Remember, Remember, the 5th November! Go out with a bang and celebrate bonfire night in style at one of our fantastic clients across London…
Toffee Apples from Tom’s Kitchen Deli at Canary Wharf
These sweet and sour treats from Tom’s Kitchen Deli are a nostalgic nod to the Bonfire Nights enjoyed as a child. Available until 10 November, they’re the perfect indulgence on a cold afternoon. Open Monday-Friday and located adjacent to the restaurant in Canary Wharf, Tom’s Kitchen Deli offers affordable, express options for food lovers on-the-go.
The Glowing Glass from Blue Boar Bar at Conrad London St. James
The Glowing Glass cocktail from Blue Boar Bar is a luxurious blend of Mozart dark chocolate liqueur, banana liqueur, spiced sugar syrup and cream. Its fiery appearance and warming flavour making it the perfect Bonfire Night tipple for 5 November celebrations. Blue Boar Bar is a sophisticated take on the traditional British pub, serving locally brewed craft beers and ales, a fine selection of wines and classic British pub food in the heart of Westminster Village.
Bonfire Night at Blanchette
Remember, remember this 5th November with Blanchette, whose Bonfire night specials are available from the 2nd November. They have curated a delectable Smoked Bacon Cocktail, made with smoked bacon infused bourbon, rosemary syrup, Cointreau and orange, and guests can take a trip down memory lane with a special dessert of Toffee apples laced with Calvados.
There will be few better settings to enjoy the fireworks this weekend than at City Social, located on the 24th floor of Tower 42. Whilst taking in the 360-degree views of the London skyline, guests can enjoy Michelin-starred food, or try out MIRAGE – the world’s first augmented reality cocktail menu – in the City Social bar. Please note City Social is not open on Sundays, but the weekend’s fireworks can be enjoyed on Friday and Saturday.
Frenchie Covent Garden
On Saturday 11 November, if you’re heading to the fabulous Lord Mayor’s fireworks on the Victoria Embankment, visit Frenchie either before or after the display, in the heart of Covent Garden. Situated less than a 10 minute walk from the display, what could be more enticing than head chef Gregory Marchand’s bacon scones, served with lashings of maple syrup and clotted cream?