Welcome to Woodlandia

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Florence Christie by | Posted on 19th October 2014
Welcome to Woodlandia

Who says that Londoners are not outdoorsy? Just because we are based in the city, does not mean that we don’t enjoy a little fix of countryside and now we can prove those critics wrong with the return of the Queen of Hoxton’s Woodlandia. Following the success of the last year’s WigWamBam, the rooftop of the Queen of Hoxton will channel Narnia, transforming into an enchanted forest on 31st October, complete with moss-covered tree stumps and mandatory woodland pines.

Enjoy the best parts of camping, cosying up to loved ones in the WigWamBam, whilst roasting marshmallows in an open fire under the stars. Pretty idyllic, right? And there is the added bonus of no unwanted guests/bears…or smells! With a menu consisting of Apricot and Herb stuffed Pork Loin, Sloe Gin pulled Lamb Shoulder and Jacket Spud with Mushroom and Cheddar it will be hard not to embrace the winter frost whilst getting in touch with your adventurous side.  

 Don your favourite winter shrug and try the Mary Berry Cocktail (our favourite for the name alone), a forage inspired, gin based bloody Mary or if you are already feeling that winter chill, dose up on a whisky and gin hot toddy your grandparents would be proud of.

The WigWamBam will be open until the end of March.


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