For a unique Halloween Afternoon Tea experience, it’s all aboard the BBakery Bus Tour. For a spooktacular Afternoon Tea on the move, the B Bus have partnered with Jimini’s edible insects, for a special creepy crawly themed menu. For a limited period only, from the 28th October – 5th November, guests can enjoy an array of themed treats from Devilish Chicken on Tomato Bread to Haunted Cupcakes, complimentary cocktails and a variety of edible insects; all whilst taking in the sights of some of London’s most iconic landmarks. There are four tours a day at 12:30, 15:00, 19:00 and 21:30, lasting approximately an hour and a half and prices start from £55 per person. (Get 20% off on their halloween tours by quoting “Chef JP”* *Limited availabilities – discount on phone bookings only!). For more information and to book…if you dare, visit http://london.b-bakery.com.
High raise dining will be taken to new levels…literally; as ‘London in the Sky’ returns in July next year (19th – 30th July 2017), with what is promised to be their “best ever chef line-up” offering guests an unforgettable Michelin-starred dining experience, over the London sky-line. The full restaurant line-up, including their menus, will be announced in the last week of January 2017. A specially designed “sky table” platform will sit 22 belted in diners, with a guest chef, sommelier and waiting team serving from the centre of the table. Upon arrival guests will be served a glass of champagne (to possibly help calm the nerves) and taken through the registration process, before being suspended 100 feet in the air. Top chefs from some of London’s finest restaurants, such as Michael Reid (M Restaurants), Jeremy Page (L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon) and Calum Franklin (Holborn Dining Room) to name a few, will transfer their menus and dining experiences to this unique event. Guests have the option of breakfast, lunch or dinner (with either an early sitting or sunset sitting) and drink flights are also available in the afternoon and evening. Tickets range from £50 per head for breakfast to £200 for dinner. PRESALE TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT BUT TICKET SALES REOPEN ON 27TH FEBRUARY. For more information visit www.eventsinthesky.co.uk. London In The Sky, 19th – 30th July 2017, Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London, SW1P 4JU.
Celebrating all things Africa, Africa On The Square returns for the third year running on Saturday 15th October, 12pm – 6pm at Trafalgar Square. This year’s event features everything from live music, dance performances and a fashion show; to cultural activities, family & children workshops, market stalls and more. However no celebration of Africa and it’s culture is complete without delicious African food and there will be a variety of African street food stalls representing countries from across the continent, bringing a flavour invasion to Trafalgar Square! This is a FREE event. Saturday 15th October, 12pm-6pm, Trafalgar Square. For more information go to www.london.gov.uk/africa
There is nothing quite as quintessentially British as Afternoon Tea and where better to indulge, than at the five-star Langham Hotel. On Friday 10th June, Palm Court is offering guests Afternoon Tea for the original price it was served in 1865, marking the hotel’s 151th birthday. For just 7p, today’s equivalent of one shilling and sixpence, guests will be able to enjoy a selection of finger sandwiches, dainty cakes, scones and a choice of teas, which would normally set you back £49. For a chance to win a reservation, enter online via the website www.langham7ptea.co.uk and 50 lucky entrants will be selected at random. Good luck! The Langham, 1c Portland Place, London, W1B 1JA www.palm-court.co.uk
You can be forgiven for thinking Christmas has come early as Carlsberg will be serving FREE BEER from their festive Christmas tree in Southbank today, Friday 4th December 2015, between 12pm-7pm. The folks at London On The Inside say ‘Carlsberg will be decking out Southbank with a 27ft real fir tree, complete with candle-lit beer bottles and that all important beer pump to give you all a very HOPPY christmas. So hop on over to Southbank, raise a cheers to Carlsberg and have very MERRY time.’ Observation Point, Riverside Walkway, Southbank, SE1 9LT.
Expandable waistbands at the ready, as Carnaby Street Eat, the one-day international food festival, descends in the heart of the West End on Saturday 11 July from 12pm – 7pm. From Indian to Korean, Peruvian, Hawaiian, Japanese and British, there will be a chance to sample authentic dishes and treats from around the world, as over 30 of the area’s best eateries bring their dishes onto the streets, with taster dishes from £5. Along with a variety of street food and expert cooking demos, festival-goers can expect to be entertained by live acoustic music on the streets of Carnaby. For more information visit http://bit.ly/1Hs8ITT
There is nothing quite as quintessentially British as Afternoon Tea and where better to indulge, than at the five-star Langham Hotel. On 10th June 2015, Palm Court is offering guests Afternoon Tea for the original price it was served in 1865, marking the hotel’s 150th birthday. For just 7p, today’s equivalent of one shilling and sixpence, guests will be able to enjoy a selection of finger sandwiches, dainty cakes, scones and a choice of teas, which would normally set you back £59. For a chance to win a reservation, enter online via the website and 50 lucky entrants will be contacted on the 28th May. Good Luck!
Everyman Cinemas has paired up with Battersea Power Station, Heineken and Street Feast for a summer pop-up experience, like no other, taking place from 10th July – 31st August. Street Feast will be bringing to the table, some of London’s best food traders; including Le Bun, Spit & Roast, Popdogs, Mama’s Jerk and Anna Maes and you’ll be able to quench your thirst at the partially covered bar area, which includes a Prosecco & Oyster Bar. There will of course be lots going on, including the best films and the FIFA World Cup Final (free for Escape to Victory ticket holders) all taking place beneath the iconic towers of the Power Station. Choose from bespoke two or four person pods with waiter service included, comfortable bean bags under the sun, or simply soak up the atmosphere with general admission tickets available each day, which are free before 5.30pm on weekdays, or £5 after and all weekend. The park is open from 12pm daily and offers the public a last chance to access Battersea Pop-Up Park before the area is redeveloped. For further information please go to: http://www.everymancinema.com/venues/thepowerofsummer/venue-details/
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