The rest of the year 2014 will see some fantastic food & drink festivals across London. There is something for serious food fanatics as well as casual food lovers. Here are the top four festivals to visit and if you are attending from out of town, you can visit them all from the convenient location of your hotel in North London.
Real Food Market – South Bank Centre Square
The Real Food Market event runs every week until Christmas and provides you with a great opportunity to meet local food producers. You can experience the best of British food and find locally sourced, organic produce for affordable prices. The Real Food Market offers you anything from vegetables to locally sourced chocolate, so it is a fun way to learn more about food in different ways.
Urban Food Fest – Shoreditch
If you are looking to have a good time and experience the joys of street food, then you need to head down to Shoreditch. The Urban Food Fest takes place every Saturday evening until 20th December. The food stalls change every week, so you can keep coming back if you want. On top of the tasty foods, you can also find a fantastic collection of craft beers and wines at the Urban Food Fest.
London Cocktail Week – Covent Garden
London Cocktail Week is happening on the second week of October and it is a must-go place for drink lovers. You can experience new tasty cocktails, as well as learn how to create amazing drinks for yourself. If you are staying at our hotel in North London, you can pop into Covent Garden in 20 minutes and avoid the costly central London hotel fees. You can even follow your London Cocktail Week tour with a tasty dinner in our restaurant.
London Restaurant Festival – London-wide event
October also welcomes the annual London Restaurant Festival, which is perfect for foodies. You can find plenty of restaurants across the city that run different events, such as the Eat Film occasion where you get to enjoy gourmet popcorn in the company of the legendary Ian Rankin. In addition, it is a great opportunity to learn more about different ethnic cuisines in London, as there are plenty of food tours available from Mexican food to Japanese cuisine.
The above food & drink festivals offer a bit of something for everyone this autumn. Make sure you get in on the action in the capital city.