It’s the big one. The one we’ve all been waiting for – it’s the flippin’ bank hols! Yippee! Wherever your chocolate-y trail leads you this fabulous four-day weekend, why not try and squash one of these offerings into your plans? There’s so much going on across the city this Easter, from boozy Alice in Wonderland brunching to bursting freakshakes filled with rainbow sprinkles and rooftop raves.
Mews of Mayfair has whipped up an Easter treat that’ll beat any Cadbury’s offering! Their Alice in Wonderland themed Down The Rabbit Hole brunch experience will see you enjoying bottomless prosecco, two delicious courses including Pina Colada pancakes and a “Drink Me” offering consisting of gin, earl grey tea, lemon juice, sugar syrup and peach purée. Find more information here
Manchester pair Solardo have been making waves with their Sola label and last summer curated their own residency event series at the celebrated Hi Ibiza. The taste-making pair have released their infectious brand of house music on labels like Hot Creations and the mighty Relief Records.
Saturday 20th of April
Where: 10 Wardour Street, Leicester Square, London, W1D 6QF, United Kingdom
Nearest station: Piccadilly Circus (0.2 miles)
Website: For Tickets
True to form, we’ve rounded up all of the tip-top places to spend your Easter. From ‘egg bunadict’ hot cross buns to bottomless prosecco, there’s something for everyone in our guide of over 40 places to spend the weekend. Find them all here
Website: More Information? Come This Way!
Set high above the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, one of the largest rooftops in London has undergone a festival makeover complete with bookable boho and flower dens, the Caravan stage, and a variety of delicious cocktails and mouth watering street food to keep Londoners dancing the day away. Throughout the summer season, revellers will be treated to headline performances from DJs, artists and acoustic musicians.
19th of April – 29th of September
he Ritz have just launched a three-course Fabergè Easter lunch menu, created by The Ritz’s Exec Chef, John Williams, inspired by Peter Carl Fabergé’s iconic Mosaic Egg from 1914. The three-course feast looks unmissable so we suggest burning a hole in your pocket this Easter and giving it a try!
If music be the food of love, play on! And that it will, as The Ivy Tower Bridge launch their Busk in London series. The series has got Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan’s backing and comes about to champion street performance. The next event will take place Wednesday, 24 of April with Charlotte Campbell performing but, in the meantime, why not enjoy the Slingsby Gin and The Ivy Tower Bridge collab? In support of the series there’ll be a range of limited-edition cocktails on offer including a Slingsby Spring featuring a combo of Slingsby’s classic London Dry Gin, hibiscus syrup and lemon juice, topped with a generous serving of Elderflower lemonade – you’ll spend the rest of bank hols with a spring in your step after these refreshing tipples!
If you’re hankering after a hot cross, we’ve got your back! Take a look at our guide to all of the best hot cross bun offerings in the city this Easter. Sweet tooth sorted.
Website: Find Them All Here
On offer at Maxwell’s from Monday 15th – Monday 22nd April, this is the chocolate egg that’s got everyone talking this Easter. The bulging freakshake includes chocolate milkshake, topped with whipped cream, chocolate bunnies, Smarties eggs, Oreo cookies, wafer biscuits and rainbow sprinkles. Don’t miss out!
It’s cherry blossom season and boy is it it blooming across London. Take a look at five of our most picturesque places across the city here
Website: Find The Pretty Spots Here
It’s the banquet we’ve all been waiting for; Banquet of Hoshena launches on the 19th of April, right in time for Easter and offers an immersive dining experience that is filled with all things fairies, Kings, Queens,and volcanoes jumping out at you on the plate. Cutting edge 3D visual technology is at the helm of this must-visit experience with guests embarking on an immersive journey through the senses. Plus, we reckon you’ll be able to snap some pretty sexy photos!
19th of April – 7th of August at Westfield and 8th August – end of 2020 at TT Liquor
We can tell you, first hand, that this cocktail delivery is something that will truly shake up your lives. Liquorette has introduced the first ever cocktail delivery service that brings you delicious cocktails straight to your door within the hour. How does it work? Well, that’s simple. You choose your spirit and customise your own cocktail. Nope, there’s no catch; it gets delivered to your door in an adorable box, you open it up, ice is provided and it all comes in a big ol’ bottle, flask like in nature, that has a strainer as a lid – plus they’re 100% recyclable. Eek! If home really is where the heart is this bank hols then why not enjoy some cocktails with your Netflix – plus, the weather’s looking pretty fine so no excuses not to be your own bartender this weekend.
Order via www.liquorette.co.uk within 8km of the venue, or from Deliveroo within a 2.5km radius and Bob’s your uncle!
Get ready to whack some balls around this Easter, not of the chocolate variety, but ping pong balls at Bounce in Farringdon and Old Street. There’ll be a huge, very eggcellent, Easter egg hunt throughout the venue where bouncers will get the chance to win a prize of a year’s free ping pong – yep, we’re not even kidding! There’ll be UV ping pong, heaps of chocolate and beats to eat to and beat your teammate to from DJ Shredded Pete. Let’s the games begin!
Sunday 21st April, 6pm-late
Let’s face it, you’re all going to be making that bank holiday bee-line to a rooftop bar somewhere or other, so we’ve done the hard work for you and found 25 of our favourites. Check them out here
Website: Find Them Here
If you aren’t drinking gin in some form this Easter then is it even Easter?! The gorgeous restaurant that is The Yacht have you got your back; partnering with East London Liquor Co, they’ve created a coveted cocktail menu that features lip smacking entries as part of their gin cocktail afternoon tea menu. Highlights include Regalitea with Earl Grey infused ELLC dry gin, lemon, vanilla and prosecco.
The menu runs from Thursday- Sunday 12pm-3pm
Where: The Yacht London, Temple Pier Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2PN, UK
Nearest station: Temple (0.1 miles)
Bloody Mary trolley? Oh, HELL yeah! The Ivy St John’s Wood have got the treat of the year prepared and you can go and enjoy this weekend. The perfect hangover cure will be wheeled out allowing guests to enjoy a series of Bloody Mary recipes and the art of cocktail making whilst nestled cosily within the brassiere. Bottoms up!
Available on Saturdays from 11am until 4pm and on Sundays from midday to 4pm.
It’s kinda, sorta, ish, warmer weather now – making it a whole lot more acceptable to stand, drink in hand, in an open-air garden. Yet, it could be snowing, raining and windy and we’d probably still make an exception for Vinegar Yard. Offering shops, food traders and bars galore, its the perfect pit-stop this Easter nestled in London Bridge. Plus, this bank hols they’re offering your first Aperol Spritz 2-4-1 – Cheers to the freakin’ weekend!