Winter Pop-Ups 2019

The Berkeley Cinema


The Berkeley’s festive roof garden is once again turning into a cinema, to show the best Christmas classics and offer guests cosy shelter. With wooden huts laden with furry blankets and flowing Laurent-Perrier champagne, we can’t think of anything we would want more for a romantic festive evening. It’s sure to be a very intimate affair, with only eight guests at each showing, adding to the exclusive nature of the event. Tickets are £95.. A little expensive but worth every penny to escape the craziness of the city, even if its just for an evening.

15 November until 21 December.


Moët & Chandon Winter Bar

As the festive season gets underway at Sky Garden, the exclusive Moët & Chandon Winter Bar will be popping up! Enjoy the wintery alpine oasis, bedecked in fir tree foliage and fairy lights, whilst enjoying a glass of  Moët Imperial Brut paired with Moët pretzels or a cocktail of the day.

The nights of festive fun start from 7pm on weekdays and 9:30pm on weekends and they welcome guests until the early hours. The Moët & Chandon Winter Bar offers the best views from Sky Garden with creative cocktails, fabulous bar snacks and sharing boards – so with a drink in hand, soak up the ultimate festive atmosphere!

Perfect for after work drinks, celebrations with friends or family and special occasions – The Moët & Chandon Winter Bar has sky high festivities all wrapped up.


The Mayfair Hotel + Belvedere

May Fair Bar has teamed up with vodka brand Belvedere to create a dark and dramatic winterscape in the heart of Mayfair, decorating the venue with frosty, foresty touches. For a seven week residency there will be a selection of bespoke cocktails alongside a menu of contemporary pan-Asian cuisine, designed to warm you from the winter’s chill.

The bar is open from 8am daily, so you can treat yourself to a delicious breakfast, too. Although be aware that minimum spend is £55 per person.

12 November to 31 December

The Great Christmas Feast 
Lose yourself in a magical retelling of Dickens’ a Christmas Carol, As the candles flicker, night draws in and haunting music hangs in the air, take your seats in Dickens’ study. Watch spellbound as the tale unfolds around you, brought to glittering life by Dickens’ electric one-man performance and given cinematic depth by stunning live music.
Sneer at Scrooge, feast with the Cratchits, guffaw at the Ghost of Christmas Present and shiver at the Shade of Christmas Yet To Come. There is delicious Victorian Street Food Market to The Ghost of Christmas Present’s Feast, delight in a series of mouthwatering multi-dish experiences, each a gastronomic take on a classic Victorian recipe.

Served as part of the story and created by none other than Neil Rankin, legendary Head Chef of Temper Restaurants

Miracle Pop -Up at The Henrietta

Sharing a name with the opulent hotel it’s based in, the Henrietta restaurant is a stylish new eatery based in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. Making up a key part of the hotel, this entire venture has been thought up by the team at the Experimental Group.

The restaurant itself is run by chef Ollie Dabbous. Already running two Michelin-starred restaurants in Fitzrovia – Dabbous and Barnyard – the famous chef is focus on delivering an ingredient-led menu composed of seasonal dishes, each of which boast a subtle nod to French cuisine.

The restaurant seats 80 diners at one time and has a bar that serves cocktails as flavoursome and delicately crafted as each dish on the food menu. Cocktail historians Jared Brown and Anistatia Miller are pulling the strings here, constantly creating new concoctions and driving the entire venue to push as many culinary boundaries as it can on its rise up London’s food ladder.


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