Wondering how to spend your precious 48 hours off or how to spoil your dad this Father’s Day? Let SL be your guide…
Maggie’s Pop-Up at Queen’s
If you’re heading to the Queen’s tennis tournament this weekend, make sure you check out the Maggie’s Club Pop-up Enclosure. Taking inspiration from the ‘80s, expect ping pong tables, arcade games, wooden rackets, Rubix cubes and ball-shaped beanbags, all accompanied with Ciroc-fuelled cocktails and plenty of Moët et Chandon. John McEnroe headband: optional.
Father’s Day Deals
Heaps of venues are running Father’s Day offers this Sunday: treat your dad to an Indian feast at Zaika in South Kensington, with three courses for just £21.50; head for an American Sunday brunch, complete with buttery pancakes and unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Marys (£25 for three courses + £15 for drinks) at Avenue; or chow down on grilled lobster and smokehouse burgers (£25) at the Big Easy in Covent Garden and Chelsea.
GEISHA at Ramusake
New Japanese dining-come-party night GEISHA at Ramusake is launching in South Kensington this Friday. From the team behind Mahiki, Whisky Mist and Bodo’s Schloss, expect delicious food and sake-led cocktails with performers and DJs to make you feel like you’re in Tokyo.
HOUSE at Spirit of Summer Fair
Interiors lovers should head to Olympia from 17th-20th June for HOUSE, a four-day festival where you’ll discover emerging designers and hear talks by experts in style and design, all washed down with a glass of Champagne. You’ll also have access to the Spirit of Summer Fair, which showcases a prestigious collection of interiors, garden and decorative accessories, plus fashion and children’s clothing, alongside artisan food and drink.