Mega Food Hall Eataly Is Opening Next Thursday
Italian behemoth food hall Italy is about to finally open the doors to its London location next to Liverpool Street Station. There’s about 42,000 - incidentally its square footage - different things going on here, from a market, to outdoor dining restaurant La Terrazza Di Eataly, to a number of different takeaway eateries, to Via Del Dolce (it’s dessert-only counter). Once indoor dining opens there will be even more choice, with more restaurants inside, bars, a cookery school and, presumably, a burrata-themed hotel and a vineyard-inspired roller coaster at some point in the future.
London Rooftop Watch
As if restaurants reopening wasn’t exciting enough, there’s an uptick in al fresco rooftop spots opening including London Bridge Rooftop and The Dorchester Rooftop which are already open, as well as Sabine and The Standard which are both set to open in May.
This Museum Is Getting An Exciting New Café
If you like your cultural knowledge with a side of delicious grub, then Molly’s Café should be on your radar. From the same people that brought us excellent gastropubs, Anchor and Hope and The Clarence Tavern, this new all-day café inside Hackney’s Museum of the Home will be open to visitors from May 6th. Expect a large kitchen garden, high-end sandwiches, low-intervention wines, and top coffee.
A One-Day Pop-Up From Hawksmoor
The latest restaurant to partake in The Age of the Pop-Up is no-brainer steak chain Hawksmoor. For one day only, you’ll find their signature beef dripping chips, lobster rolls, and more in The Stafford London’s courtyard, St. James’s. Book your table here for the 24th April.
Where The Pancakes Are 2.0 Is Coming To Fitzrovia
A question we all must ask ourselves is where are the good pancakes? And the answer is Where The Pancakes Are. Try saying that three times faster. This excellent brunch spot is coming to Fitzrovia with a new spot on Charlotte Street.