Goddamn if this hasn't been one of the longest winters. Ready to crack a few out in a beer garden? Us too. Here's where to find some of the very best this spring in the city. Don't worry though, we doubt the heaters will be going back in just yet.
Top 20 Things To Do This Spring
Spring has finally sprung in London, so ditch those heavy winter jackets and opt for a light little number, all before getting familiar with some of London's best spring events. From brand new pop-ups that promise the best of the season, to unique theatre shows and must-try food events, there's no shortage of ways to get familiar with this city in the midst of Spring, so we chose 20 of the best.
This Spring, The Lost Love Speakeasy is giving you the chance to relive the hedonism of the 1920's. Enter a hidden drinking den in London Bridge and experience a night of live jazz and themed libations, with a stunning New York-themed feast from BBQ legend Neil Rankin.
One of London's most unique rooftop drinking spots, Skylight offers bookable booths and daybeds, alongside lawn games, customisable drinks packages and some of the city's finest views.
London's brunch scene just so happens to be one of the best in the world, and we don't want you to miss a thing this spring. From boozy brunches and ball pits to quirky dining spots, here's the best in eggs and more.
If you haven't been to Chinatown yet, there's no time quite like the spring, especially with this dumpling tour doing the rounds. Not only will you enjoy pillowed bite after pillowed bite, you'll get to know the area on a more intimate (and delicious) level.
This is a brunch that really packs a punch, with five hours of musical theatre form some of the West End's biggest stars. Dance in your seat and on the table as you enjoy a stunning bottomless brunch experience you won't forget.
No list would be complete without a delicious pop-up bar (it's a rule), and this one is here to satisfy your sweet tooth. Running throughout spring, this is a chocolate cocktail club geared to bringing you the best in boozy and sweet treats.
Calling all foodies... Ensure an unforgettable experience as The Water House Project brings you a 7-course pop-up supper club created by Michelin-worthy chefs Herber Berger and Gabriel Waterhouse, with a changing menu created using seasonal dishes.
The Marylebone Menu at St.Mary's Church will be showcasing the finest eateries and bars the are's got to offer with this stunning dinner party. Boasting seven courses form Michelin-starred establishments, the event is sure to please your appetite while also raising money for a charitable cause.
If spring isn't the season for discovering new things, we don't know when is; that's why we've put together a London food guide based on the best cuisine in the city. Caribbean? You got it. Stunning Japanese spots for a catch up with friends? You can count on it.
The Murdér Express is making its historic journey by way of the Seven Sin platform bar, with a tantilising four course menu from Masterchef's 2016 winner Jane Devonshire. Embark on journey you'll never forget, with twisted characters, fine dining, and plenty of mystery.
London's canals and waterways are treasure, and there's no better way to enjoy them by eating right on top of them. From cutesy brunch spots in barges to mega restaurants floating on the Thames, check out our recommendations for boat eateries this spring.
Doing it for the 'gram? Big on beautiful interiors? Heart swells with happiness when you see restaurant and bar design done right? Then we've just the selection of beautiful spots for you this spring, from the botanical down to the magical.
Help crown the best margarita mixologist in London at this quirky pop up in London Fields. Margarita Rumble is bringing together over 15 of London's finest drinking establishments for the ultimate tequila cocktail tournament.
From seitan hot dogs and meat-free burgers heaving with bite to the best dairy-free mac 'n' cheese in the biz, vegan junk food has come a long way in London, and there are plenty of places to get familiar with it as spring shows its face.