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LONDON: COYA’s annual summer white party takes over the city this June

Girl white party

There’s at least one place you should know (amongst thousands) in London and it’s COYA. They’ve started a bottomless, boozy brunch recently, but it’s their annual white party that really puts them top of the must-visit list, The annual summer time COYA white party right in the middle of London is coming around soon, on 20 June. They call it La Noche Blaca and it’s all about a transformation of the rooftop garden at 1 Angel Court into the back streets of Lima where guests can taste the flavours of Peru and enjoy COYA’s signature cocktails looking over the city skyline. It’s a dress-in-white thing, all part of the party vibe. Just be careful when it comes to gorging on Peruvian stalls’ street-style dishes of their popular Atun Chifa ceviche, pork tacos and the irresistible Churros con Chocolate. They’ll be pumping out pisco sours and Perrier Jouet champagne, the DJs will turn up the volume as the sun goes down and special performers will immerse guests throughout the evening, basically transporting them to Lima. If drinks are your thing and chic outfits in white also do it for you, this is for you. Head along to La Noche Blanca at COYA in London on 29 June for £25 per person. Get tickets here. Find them at Rooftop garden, 7th Floor, 1 Angel Court, 31-33 Throgmorton Street EC2N.

Bottomless brunch in London: COYA Angel Court goes boozy

Coya London

As the sun comes out in London, so do (more of) its drinkers and what better way to do it than a bottomless brunch? COYA in Angel Court – one of five global locations – has ramped it up a bit for its base of loyal and new friends, putting on a bottomless brunch spread fit for Liz herself, every Saturday. It’s for people who’re after something a bit more special than your usual endless servings of house white and beer, turning out a three hour affair of bottomless pisco sours and other cocktails, champagne, vibrant Peruvian dishes, music and special performances. It kicks off each Saturday in the Pisco Bar & Lounge with unlimited pisco sours, espresso martinis, margaritas and bloody marys for drinks, while tacos, bao buns and anticuchos take over the food menu. But that’s not where it ends. Ceviche, beef tataki, kingfish tiradito with truffle oil and more will also be available to the tune of smooth DJ beats in an environment that’s oh, too trendy. Good to know: The first weekend of each month will be a special edition brunch, with surprise performances and a special offering. Each month will have a different theme to elevate the experience and surprise guests. Get the spirit package for £65 a go, or the champagne package for another £10. See more at the COYA Angel Court website or find them at 31-33 Throgmorton St, London EC2N 2AT.

Mexican in London: Bottomless brunch at Santo Remedio

Mexican food and margaritas at Santo Remedio

If Mexican if your thing, and endless drinks do the job, too, then Santo Remedio has you covered. For Cinco de Mayo – and just ‘cos – Santo Remedio is the Mexican cantina in London that is joining the fold of bottomless brunch offerings in central London to spice up any weekend. Since 4 May, the folks behind Santo Remedio, Edson and Natalie have worked on mid-morning classics as well as their most popular dishes, inspired by recipes found in Mexico City, Yucatan, Oaxaca and beyond. Unlimited margaritas, bubbles or beer along with three courses and extra tasters, what’s on at Santo Remedio is all about a flavour-packed journey of tacos, slow-cooked meats, and veggie dishes. Think starters of guacamole and tortilla chips, baby potato flautas (fried corn tortillas stuffed with creamy mashed potatoes), pork carnitas tacos made with Herefordshire pork, or the prawn Aguachile Rojo. Then for mains, you’re looking at the likes of chilaquiles verdes o rojos with fried eggs, a traditional Mexican dish of fried tortillas bathed in salsa until tender; hibiscus flower enchiladas, a quirky take on the regular enchiladas, replacing meat with the fragrant flower; and chicken enchiladas suizas, a bold and zesty spin on this treasured dish with tomatillo salsa and chihuahua cheese. There are other options for meatier eaters, too! Find out more about the £45 bottomless brunch at Santo Remedio and make your own booking at their website.