Complimentary carnival treats on offer in London include mulled wine and cocktails

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Take a break from your Christmas shopping and your tree and decorations as you will be too busy for Christmas errands this week.

When you don’t try to solve Plot of gunpowder in the actual place where it was, um, drawn, you’ll check new movie theater, get a number Free mulled wine while you watch the choir, do Christmas Puzzles, stuff in the gate and pies and maybe some Free cocktails and have a sin-free Christmas party at Unity Diner.

Oh and then we’re on the road to get Free minced meat donuts. Well, you read it right the first time!

Role-playing gunpowder

Count me in!

It is not an escape room. It’s not a theater. It is not a movie. It is there. Back in 1605, in the Tower of London itself, besieged by traitors planning to blow up the Houses of Parliament. And your task is to unmask them.

It’s all part of a groundbreaking collaboration between the Layered Reality team and the Historic Royal Palace (like wow, right?), where you can step into the actual place where everything went down and thanks technology, magic and theatre, really live the experience of being caught up in fame Guy Fawkes . Gunpowder Plot… If you think you’re after it, that is.

We don’t know about you, but we CANNOT wait! It will explode!

From May 6, 8-12 Tower Hill Vaults, EC3

Enjoy free wine

Make some Christmas gardens

Would you like a free glass of mulled wine while you’re in for a bit of a Christmas show… for free? Then join us to the glitter of London Covent Garden, where you’ll probably be doing some Christmas shopping any time, tomorrow and next Thursday from 5pm for what they call Be Enchanted at The Yards.

Choir and dance performances are based on seasonal favorites, complimentary mulled wine from Dalla Terra or hot chocolate from Badiani, gelato eaters, if you’re on a detox, food from Miscusi , installations for Musical Instruments … oh, and the chance to win prizes from shops in and around Yards including Café Pacifico, Maison Bab, Miscusi, Dishoom and Arôme.

It definitely puts some sparkle in the grind that is checking your Christmas list.

Tomorrow and December 9, The Yards, WC2

Just what the doctor ordered

Take your medicine (Image: Brian Dandridge)

Eight dishes and a glass of fizz? Now, that’s what we call a Christmas party. And that’s what we’ll face Drug, where they are bringing Japanese food to their hearty menu and the DJ is hosting this Christmas party.

Which we think is a word. Eat upstairs, where the party is lively, or go quieter downstairs in the private dining room and choose between the £30 per person menu with everything from cooked pork buns and teriyaki chicken thighs to the deluxe £55 a head of eight dishes with BBQ beef buns and wagyu beef buns.

And not a pig in a blanket on the whole premises.

Until December 23, 36 Charlotte Road, EC2

Like a ‘MOTHER’ for a free cocktail

‘Pig’ out!

Love a free cocktail? You’ve got us at ‘fancy’. Yes of course! And that’s why we’re aiming Black pig in the Borough Market (let’s face it, now we know the way) to claim one of the total 200 free US canned cocktails – Black leather martini and espresso – they give away to help wash down the famous Italian pork ciabattas.

The big giveaway starts this Thursday and runs everything from Thursday until Christmas, which means – by our calculations – 50 free rewards per sesh.

Besides that, we’ve been wanting to go down there to shop around for laughs around one of their last Christmas sandwiches, which is basically Christmas dinner…in a baguette!

Thursdays in December from 5pm, The Black Pig, Borough Market, SE1

Get Gucci with Gaga!

Welcome everyone! (Image: Richard Brown)

Remember when movie theaters used to be expensive slums where you could spend half a week’s salary buying a few soft nachos and watching a movie on a screen smaller than a TV while freezing?

And then came Cinema Everyman, the total upgrade has brought us back to the (back row of) pictures. And now there’s a new store in Borough Yards near London Bridge and of course, Borough Market!

Two screens, sofa and armchairs, extensive food and drink menu, beer, cocktails all delivered directly to your seat. So, if you need us, we’re at the House of Gucci with Lady Gaga, an Aberdeen Angus burger and a Bloody Mary. Don’t talk to us!

Stoney Street, SE1

Your first port of call

Take out (Image: Richard Brown)

First thing, it’s pronounced Coh-burn. I think we’ll make that clear. And they are the ones offering the best ports, which is pretty much the perfect Christmas drink, though we certainly don’t limit ourselves to this time of year.

And as if a piece of ruby ​​wasn’t seasonal enough, they just opened Cockburn’s Port Pie Shop, for as little as £15 you can be hooked on a delicious ‘three course’ cake and cake tasting experience that includes a range of gates and cakes and pastries, braised beef buns with water meat sauce and a classic mince pie with port syrup.

And we mentioned a gate to go with each, didn’t we?

£40, December 16-19, Iron Bloom, 46 Great Eastern Street, EC2

The best (micro) Village Fair ever!

“Where” to be!

They call it a micro village but we have to admit we’ve never been to any village – not even a life size one – with much going on there St. Felix Place, sister position to Flat Iron Square.

So you can imagine the increase going on now is Christmas!

Christmas-themed pub quizzes on Tuesdays and a Saturday takeover by tiktok star Tik Tok ADMT and his friends, mean live performances while we sit back on the cozy orange sofa in the gym will seriously affect that drink menu.

Then there are candle making sessions, live music and DJs, and a variety of food and drinks to lubricate the wheels!

45 Southwark Street, SE1

You will go crazy for this!

You won’t believe your cakes

Is it a mince pie? Is it a donut? Correct. For both questions.

That is Gunpowder Mince Pie Donut, best double act since French & Saunders, Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer, horse and carriage (how far back do you want us to go?).

The fresh dough balls are fried until golden, rolled in cinnamon and then pumped with crème (basically custard) and topped with a homemade minced meat filling that’s as sweet as you get in a cake. grilled mince!

The Nobel Prize certainly cannot be too far behind.

20 Greek Street, W1

Not a big enough Mountain Brunch

You don’t have to move mountains to get a table here

A bottomless brunch with all sorts of Christmas delicacies that no one dies?

We’re obviously impressed to draw your attention to Moving Mountains’ Christmas collaboration with London’s largest vegan restaurant. Unity Diner *pulls celebratory cookies*.

That’s right, the creators of many of our favorite vegan dishes are going seasonal with this Christmas burger with all sorts of spices (sprouts, cranberry sauce, herbs ).

One more bottomless situation Tuesday through Friday and we think we may have found our Christmas office lunch spot!

60 Wentworth Street, E1

Walkin’ in the movie wonderland

Magic in the movie (Photo: Thomas Alexander)

Troxy in east London has seen some sparkle in its day, mainly from Sink the Pink which established its headquarters there after they outgrew the Men’s Club work at Bethnal Green.

And that sparkle will be huge proof this Christmas season when the entire huge art deco space has been transformed into a winter wonderland…with a movie theater in the center.

That’s right, instead of just going through pictures to see something festive, you can step into the marshmallow world of glitter and glitter and be completely immersed in that classic Christmas magic when you join into George the Poet, the Some Voices choir, and films like Elf, Love Actually, and Home Alone.

Until December 30, Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, E1

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