With a three day weekend soon approaching, it provides the perfect opportunity to get out and about in London. So whether you are looking for a new spot to eat, a cultural experience, or simply somewhere to embrace the great outdoors, we have collated the perfect list for you.
Now in it’s 11th year, Foodies Festival is the biggest in the UK, and travels all over the country to show the public Michelin starred and top chefs cooking their signature reciepes. Enjoy the live music stage whilst feasting on food and tasting champagne.
GALA at Brockwell Park
A fantastic variety of independent music, food and drink set in Brockwell Park. GALA aims to bring the very best of South London’s restaurants, bars and partiees together for one day only, with plenty of fun and games to accompany them.
Spencer House Garden Open Days
Built between 1756-1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997) it is London’s finest surviving eighteenth-century town house
For the first time since 2011 the garden will be open to the public, with tours around the grounds avaialble. This is the perfect chance to soak up the sun and culture.
All aboard for a two-and-a-half-hour canal boat cruise of the River Lea; departing from Hackney Wick at the edge of the London Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park before heading out on one of two routes. The boat is light and airy with open-air roof sections to soak up the sun on bright summers days, but warm, cosy and sheltered should the Great British weather decide to do what it does best. Enjoy a variety of cocktails and light snacks whilst you travel!
Opened in 2006 May 2006, Arbutus boasts an intimate dining area with a décor that does not compromise on style or elegance. A truly exquisite place to eat with Michelin star chefs!
Looking for a different kind of dining experiece? Look no further than Gastrophysics. This sensory dining experience compromises of a multi course tasting menu, each stimulating all senses.