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  • duvet

    Fancy being wined and dined for free by Gizzi Erskine? You'd be fools not to. Well that's what's on offer with a popup hitting Shoreditch next week. #DuvetDining is a one day restaurant popping up at The Loft on Kingsland Road. To win one of 24 seats at the lunch, you'll have to enter a competition on TK Maxx's Facebook page between 6pm tonight and midnight on Sunday.

    If you're wondering what the duvet alludes to, it's because you'll be dining inside duvet forts made

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  • Le Bao heads to the Lido for their next pop-up

    Nest up at Herne' Hill's Lido Cafe are streetfood stars Le Bao - and they've got some great sounding steamed buns to offer at the poolside cafe (with weather than you might actually consider a dip too): 

    • The Original (spicy pork confit, pickled cucumbers, powdered peanuts)
    • Mary Had A Little Bao (Moroccan merguez patty, harissa mayo, cress, pomegranate seeds)
    • Say Cheese (grilled goat cheese, crispy
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  • johnlewis

    The rooftop dining scene on Oxford Street is already ramping up for summer with the opening of Notch on 5 May. But now we're hearing of another roof scene that looks set to dominate the street's summer scene.

    John Lewis, of all places, has teamed up with event organisers Night Tales to put on a series of rooftop residencies by some of the hottest

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  • magazine

    So this sounds like a must-have ticket come the summer. Take an iconic London building (in this case the Serpentine Sackler gallery), set up a huge outside table and invite some of London's best chefs to turn up and cook an amazing alfresco feast.

    That's the plan for a series of dinners at the late Zaha Hadid-designed Magazine restaurant. The Park Table will be one long curving table seating 50 diners. The organisers were inspired by the American Oustanding in the

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  • tables

    This is not a drill (or an April Fool) or at least we don't think it is. The folk behind the Breaking Bad cocktail bar are intending to launch a naked dining experience in London. There is SO much wrong with this, we barely know how to write it, but just in case this in any way sounds like something you might be interested, here's what you need to

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  • Fowl Mouths Japanese comfort food come to the Lido Cafe for April

    If you are already missing Fowl Mouths after their King & Co pop-up, they're back. Next up for the Japanese pop-up is the Lido Cafe in Dulwich. On the menu will be:

    • Teriyaki Chilli Wings
    • Ponzu Steak marinated in citrus-seasoned soy sauce
    • Grilled English Asparagus
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  • Junkyard Golf brings crazy Golf to the Truman Brewery

    We're already keenly awaiting the return of Swingers, but now there's news of ANOTHER crazy golf venue coming to the City. 

    Junkyard Golf (already a big hit in Manchester) will be taking over the Truman Brewery in May. As the name suggests, it's a crazy golf course made up of all sorts of recycled bits and bobs.

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  • lyancellar

    You may have been reading about White Lyan's revolutionary new 'wine' offering - the revolution being that they don't actually grapes to make it. Instead the team have been creating drinks based on taking the "flavour profile" of wine and deconstructing it, and then rebuilding it.

    Now they're planning a five day pop up "wine bar". Lyan Cellars will run run for five days next week at Lantana Cafe in Shoreditch. And they've brought in Doug McMaster of Brighton

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  • avopopup

    Updated 4/4/16 with new dates

    It was only a matter of time, we suppose, before London experienced its first pop-up devoted to the avocado. Avo-Brunch Pop-up is the brainchild of Meredith O’Shaughnessy. She's putting on a 5 course avocado inspired brunch menu, featuring avocado cocktails and a DJ for post brunch entertainment.

    Things kick off with an avocado margarita before launching into the menu:

    • Avocado gazpacho with watermelon
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  • potlatch

    Everybody likes a new, interesting venture and, following The Potlatch's sold-out launch event last month, they're back with a second installment. This month, Nick Gilkinson has chosen The Clerkenwell Kitchen - who specialise in organic and free-range produce - to host his 'gift-giving feast'. In the kitchen is current Portland sous chef, Edoardo Pellicano, and his five course menu for the pop-up's second event sounds amazing.

    After enjoying a welcome cocktail

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  • Pizza Pilgrims and Forza win reunite for a month-long Peckham residency

    Back at the very beginning of Forza Win, it was the team up between Forza and Pizza Pilgrims which kicked everything off on a Shoreditch rooftop. Now they're teaming up again (as Forza Win get ready to open another restaurant) with a two month residency in Peckham. On the menu

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  • cocktails afterhours

    JaguarShoes Collective are expanding their empire further north, taking over pie and mash spot Manze on Chapel Market for two months. Every evening the beautiful art deco cafe will transform into a cocktail speakeasy. They'll be serving up prohibition era style cocktails with a modern twist - such as Hanky Panky - Gin, Sweet Vermouth, Fernet Branca Menta. They're also promising plenty of oysters too. If you're heading out after work, head down there

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  • rawsonbasque main

    As anyone who came to our Elements party will know, chef Adam Rawson is certainly one to watch. He was proclaimed Chef of the Year at last year's YBFs after coming to attention heading up the kitchen at Pachamama. Now he's spending the coming months globetrotting and bringing back the food and inspiration from his travels for a series of

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  • tata main

    When EVERYONE you know is raving about a particular supperclub, and you haven't been, you know it's time to get in the loop. We had heard a lot about Tata Eatery. They're regulars at Druid St and also did a hugely successful rice tasting menu collaborating with Matt Chatfield from The Cornwall Project last year at the Newman Arms.

    Well Meng and Ana - along with sake sommelier Elyse Li are heading back to the Newman Arms for a Saturday residency in March.

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  • celeriac

    We're suckers for a good pop-up and the latest, interesting venture launching in London is taking over the Canvas Cafe just off Brick Lane for its opening night.

    The Potlatch has several interesting folk involved. It's the brainchild of Nick Gilkinson - a manager with D&D London and part of the team that's just opened The German Gymnasium in King’s Cross. In the kitchen is former Clove Club chef, Jonathan Williams and his four course menu for the pop-up's first

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