Tag: Where to eat London bank holiday weekend

What to do, where to eat in London this August bank holiday


The last long weekend in London before Christmas is almost upon us (26 August), so what better to do than eat and drink your way through it? Try these winning ideas from some of your favourites around London. Notting Hill Carnival Feathers, music, drinks, fun, street parties and over 2.5 million people all make-up what’s renowned as one of London’s most Carribbean influenced, excitement-charged street festivals, the city-wide! Plan your route, don’t bring anything valuable and have a time. Little Gay Brother Club kids, queer kids, all kids (over 18) assemble, this is the queer rave to end all queer raves. Though it’ll be back next year, too. LGB is large, sexy, sassy and is open for biz from 10pm-5am. Don’t let him down. Manchester Pride Not in London, yes, but who cares! With acts like Ariana Grande, Kim Petras (who performed at Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras back in march) and Liberty X, there’s no reason to not head North for a bit of gay festivity to celebrate equality, diversity and just have a bloody good time. Coya in Mayfair On Sunday 25th August, they’re putting a Peruvian Carnival spin on their brunch with cocktails, canapés and a party to rival Notting Hill Carnival. Complete with bottomless three-hour beverages, the affair will see guests sip on pisco sours and frozen mojitos whilst tucking into their favourite brunch dishes and more! Avenue restaurant in St James They’re hosting the Pink Clink Brunch, a free-flowing rose affair is launching at Avenue made-up of a seasonal British fare in the form of… Read More