Discover: Christmas Special of The AT ShowBy Angelica Malin
Happy snowy Monday folks! We’re very excited to announce that Episode 3 of The AT, in assocation with Bookatable, is now LIVE – listen on Acast here and on iTunes here. Looking for the best festive fun in London? Welcome to our first Christmas special of The AT! This week, we’re talking all things festive in London, including the best apres-ski pop-ups, winter terraces and, of course, Christmas-inspired desserts:
Joined by special guests journalist Rebecca Reid, author Lucy Vine and artist Oliver Malin, we delve into the depths of Christmas traditions. If you didn’t already, you can catch-up on Episode 1 of The AT on the best unusual things to do in London here and Episode 2 of The AT on the top vegan food in London here. For all our social fans, you can follow us on our new Twitter @The_ATshow. Here’s what we mentioned in this week’s Christmas special:
- Best après-ski pop-ups in London: Le Chalet at The Parlour with Veuve Clicquot, Sky Garden après-ski bar with Moët et Chandon and ME Hotel Apres with a View.
- Best winter terraces in London: winter terrace at The Hyatt Churchill, rooftop ice rink at Skylight, Italian alps themed terrace at Bernardi’s and hot chocolate bar at Bluebird.
- Best festive treats in London: Bread Ahead Christmas doughnut, Lily Vanilli mince pies, Gail’s Bakery Christmas bun.
- Special Guests: Rebecca Reid, Lucy Vine and Oliver Malin.
- News in Brief: Dishoom Kensington is now open, Wines of Germany are teaming up with Street feast for a special event on Friday 15th December and for another festive event, Mark Hix and the team will ring in the festive period with a one-off celebration at HIX Oyster & Chop House on Saturday 16th December.
- Review of the Week: Mele e Pere and The Swan at Southrop.
- Q&A: “I want to surprise my boyfriend, what shall I do in London?” Alicia: Escape to a Highland hideaway in the heart of the city – Mac & Wild have just launched their winter Hunting Lodges in partnership with Scottish Gin, The Botanist, at Mac & Wild Devonshire Square.
- “Where is the place you go to eat in London which serves food filling and delicious enough to contentedly fill you up, but also not so heavy that you won’t want to have sex till boxing day?” Angelica: Jin-Kinchi in Hampstead for sushi and Senor Ceviche for Peruvian small plates.