Top of the Pops: March 27th

27 Mar 2015

Fry Hard

London pop ups

Culinary experimentators FryHard will be serving more than 100 different deep-fried foods during the Easter weekend. This gluttonous restaurant is run by Messhead (a collaboration between chef James Thomlinson of London Mess and PR creative Miss Cakehead). What’s on the menu? Deep fried crème eggs and hot cross buns, naturally.

Discover at: BOXPARK, 2-10 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6GY

Abigail's Party

London pop ups

Go back in time with this Seventies themed dining club. Set in a period decorated living room at the Rose Lipman Building, the pop-up combines food, theatre, music and set design, inspired by Mike Leigh’s play, Abigail’s Party. The dining club is on for 2 more weekends - 25th-28th March and 1st-4th April.

Discover at: The Rose Lipman Building, De Beauvoir Town, N1 5SQ

The Cherry Rooms by Pepsi Max

London pop ups

Pepsi Max Cherry have teamed up with The Robin Collective, the ‘purveyors of curious events and experimental food,’ to create a Pepsi Cherry Max themed Willy Wonka style foodie adventure in the heart of East London. Look out for taste testings, a cola rain room and an edible cherry tree…

Discover at: 133-135 Bethnal Green, E2 7DG

Rosie Wonders

London pop ups

Returning for her second pop-up on Redchurch Street, Rosie Wonders has opened a store filled with beautiful handmade greeting cards, tattoos and accessories. She’s only on Redchurch street for one week so make sure you don’t miss out.

Discover at: 67 Redchurch Street, E2 7DJ

Mason & Painter

London pop ups

The design duo Mason & Painter have opened up a pop-up version of their Columbia Road shop on the South Bank. Taking over Southbank Centre's Festival Terrace Shop for a month they’re showcasing a handpicked collection of vintage collectibles and contemporary curiosities.

Discover at: Southbank Centre Festival Terrace Shop, Belvedere Road, SE1 8XX

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