About Time: You Attended The Marylebone Food Festival 2019By Angelica Malin
Looking for something fun & foodie to do in London next month? Why not attend the Marylebone Food Festival from 25th-28th April, with events held in restaurants, shops, cafes and bars across Marylebone. Here’s what you need to know:
The Marylebone Food Festival 2019: The Lowdown
The Marylebone Food Festival is returning for a second year; taking place from 25th to 28th April, there will be lots of great events at the festival, from a vegan supper club at The Gate and caviar specials menu at Twist to Lebanese food & wine matching at Delamina and a cocktail masterclass at The Coach Makers Arms. The festival celebrates the abundance and variety of food and drink in Marylebone, with events taking place at Daylesford Organic, Caffe Caldesi, La Fucina, Roganic, Hoppers, Delamina, 108 Marylebone Lane, Le Vieux Comptoir, Vinoteca and more.
The Marylebone Food Festival 2019: The Launch Dinner
There’s just 120 tickets to The Marylebone Food Festival launch dinner, available from marylebonefoodfestival.com. Dinner party with a difference will kick off The Marylebone Food Festival 2019 on Wednesday 24th April. The Marylebone Menu will see some of London’s best restaurants and food businesses serve a course, accompanied by wine, taking 120 guests on a gastronomic journey through Marylebone in the striking, Georgian, grade II listed St Mary’s Church. Tickets are priced at £75 per person and will include seven courses matched with wine, plus music from The Marylebone Music Festival. Expect seven courses, each brought to the table by one of Marylebone’s best establishments including Michelin-star restaurants Texture and Trishna, The Providores chef, Peter Gordon, newcomer Xier, as well as local hotspots Chiltern Firehouse and Roux at the Landau, famous cheese shop La Fromagerie, GAIL’s Bakery and Rococo Chocolates.
The Marylebone Menu 2019: The Drinks
Drinks will be flowing courtesy of Marylebone establishments The Coach Makers Arms, Vinoteca & Le Vieux Comptoir as well as wine merchant, Philglas & Swiggot and Marylebone Gin. All profits will be donated to Springboard, a charity which which helps to reduce unemployment and poverty across the UK, enabling those who experience barriers to employment, achieve their career potential in the hospitality industry. A partnership between The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate, the festival aims to throw the spotlight on the culinary wealth of this pocket of London.