London can often be overwhelming when it comes to choosing what to do with your time, so it’s a good job we’re pretty good pals with an app that has the solution to all of your problems. Here are five of the top plans from Fever this week…
One of London’s best kept secrets (until now), The Piano Bar is a place of sanctuary just a tiny stroll away from the manic bustle of Oxford Street. Walk through the inconspicuous doorway into the candlelit bar, sip on a cocktail and listen to some live jazz. It’s intimate ambience makes it the perfect spot for a cosy date night. Entrance is only permitted if you have a booking or a Club Membership, so we suggest you book through our pals at Fever to avoid disappointment (and feel like a VIP).
The Piano Bar, 16 Carlisle Street, W1D 3BT
Who needs to travel the world when we’ve got Hackney right on our doorstep? Farley Macallan’s Mindless Brunch features 6 dishes from 6 different countries, all teamed with unlimited Bellinis and Bloody Marys. The menu includes buttermilk pancakes from the States, a classic English egg, bacon and chip butty, a traditional Eggs Benedict or Florentine, and that’s just the half of it. For more info and to get your tickets, head over to Fever.
What better setting to enjoy a romantic (or totally platonic) meal than floating along the Thames, looking out over some of London’s greatest landmarks? You’ll get a 2-course meal along with a 1 hour 45 minute live commentary as you pass the likes of the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Big Ben and the London Eye. Get your tickets for the bargainous price of £49.00 for 2 people.
Remember house parties? Yeah, us too. They were all the fun of pre-drinks, except you never had to leave the house. Noel’s House Party is kind of like that, except you do have to leave the house. But once you get there, it’ll be like you never left. Think club bangers, RnB, ping pong, beer pong and lots of late night pizza. Get your tickets here.
The table is set – it’s time to feast like a king. Within the Ivory Vaults in St Katharine’s Docks, you can indulge in a Medieval extravaganza, as Londoners are invited to step back in time to the Middle Ages. Alongside a four-course banquet of food fit for a nobleman (both meat-eating a vegetarian ones), you can expect two hours of entertainment. From skilled, fighting knights to aerial acrobats and jugglers – you’re bound to be blown away at this ‘historical’ experience. (We say historical loosely – there is also unlimited white wine, so we can’t expect you to retain any factual information.) The whole escapade is £37.50 and you can book your places here.
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