Top of the Pops: November Week Four

20 Nov 2015

Sip Smith’s Alpine Ski Lodge

Sip Smith Alpine Lodge

Taking over The Well in Clerkenwell, the artisanal distiller Sip Smith has created an underground ski lodge – no ski gear needed. Instead, you have cosy armchairs, open fires and whole range of warming cocktails. Sip on mulled sloe gin and dainty damsel cocktails made with damson vodka and sparkling wine.

When: Every day until February 2016
Where: The Well, 180 St. John Street, Clerkenwell

Dram and Smoke

Dram and Smoke

Scottish cuisine is very much in vogue with recent pop-ups such as Wild Game Co and Dram & Smoke winning rave reviews. This November, the Dram and Smoke boys who are back in their London Bridge pop-up with an experimental Scottish menu. Think haggis, Irn Bru chilli jam and whiskey bread and butter pudding. They’re expecting this venture to be a sell out, so book now.

When: Every Tuesday - Saturday until 19th December
Where: Black Swan Yard, London Bridge

Kitchen Table Projects

Kitchen Table Projects

Kitchen Table Projects help artisan food producers get their products out there. Their pop-up on Great Portland Street, showcases some of the most exciting new artisan food brands. Here, you’ll find everything from bacon making kits to superfood chocolates. It’s taken them over a year to hunt down these brands and they’re pretty proud of the gems they’ve uncovered.

When: Every day until 30th November
Where: 87 Great Portland Street

Rita and Zia

Rita and Zia

The jewellery brand, Rita Zia stands for quality and authenticity. Founded by Sandrine Barabinot, Rita and Zia offers diverse and sophisticated styles for all ages. Assembled by hand in a Geneva workshop, the necklaces are created from wooden beads and semi-precious stones. Their designed to represent positive thinking. Sold across the world, this is their first pop-up shop in the UK and where better to be located than on the glamorous Brompton Road, Chelsea.

When: Every day until 30th November
Where: 201 Brompton Road

Nook London

Nook London

Founded by St Martins graduate, Hattie Hollins, Nook London offers vintage/industrial styled lighting and filament lightbulbs. Creating a lifestyle pop-up store on Upper Street, Nook London are showcasing their products alongside other like-minded brands such as House Doctor, Kreafunk, Alfred & Wild and SkOuRA. Enthusiasts for vintage and industrial design this is the store for you.

When: Every day until 30th November
Where: 126 Upper Street, Islington

Retro Mountain

Retro Mountain

Combining fashion and function, Retro Mountain creates unique one-piece ski suits. Their range of 80s inspired designs are guaranteed to catch the eyes of other skiers and be the centre of attention during any après ski session. Their pop-up on the King’s Road goes beyond just selling their ski attire, with cocktails and fur trimmed capes on offer this is an inspired space for travel and ski lovers.

When: Every day until 6th December
Where: 340 King’s Road, Chelsea

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