Pistols at the ready for this fun new immersive event. Based on a Wild West saloon, this pop-up includes smuggling in your own booze that will be made into a serious of luscious libations at this fun bar.
What's On in West London
One of the most affluent areas in London famed for its fine architecture, Notting Hill, the infamous Portobello Market and more, West London is a ripper for events and nights out in London. From roaring club nights atop some of West London's most talked about party venues, to circus inspired bashes, seriously sought after supper clubs and more, nights out in West London are a force to be reckoned with. Check out our recommendations for the best events in West London.
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It may not involve a gin hotel or marmalade-loving bear, but this could just be one of the best things to hit west London for a while. Hit the ice in a special kart and challenge your friends to this unique experience.
Spend a Saturday night at swish bar L'Etranger Piano Lounge as they perk up your weekend with fine dining and cocktails. Located in Kensington, kick things off with delicious French food before a live piano player gets your night going.
O2 Shepherd's Bush is playing host to the best Christmas party and Springsteen fan could ask for. The world's biggest Bruce Springsteen-dedicated night is descending on the capital for a festive edition of Hungry Heart. Expect to hear all your favourite hits, live tracks and obscurities from The Boss.
Start the party early on Saturday with King's Head in Fulham. The quirky new bar has a sexy selection of interiors, all inspired by kids' films, and is throwing a bottomless brunch every Saturday; think bubbles and great subs.
Fulham's Thameside Beach has had an Alpine makeover. This festive season, sprinkle your Instagram feed with some winter wonderland magic as you recline on fur-lined sofas, mulled wine in hand, dine on fondue and take part in one of their fun activities. With its heated winter lodge, retro gondolas and bauble-filled igloos, it's packed with yuletide joy.
Sundays are about to get a whole new lease of life, as The Chelsea Lodge has launched a tipsy twist on the classic afternoon tea. Head west, where you'll find sumptuous sliders, sweet treats and bottomless bubbles at this King's Road hotspot.
Head west, where it's all about luxury in Sloane Square as The Botanist celebrates its 10th birthday with acclaimed British jeweller, Alex Monroe. With a bee-inspired menu in homage to the jeweller, you can e4xpect luxurious bee-pollen and honeycomb dishes.
If you're a lover of Japanese food and culture, then this masterclass will be right up your street. Not only will you learn all about the country's natural hidden wonderland, Hokkaido, but you can also discover the tastes with a menu prepared by renowned chef Keiichi Nukita.
One of the best bars in West London, this quirky pub and restaurant is top spot for everything from tasty fine-dining food and drink, to a chilled pint and late night parties.
Head to Notting Hill where Queens is bringing you so good, old-fashioned curling action every Wednesday and Thursday. Get ready to curl the night away with this quirky West London activity.
Head to Chiswick where the Fuller's brewery are holding hour-long tasting sessions every Thursday and Friday. Get to know more about the history of one of London's oldest beer producers and sample some of their stellar beers.
Join this Harry Potter walking tour through London as you see actual locations used in filming, as well as compete in a fun, interactive quiz to find out who the biggest Potterhead is. If Harry Potter isn't your thing, try out their other themed tours!
Whether you're in Twickenham or Victoria, M Restaurant is putting on an eclectic line-up of events. The swish restaurants are hosting a delicious bottomless brunch, or further west, there's a polo lunch, which includes a lesson, and the chance to watch a game.
If she's a gin fan with superior tastes you'd better get her down to Notting Hill where The Ginstitute are offering three hour sessions of gin drinking, learning and making, complete with expert cocktails and oodles of saucy gin facts.
Goat in Chelsea is a stylish former pub that's been transformed into one of West London's favourite restaurants. Head there every Thursday for a different themed cocktail class, DJs and 50% off food and drink.
Putting Ealing on the map for London's best brunches, Soane's are serving two beautiful courses of food, along with bottomless bubbles and there's even a choir thrown in to serenade you with the biggest hits from the nineties, noughties and now.