Pop Up Restaurants In London
The Best Pop Up Restaurants In London - October 2014
(Image: The Last Gingerline Event)
Round one: Dirty Bones and Tommi’s dishes served along with a range of specially created hot dogs (Tommi’s Burger Dog), burgers (Fried Chicken Burger) and shakes (The Strawberry Shortbread).
Round two: Live soul acts and DJ’s spinning classic Motown, Jazz, Hip-Hop and Funk beats from the Dirty Bones and Tommi’s music camps.
Nope, we got nothing.
Details: Every Sunday in October | Dirty Bones, Kensington, W8 4EP
Selina Periampillai's taking Four O Nine’s kitchen for a six course pop up menu full of things you’ve never heard of and can’t pronounce.
Bit like her last name.
Details: 15th October | Four O Nine Restaurant, Clapham Road, SW9 9BT | £49 To book, email RSVP@fouronine.co.uk
Metaphorically step back in time with Food Through The Ages and dine in period rooms of The Geffrye Museum with fare of the associated era. Fare like Quail egg and bacon on toast, served up with intriguing stories and fascinating bygone snippets by historian Kate Colquhoun
You may even meet your future other half.
And the rest would be history.
Details: 16th October, 7-10pm | The Geffrye, Museum of the Home, Kingsland Rd | £50 drink on arrival, canapés and three courses
The Art of Dining’s one-night-only celebration of World Food Day will see event chef Ellen Parr plating up a four-course ‘seed inspired’ interactive meal. The table is to be laid by designer Alice Hodge, with extravagant edible and seasonal decorations, inside the stunning chapel of the Garden Museum.
Details: Thursday 16th October, 7:30pm | The Garden Museum, London SE1 | Tickets are £50 and include four courses, a drink on arrival and a glass of wine
TOAST and US eatery The Lockhart are joining forces for a night of talks on the history and future of Southern American cuisine featuring cocktails, a large family-style dinner, wine and doughnuts.
We repeat, doughnuts.
Details: Monday 20th October, 6:30pm | The Lockhart, 22-14 Seymour Pl, W1H 7NL | £65
Donostia Social Club, the Basque inspired baby blue and white street food van you may have seen pottering London’s cobble stoned alleys have an announcement.
….their van in the garage for two months and swapping it for a kitchen residency at The King & Co pub, Clapham. Wherein they will plate up daily changing specials, Basque inspired Sunday sharing brunches and roasts alongside craft brews, draft ales and real ciders.
Details: October – 30th November | The King & Co, SW4 7BZ
Jude’s is a family ice cream business out of Hampshire. If Jude’s decided to celebrate the start of Chocolate Week by giving out free mochagatos (chocolate made with 100% cocoa solids doused in hot espresso) then – assuming every person in London is going to want one - how much milk will their cows need to produce in order to avoid them running out of stock?
Who cares: Jude’s are giving out free Mochagatos.
Details: 13th and 14th October | The Foot of the King’s Cross Blvd
Gingerline - one of London's preeminent 'top secret' immersive dining experiences - is going off piste by kickstarting a brand new culinary adventure inside an as-yet-unveiled venue located somewhere on The Jubilee Line.
The process for taking part, in reverse order, is:
4. Enjoy immersive entertainment and 4+ courses prepared by avant-garde chefs in a parallel dining reality.
3. Follow a trail of mysterious text messages to find the hidden venue.
2. Buy a ticket.
1. Read the sentence below this one.
Tickets go on sale HERE at 12pm on Monday 1st September.
Details: From 24th Sept 2014 | A Secret Location | £53-£58
The most fun we have every month is deciding what’s a permanent restaurant, what’s a pop up restaurant, what’s a semi-permanent pop up and what’s a temporary restaurant.
It’s such a hoot. As you can well imagine.
We actually got an email yesterday about a place being described by its owners as a “permanent pop up”. Ignored it, obviously.
Anyway The Pearl was an easy call: semi-permanent pop up.
Launching in the conservatory at the top of the Dead Dolls House this Friday, with views over Hoxton Square, it’s run by the popular Check On team and will be serving up Great British fare (cooked by the very talented Terry Edwards) from Wednesday to Friday each week.
Details: April – December 2014 | 35 Hoxton Square, N1 6NN
On 11th April street food favourites Breddos Tacos are commencing a new, 6 month residency at Hoxton’s TripSpace, combining their American / Mexican small plates with cocktails and a weekly US-style brunch.
Details: Wednesday-Sunday from 11th April – October 2014| TripSpace, Arch 339-340, Acton Mews, E8 4EA
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