will keep the party pumping long past the witching hour.
Heist Bank Beer Festival
The first ever Heist Bank Beer Festival will be a full weekend of keg and cask beer festivities in the Paddington bar. With 30+ breweries involved from around the globe and over 100 beers available to try across the weekend, the Heist Bank Beer Festival will be a big celebration of everything from hoppy lagers to unusual IPAs and will bring together beers rarely available in the Capital for one big party.
Enjoy a ghoulish Halloween Afternoon Tea including tantalising treats such as avocado, feta and sunflower pumpernickel, apple and toffee tartlet and chocolate and blackberry Opera coffin cake. Savour old favourites like homemade scones and tasty finger sandwiches, and top it all off with a Spooky cocktail.
Inspired by America’s most infamous prison, Alcotraz is an immersive drinking experience of the highest kind. From the orange jumpsuits upon entrance, to the cold metallic cells, Alcotraz becomes the perfect backdrop to enjoy a drink within an epic yet intimate environment.
Erith Lighthouse is going to be reopening! The pink and blue polycarbonate popup is going to be moved to Erith’s iconic pier where it’ll host a series of dinners prepared by six young chefs and celebrating a vision of London’s varied food culture and the area’s agricultural heritage.
Cub comes to us from Ryan Chetiyawardana, the booze genius behind White Lyan and Dandelyan and Doug McMaster of Brighton’s pioneering zero-waste restaurant Silo. The idea is to “blur the boundaries between food and drink”. Chefs, bartenders, and indeed “chef-bartenders” all work in unison to create the menus, whose courses will present food & drink alongside each other.
Jacob The Angel
There's another new place from the people behind the ever-popular The Palomar and The Barbary, siblings Layo and Zoe Paskin. They're opening a new coffee shop called Jacob the Angel in Neal's Yard. Expect freshly baked cakes, pastries and pies, "generously filled sandwiches" and seasonal salads.
Experience the best Japanese culture, creativity and culinary kapow! The latest from Robin Leigh, the chap behind Nobu and Busaba Eathai. On the menu, you'll find ramen - but not just any ramen, ramen with wagyu beef and king crab. And there are burgers made with a mix of wagyu and prime British grass-fed beef!
Harry Potter Supper Club
Potter fans, get ready. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Boy Who Lived, Covent Garden members’ club The Library is hosting a seven-course Harry Potter inspired dinner series – and it looks magic!
Billy & Jack are back! Bringing their sell-out supperclub to London for one month in partnership with Silent Pool Gin. Taking place on top of the Southbank Centre, they’ll be hosting brunches, early suppers and feasts.
Lucky & Joy
Want to branch out from your usual Chinese order? Then head to Lucky & Joy, where Ellen Parr (co-founder of The Art of Dining) and Pete Kelly will be serving up a menu that maps the breath of regional Chinese cooking.
Core By Clare Smyth
The former Chef Patron of Gordon Ramsay Royal Hospital Road, and holder of three Michelin Stars, is opening her first solo venture and it's going to be one of London's biggest openings.