Pinch-punch-first-of-the-month! And double-wahey as it’s very nearly the weekend!! Just a matter of hours and we’ll be counting down the seconds until it’s Friday evening and we can all get outta here! So what are you going to do? Need to plan? Here’s a selection of ideas for making the weekend count!

TT Liquor

Boozy Cacao Supper Club

Starting their next year of supper clubs, TT Liquor, have joined forces with Pao and the Gang to host a one-off boozy dinner which focuses on all things cacao. Following the process that is used to make chocolate, you’ll sit down to a five -course feast which includes dishes inspired by the fruits and seeds, cocoa butter and finally chocolate. TT Liquor will provide a  cocktail with each dish and after, you can explore their specialist Liquor Store.
Saturday 3rd February 

Where: 17B Kingsland Road, Dalston, E2 8AA
Website: Get Tickets Here

Morito Exmouth Market

Celebrating the Calçot

Calçots are a type of green onion from Catalonia, imagine crossing a leek and a spring onion and that’s roughly where they are at. Why are we telling you this? Because this Sunday (and every Sunday in February) Morito will be serving a set calçot menu, bringing a little of the Gran Fiesta de la Calçotada (the Catalonian festival) atmosphere to Exmouth Market. The menu will include charcoal grilled calçots wrapped in newspaper and served with romesco; calçots served with grilled chorizo, morciall and butifarra with white beans or salt cod with potatoes, green peppers and aioli. Finish with almond tart and slices of chilled orange.
Sunday 4th February and then every Sunday in February 

Where: 32 Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, EC1R 4QE

Launceston Place

All About the Chicken

Sunday is the day for feasting and roast dinners and head chef at Launceston Place, Ben Murphy, is putting a twist on the classic lunch with tasting menus. Each month he’ll take a different meat and explore the different cuts and the way to make the most of it to reduce waste. On Sundays throughout February you’ll be able to try a five-course roast chicken menu that uses every part of the bird from the eggs to the bones. Dishes include eggs and soldiers with truffle; chicken breast with wild garlic and peanut and chicken parfait with granola and blood orange. In March it’ll all be about beef and in April the dishes will all focus on lamb.
Sunday 4th February and then every Sunday

Where: 1a Launceston Place, Kensington, W8 5RL

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at The Hind's Head

Culinary History Journey

If you want to get out of London this weekend, then let us suggest Bray High Street to you, because for one day and one day only, the team from London’s two Michelin starred Dinner by Heston Blumenthal will be hosting a culinary journey of history at The Hind’s Head. The five-course menu will include saffron with calf tail and red wine; spiced pigeon with ale and artichokes and the famous meat fruit made up of mandarin, chicken liver parfait and grilled bread.
Saturday 3rd February

Where: The Hind's Head, High Street, Bray SL6 2AB
Website: Get Tickets Here

Ceviche Old St

Pisco Sour Masterclass

This Saturday is not just any Saturday, it’s the start of Pisco Sour Week. A week to raise a glass to Peru’s national drink. Get started at Ceviche with a masterclass, you’ll learn about the history of the drink before creating your own Pisco sour you’ll also get to try four cocktails and nibble on bar snacks.

Where: 2 Baldwin Street, EC1V 9NU

The Garden Museum

Yoga and Brunch

Start your Saturday morning surrounded by pillars, vaulted ceilings and stained- glass windows – no you’re not in church (it’s not Sunday), you’re in the Garden Museum at their first yoga and brunch class. The hour class led by Chloe Faulkner starts at 8:30am and will be followed by brunch at The Garden Café, you’ll then get free access to explore the Garden Museum, so that’s your Saturday morning sorted.
Saturday 3rd February and 10th and 24th February and 10th March

Where: Lambeth Palace Road,
 SE1 7LB

London Rascals

A fromage à trois

A ménage à trois may sound rather exciting, if that’s your thing, but you know what sounds much more exciting? A fromage à trois. Three ways to enjoy cheese, that sounds like a real love affair to us. There’ll be a DIY mozzarella masterclass, aligot served with sausages and mash potato and entertainment from Rascal’s host, Mary Camemberry. It’s a cheese lover’s dream. Bring your partner…or partners…
Thursday 1st  February and then Thursdays throughout February and March

Where: 97 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3BS

Zia Lucia

Zia Lucia Opens in Brook Green

If you like your pizza just like Grandma used to make it (‘justa-likea-grandma-used-to-makea-eet’) then you HAVE to go to Zia Lucia which is opening its second neighbourhood pizzeria in Brook Green. Opening its doors on Saturday Zia Lucia will be offering a soft launch deal of 50% off food from Saturday through to Thursday 8th to celebrate. Also, they have green coloured dough in their pizzas. What’s not to love?
Saturday 3rd to Thursday 8th February

Where: 61 Blythe Road, Brook Green, W14 0HP

The Devonshire Club

Sushi In The City At The Devonshire Club

Normally the preserve of members, the sleek Devonshire Club, in the heart of The City, will be opening its doors to weekend brunchers, who can enjoy an exceptional range of sushi and sashimi created by in-house Sushi Chef extraordinaire, Victor Klomu. The Japanese sharing menu inclues an array of crisp raw vegetables with truffle ponzu dip, seafood and vegetable tempura while chilled out Ibiza style tunes play in the background.
Saturday 3rd February

Where: 5 Devonshire Square, The City, EC2M 4YD


Yorkshire Pudding Roast At OSLO

Since 2008, the first Sunday in February has marked a very important date in the calendar: British Yorkshire Pudding Day. Paying homage to the iconic British dish, OSLO in Hackney has created special roast dinner-filled Yorkshire Pudding to mark the tenth birthday of the celebration. Head to OSLO for their traditional roast of rump beef, goose fat roasties, parsnips, buttered spring greens and gravy – all served inside a giant home-made Yorkshire pudding.
Sunday 4th February

Where: 1A Amhurst Road, Hackney, E8 1LL


Jasmine Hemsley will be celebrating the launch of her first solo cookbook, East by West, with a soulful brunch in collaboration with Aster restaurant, as part of D&D’s Mindful City campaign. On Sunday 4th of February from 11am-3pm, the bestselling author, alongside Aster’s Executive Chef Helena Puolakka, will be hosting a four course brunch, with an exclusive talk and signed copy of her newly launched cookbook.
Sunday 4th February

Where: 150 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5LB, United Kingdom