Life’s too short to stay in; there’s tons of fantastic events in London this week, if you only know where to look. Here’s 5 events in the capital you can’t miss this week:

1. For a Feast: Bruno Loubet x Shaun Hill 


What: Grain Store and Bruno Loubet have partnered with Shaun Hill of the Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn near Abergavenny for a one-off ‘Spring Feast’ happening tonight! If you’re in need of a delicious plan this evening, head down to Granary Square for a menu that like no other.


Why: The special four course menu pays homage to their mutual love for the highest quality produce. Kicking off proceedings is the vegetable patch, cooked by Bruno – a celebration of Bruno’s favourite ingredients; veggies. The next two courses will be cooked by Sean – sauteed monk fish tail and new season lamb fricasee with asparagus, leeks and potato. Bruno will finish off the dinner with his tonka bean tart and champagne sorbet. Tickets here 

Where: Granary Square, King’s Cross, 1-3 Stable St, London N1C 4AB

2. For a Special Pop-Up: Little Red Door x Callooh Callay

Cocktail no.7 (b)

What: If you’ve become tired of the same bars, menu and people – head down to Callooh Callay‘s JubJub Bar from Wednesday (20th) to sip on new cocktails created by Remy Savage and his team from Parisian bar, Little Red Door. The pop-up is only running until Sunday – get down there as soon as.

Cocktail no.9

Why: The menu explores the evocative nature of flavours and whether we all share similar feelings when exposed to different sensory stimuli. Composed of 11 works of art created by international painters, sculptors and creatives, the menu offers visual representations of the emotional imagery evoked by each of the 11 distinctive cocktails. If that’s too much for you to handle, neck an array of heady cocktails.

Where: 65 Rivington Street,London, EC2A 3AY

3. For a Collaboration: Big Fernand x Remedy Wine Bar 


What: Two of Fitzrovia’s favourite independent businesses – The Remedy wine bar and Big Fernand “Hamburgé” restaurant will team up for a unique Natural wine and Hamburgé Salon held on Thursday 21st April, 6pm – 11pm. Beef and Bordeaux go hand in hand.

Why: Only running for one night, The Remedy are upping sticks from their home on Cleveland Street and heading on over to Big Fernand’s Percy Street restaurant.  There they’ll set up a mini wine bar and pour a unique selection of natural and biodynamic wines by the glass to pair with Big Fernand’s selection of Gallic-themed burgers. The team have committed to bringing some of their most interesting white, red and even orange wines to the Salon, all of which will be available for just £5 a glass. Bargain.

Grab your tickets here 

Where: 19 Percy Street, London W1T 1DY

4. For a Supper Club: Daylesford Farm


What: Founder of iconic fashion brand Mulberry, Roger went on to set up Sharpham Park, championing British spelt, and he’s now joining forces with Daylesford Organic to host the first ever exclusive supper club dedicated to one thing: spelt.

Why: Taking place this Tuesday (19th April), in the Daylesford Pimlico store, the evening will be hosted personally by Roger Saul. Roger will introduce a tempting range of dishes inspired by the versatility of the grain and enjoy a convivial three-course meal. Roger Saul will also be on hand throughout the evening to discuss his passion for spelt and inspiration behind Sharpham Park, his range of delicious spelt products created at his home in Somerset.

Tickets here 

Where: 44b Pimlico Rd, London SW1W 8LP

5. For a Workshop: 28°-50°

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What: 28°-50° Wine Workshop and Kitchen on Maddox Street will be welcoming the arrival of spring with a celebration of English flavours, wine masterclasses and a specially curated wine dinner. This Thursday, they’re launching their new Taste of England Wine Dinner kicking off at 7:30pm.

Why: Hosted by the group’s Head Sommelier and Wine Buyer, Clement Robert MS, the Taste of England Wine Dinner at Maddox Street will feature a three course set menu of; English asparagus, Berkswell aioli, crisp Cumbrian ham and grilled flatbread to start; spring English lamb with burnt turnips, purple sprouting broccoli and peas for the main course, and Drunkworth cheese, Alchemy apple brandy with oat biscuit crumb to finish. Wine pairings include a Ridgeview 2013 Brut sparkling rosé from Sussex; a crisp, refreshing Three Choirs 2012, Coleridge Hill white wine; a fresh London Cru ‘SW6’ Syrah; and Pomona, a Somerset brandy.

Call 020 3542 4227 to book.

Where: 17-19 Maddox Street, W1S 2QH