Wednesday 29 January 2020
What to do after Festival 30
Heading to Festival 30 this Saturday 29 June and need something to do in Seven Dials after the celebrations come to a close? Keep reading.
Festival 30 is a free one-day event to mark the 30th anniversary of the iconic Sundial Pillar and the momentous conservation efforts of the Seven Dials Trust. The event will take place from 11am - 6pm, but there's no reason to leave the area after celebrations are over. Fancy a delicious meal at Hawksmoor or why not head to The Escapologist for a few cocktails to bring a close to the perfect summer day.
Located in the old Watney-Combe brewery, Hawksmoor Seven Dials serves only the best British steaks cooked simply over charcoal grills. The menus revolve around the best ingredients they can find cooked simply and served by people who love what they do. The bar is the perfect place for burgers, lobster rolls and more casual steak – the full restaurant menu is available in the bar for you to enjoy.
Find them at 11 Langley Street.
20" wood-fired pizza served whole or by the slice, available to eat in or to go. There's only one thing on the menu – although a changing roll call of artisan toppings sets Homeslice apart from your average pizzeria. Creative combinations include Neal's Yard Dairy 4 cheese & jalapeno salsa, Savoy Cabbage & Sumac Yoghurt. All flavours come with perfectly crisp bases and delicious doughy crusts; order by the slice or get stuck into the magnificent 20-inch version, washed down with locally-brewed Camden Hells lager, frizzante on tap or house wines delivered in measurable magnums.
Find them at 13 Neals Yard.
With over 130 pizzerias, Rossopomodoro is Italy's favourite pizza restaurant. The mission is to bring authentic Neapolitan pizza and food around the world. That is the reason why they only use authentic ingredients sourced from Italy and only employ skilled Neapolitan pizza chefs, with a price accessible to all. All recipes bring the true taste of Naples to their customers, that might be one of the reasons it is so popular among Italians living in London.
Find them at 50-52 Monmouth Street.
A combination of delicious cocktails and Pan-Asian fusion food with the magic of cabaret and late-night dancing. Circus London combines delicious food and innovative cocktails with the magic of cabaret for an unforgettable dining experience. Exciting, skilful entertainment alongside their highly popular Pan-Asian fusion menu adds to the restaurant’s unique, decadent feel. Sipping cocktails in their low-lit bar and lounge create the perfect setting to take you from drinks to dining to dancing on the tables and all with a sprinkling of glittering cabaret.
Find them at 27-29 Endell Street.
Brought to you by the brains behind Adventure Bar and Dub Jam, The Escapologist cocktail bar is the place to head for drinks with a difference. Based in the Headquarters of the secret society that ran Victorian London, The Escapologist is styled as part ‘modern-day Victorian men’s club’ and ‘part Masonic lodge’.
Sip on a refined list of premium cocktails, such as the Cuban Orange made with vanilla-infused Bacardi Oro or the Lemongrass Collins with lemongrass-infused Eristoff Vodka, fresh lemon juice and a splash of Liquor 43 to add a kick to your night.
Find them at 35 Earlham Street.
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