Tucked in under the arches at Cambridge Heath is a pop-up inspired by travels around regional China
While we still have to wait another FOUR months until The Last Jedi opens, that's not stopping them releasing all manner of Star Wars goodies from the film this Friday (aka Force Friday II). And while, yes, we may well have our eye on a BB-9E or two, it's the news of a pop-up cantina at John Lewis that's got us properly excited.
It's opening specifically for the midnight Force Friday event in the Oxford Street store
Off the Wall & Onto the Plate sounds a bit Willy Wonka-esque if you ask us, but that’s the name of a new ‘decor-inspired’ pop-up coming to Soho’s The House of Wallpaper. So yes. The menu is entirely inspired by wallpaper. All seven courses of it.
But what, exactly, constitutes food that is wallpaper-esque? Leave it to experimental chef Pedro Passinhas who’s managed to dream up
If you like a bit of an illicit vibe to your drinks, be it Bucks Fizz at breakfast or a secret speakeasy, now you can go the whole hog and literally drink in prison at Alcotraz, a new prison-themed cocktail bar popping up on Brick Lane - orange jumpsuit
Missed fodder’s three-day pop-up in Borough Wine & Beers subterranean nano-brewery? Good news: they’re returning to Brewery Below for a whole month this time, bringing a brand new menu packed with wild, foraged ingredients *and* a new chef.
This time around Ollie Downey will be joining Michael Thompson in the kitchen, bringing together their joint Claridge's experience to roll out a menu that’s full of food themed around the changing seasons. You can
Bento boxes are always a reliable go-to when we’re in a Japanese restaurant, with their comforting array of rectangular portions that guarantee you a little bit of everything. About time they took a turn in a spotlight, which is why we’re delighted to hear about a new Bento box pop-up called Mission Sato, which opened earlier this month. And not only that, but the man behind it is Angelo Sato, who previously worked
Best known for Duck and Waffle, Dan Doherty is trying out his new concept, starting with a pop-up at Harvey Nichols. We went down to take a look
Last year, the much-obsessed-over Hello Kitty opened up the pop-up Hello Kitty cafe at Cutter and Squidge. Well, that must have been a success because they're back again - this time taking over Tombo Fitzrovia for six weeks.
There will be Hello Kitty poké. Yes, even HK is getting in on that trend - and Tombo is already known for it. Alongside that will be Hello Kitty ice cream
Jason Atherton's Little Social transforms into a Canadian lodge serving poutine, tourtière and nanaimo bar.
Breddos, Old Street’s now-legendary taco slingers, are continuing to nail it with their ongoing series of collaborations with the announcement they’ll be joining forces with Oslo’s Pjoltergeist.
The Scandi restaurant, which is famed for atmospheric, dive-bar-esque interior and Asian-Mexican-Norwegian fusion menu will be stopping in to Breddos for an all-day taco and mezcal party. That'll be
If you’ve got a dusty toastie machine shoved behind your pots and pans that you STILL can’t quite bring yourself to get rid of, then here’s one for you - a residency from a Tottenham cheesemonger is coming to St Pancras, and the whole thing’s going to revolve around the classic Breville toasted sandwich maker.
The residency will be led by Wine & Rind’s Holly Chaves, a cheesemonger with a cheese and wine bar in
27/7/17 - updated with details of the menu
It recently got voted number one in the World's 50 Best Bars list, but if you haven't managed to make it to New York to try Dead Rabbit, then fear not - it's coming to you.
Fresh on the heels of the
The self-dubbed “MasterChef losers 2016” Bill & Jack, who were finalists on the cooking reality TV show, are bringing their culinary skills to a one month pop-up in the Southbank Centre.
Sometimes detail is too much - enjoy the simpler things with this two note pop-up
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