Top of the Pops: March Week Four
17 Mar 2016
ABQ – Breaking Bad Bar
After their sell out success last year, the Breaking Bad cocktail bar is back – with a newly refurbished RV and a new, more molecular, cocktail list on the menu. The RV is now ready to accommodate for a full cooking experience for groups of 2 to 8 people. Just remember, this a BYOB – all visitors will be provided with the essential acids, chemicals, potions and other concoctions to cook up Breaking Bad style cocktails!
When: Thurs - Sat from 6pm - midnight
Where: Cleve Workshops, Boundary Street
The Art of Dining's 1980s Office Party
The Eighties is surely the greatest decade for office dressing – think big hair, bold makeup and even bigger shoulder pads. And now, The Art of Dining is giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy it once again with its 1980s-themed office party complete with a five-course meal and of course, plenty of fancy dress. The menu is inspired by office food such as the morning black coffee and afternoon biscuits, but thankfully with a gastronomic twist.
When: 23rd - 16th April
Where: The Rose Lipman Building, 43 De Beauvoir Road
Combining traditional recipes from Brittany with local, free range produce, Crêpe Lucette’s mission is to always serve up something that’s tasty, sustainable and supports local businesses. They’re easy to spot at markets and festivals – just follow the sound of swing music and look out the glamorous ‘Lucettes’ in polka dot dresses.
When: 24th - 27th March
Where: Boxpark Easter Market
Bone & Broth
Back by popular demand, Bone & Broth are re-appearing in Old Street Station. If you didn’t discover them last month, make sure you do now. Their comforting broths are made from 12 hours of slow cooking using traditional recipes fused with East Asian influences. Full of collagen, gelatin, amino acids and minerals, which contribute to a healthier living, these broths are just what you need to get you through the final weeks of winter.
When: 21st March - 24th April
Where: Old Street Station Unit 2A
PAN's Greek Pop-Up
The Greek street food sensation, PAN has taken on a new residency in Machine No.3 in Hackney. The name comes from the Greek παν, which translates as everything and inclusive. PAN’s food stands for freshness, seasonality, simplicity and sharing. The chef Despina Swahili believes, "eating is all about sharing and PAN is a celebration of good food and the pleasure of bringing people together around a table. Our feasts are a celebration of the uniqueness of the occasion, a coming together of the season, the location and the guests.”
When: 24th/ 25th/ 26th March
Where: Machine No. 3, Well Street, Hackney