Hot Dinners rounds up some of the best food and restaurant pop-ups and events around town at the moment.
It's the last big hurrah of the summer - three days for you to eat and drink your way round London. And - don't faint dead away now - it's actually supposed to be sunny as well! Here's what London's restaurants and bars have planned for the August bank holiday weekend.
Love cycling? Love eating well? If you're at the intersection of both of those on a Venn diagram, then LeBlanq would be the perfect holiday for you. Imagine world class food and the best sports icons in cycling coming together for a weekend.
The man behind this luxury cycling tour is Taste of London creator Justin Clarke and he's brought in Sean Yates (Tour de France winning Directeur Sportif) and Ashley
Restaurants, bars and pubs are coming back - but what about the festivals? Looks like they're going to be mainly virtual for the foreseeable, which is forcing a lot of folk to be particularly inventive about how they do just that.
The 2020 London Pizza Festival is one such bash. Run by Daniel Young of Young & Foodish, it's spent the last five years bringing in the crowds at Borough Market. Now that that's not possible the new event will be
Missed our online Prosecco tasting? Here's what to buy to recreate it and you can watch our Instagram live video to taste along with us.
There's an all-star line-up at Soho House's White City House next week for a special charity dinner.
Hus Vedat, Neil Rankin, Josh Katz, Sabrina Ghayour, Harneet Baweja and Nirmal Save are all coming together for an evening of top drawer food in aid of Action Against Hunger, a global nonprofit that works to ensure everyone has access to clean water, food, training and healthcare.
The dinner, hosted by DJ BBQ, is on
Many restaurants across London are keen to help raise money to support those affected by the catastrophic Australian fires, from wildlife charities to disaster relief. Instagrammers Felicity Spector and Clerkenwell Boy have been hard at work collating a list of the events and efforts for Hot Dinners.
If you've ever thought that white wine was the only natural pairing with seafood then a recent event in Shoreditch might have helped dispel that notion. The Oystermen Seafood, Saké & Wine Pop-Up was all about highlighting the trend of sake pairing with seafood as a better tasting and more interesting alternative.
You may be the kind of person for whom the very idea of Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is worse than spending the holidays with your in-laws, in which case there's nothing to see here. If, however, like us, anything that combines rollercoasters with hot toddies, more churros than you can shake a candy cane at AND covers it all with a sprinkling of fake snow and Christmas cheer is just the thing for you, then you're in the right
Another modern heralding of Christmas in the capital (along with the arrival of Christmas sandwiches) is the opening of various skating rinks around town, but the big one has always been Skate at Somerset House. Now in its 20th year, the rink is being sponsored, once again, by Fortnums.
What that means is there's a whole host of lovely food
The upcoming Mayfair Literary Festival has a couple of events that London's foodies might want to get on their radar.
The Fumoir at Claridge’s is the setting for a talk called “Tales from Couture” from legendary fashion illustrator and Claridge’s artist in residence David Downton.
Tales from the kitchen sees chef and food writer Ravinder Bhogal heading a panel of some
If you manage to secure tickets to this year's Pie Night at Dominique Ansel Bakery, then you'll feel pretty damned smug. This year, Ansel is changing things up for his all-you-can-eat pie fest, bringing in some of London's top chefs to help out.
In the mix are The Ledbury's Brett Graham, Sabor's Nieves Barragán, Ottolenghi's Helen Goh, The Greenhouse's Alex Dilling, and royal wedding baker Violet Cakes's Claire Ptak. In
Join The Jugged Hare’s infamous gourmet dinner series this game season, The Murphia Games, as they enjoy the finest culinary creations from Ireland’s most celebrated chefs.
The annual British Street Food Awards is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, with the finals of the competition taking place once again at Street Feast’s Hawker House, on September 13th and 14th.
There will be 16 finalists from all over the UK cooking at Hawker House over the two days, with each having come through regional heats over the past few months for their place in the final. Each of the traders will put forward two
Having launched in New York back in 2011, Goatober is now an annual fixture in major cities around the world, including London, where it was introduced in 2016 by James Whetlor of Cabrito Goat Meat. Celebrating all things goat, this year’s line up of events in London is sounding excellent.
To kick things off, there’s a launch event on 1 October at Brigade Bar + Kitchen with Calum Franklin, Gizzi Erskine, Karan Gokani (Hoppers), and Pete Denhart (Head
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