Friday, 6 June 2014

Bootleg Booty

June, mythologically speaking, celebrates  birth, youth, love and beauty. And with luck there will be sunshine too - it’s all wrapped up in one splendid, month-long package!

Chefs celebrate June as the real beginning of the season of plenty, and so we have a host of delicious events to entice you with.
First of all, the MidSummer Weekend madness that is the Bootleg Banquet pop-up at the Dead Dolls House on Hoxton Square – a gorgeously quirky private members’ club with full bar and wine list – where we present our trademark Big Food, Flavours and Fun, over two nights on June 20 and 21. And for only £20pp, it’s guaranteed to be a gobsmackingly good night out.
The menu and all the details on how to book are here: for the Friday sitting (7.30pm) for the first sitting on Saturday (6pm)
The venue has a roof terrace too, for pre and post dinner drinks.
Our next Three-Course Thursday is July 31 –  Pimm’s and barbecue on the terrace. It doesn’t get more seasonal than that.
It’s a school night, but it’s SO nearly the weekend … come and join us for a evening of good food, good friends and good times. Umbrellas optional.
Details and booking here:

Pocket sommelier
We love that guests can choose and bring their own drinks to Bootleg Banquet without having to pay corkage. That means you may wish to spend a little more (or a little less) on the wine that you might from a restaurant wine list. But the choice is unlimited and how do you know good value (or great flavour) when you see it on a supermarket shelf?
We think you’d like WOTWINE, a free app that offers  professional wine advice at your fingertips, when you scan a wine bottle barcode. Each wine is given a tasting description and a  WOTWINE price to reflect its actual value, rather than the price on the shelf. We think it’s a great idea, and a perfect match with supperclubs.
Supperclub love
If you like supperclubs you'll love London Pop-Ups. It’s a great resource for Londoners, providing info on pop-ups and supperclubs and a host of foodie events. Follow them on Twitter @LondonPopUps or sign up for their newsletter so you don’t miss out

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