Tag: easter


Hop to Revolution bars in London to celebrate the egg-citing return of this limited edition serve, available now until 1st April,in the run up to Easter.

This Chocolate Egg Vodka joins Revolution’s 30-strong range of Handcrafted Flavours. It's sweet, gooey and chocolaty flavour will be a welcome change in a shot glass and one Jesus would clearly approve of. It's the perfect cheeky tipple for the Easter period.

Bank Holiday weekends are simply made for letting your hair down. Join Revolution for its Big Easter Weekend with an extended happy hour on Good Friday and free cocktails and canapés throughout Easter Saturday. Come Easter Sunday, it’s big party night so book an area or table for dinner or just drinks in advance via www.revolution-bars.co.uk/book-a-table/ and you and your friends will receive a free Big Blank Canvas sharing cocktail to enjoy upon arrival.

Find the nearest Revolution to you-

Revolution London - America Square, 1 America Square Tower Hill London, EC3N 2LS

Tel: 0203 355 7500

Revolution London - Clapham High St, 95-97 Clapham High St, Clapham, London, SW4 7TB

Tel: 0207 720 6642

Revolution London - Clapham Junction, 276-288 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction, SW11 1LJ

Tel: 0207 738 9104

Revolution London - Leadenhall, 140-144 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4QT

Tel: 0207 621 9955

Revolution London - Richmond, 4 Whittaker Avenue, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1EH

 Tel: 0208 940 1379

gails-bakery-easter-newsLooking for a good Easter sized hot cross bun in London? Get to the soon to be open (tomorrow) GAIL’s Artisan Bakery.

The team is excited to open the doors to its new bakery at 71 Abbeville Road on Friday, 6th March.

Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and light supper, the bakery will offer GAIL’s signature breads, pastries, cakes and sweets. The menu, overseen by Head Baker Roy Levy, includes French Dark and San Francisco sourdoughs, freshly baked croissants and pastries, cinnamon buns, sausage rolls and carrot cakes, as well as a selection of daily sandwiches and salads. All GAIL’s products are handmade in London with no artificial additives or preservatives, delivered fresh to the bakeries every morning.

Tom Molnar, co-founder of GAIL’s says: “We are thrilled to be opening in the heart of Clapham and to bring top quality bread to the neighbourhood. As soon as we saw the space we fell in love with it, and we are particularly excited to be opening in such a beautiful part of London.”

GAIL’s on Abbeville Road comprises a warm and welcoming, but minimalist interior, whilst adopting contemporary industrial design details throughout. Display tables and kitchen counters are marble-topped, while rustic timber flooring in the dining and counter area soften the cool marble and steel. The furniture in the bakery includes reclaimed chairs in the dining area and a blackened steel ‘high table’ overhung with bespoke pendant lights to softly illuminate the space.


This Easter Boxpark have teamed up with their favourite stores and Let’s Go Hme to giveaway 10 eggselent goodies!

From 3rd-6th April, keep an eye on our Twitter (@boxpark)from 12pm for daily clues! All you need to do is track down the our egg stickers hidden in stores and claim your prize. Simple! All the prizes come with a 1 of a kind custom tote bag from Let’s Go Hme + extra goodies!

Prizes range from watches, tshirts, headphones and much more.

Brands in the hunt:

East London Juice Co, Replay, Hype, Twisted Time, Hymn, Parla, Nicce, Millionhands, Solillas and Urbanears.


Sickly sweet Miss Edmunds entices guests to risk Death By Chocolate at The London Dungeon(1)

Forget chocolate eggs, fondant fancies or violet creams - it's strictly 'violent screams' at The London Dungeon this Easter as guests are dared to risk Death by Chocolate. Meet the deadly Miss Edmunds, a charming young lady with a poisonous nature, who is setting up her toxic sweet shop from Saturday, March 28 to Sunday, April 12 2015. No fluffy bunnies or cheeping chicks here – this is an Easter outing for families who like their entertainment with more strychnine than saccharine and particularly good for those with hard to please teens. 

Enter Miss Edmunds Victorian Sweetie Shoppe with shelves ladened with jar upon jar of colourful candies and lip-licking confectionary. But beware... the beautiful Miss Edmunds is actually one of the most notorious poisoners in history and likes to lace her treats with a very deadly ingredient.

And as a very special London Dungeon's Easter gift, every guest on the first tour of the Easter holiday period will receive a limited edition box of Miss Edmunds’ Violent Screams.  A delicious assortment of soft centred chocolates... they may leave an interesting after taste*

Those who make it out of the sweet shop should not expect a sweeter experience beyond as they make their way into the depths of the Dungeon where 1000 years of London’s murky past lies in store with more murderous rogues on the loose - from Jack the Ripper, to Guy Fawkes and Sweeney Todd, plus plenty of edge of the seat surprises and two thrilling rides.

Book ahead to avoid disappointment at www.thedungeons.com/london.

FREE ‘Violent Screams’ chocolate box for first tour guests each day

Saturday, March 28 – Sunday, April 12 2015

Easter at The Botanist

Chocoholics can seriously indulge with taste bud-tingling combinations of chocolate with coffee, tobacco, Cognac and popping candy throughout Easter week (Monday 30th March to Monday 6th April) with four, limited edition cocktail and chocolate pairings at The Botanist on Sloane Square.

Set time aside this Easter for some serious chocolate appreciation and sweet indulgence, savouring the delights of hand-made Artisan du Chocolat treats perfectly paired with bespoke cocktails.  The masters of mixology at the Botanist, alongside expert chocolatiers from Artisan du Chocolat, have sat down, rolled up their sleeves and given much thought to creating the ultimate taste sensation.  The result; a variation of wicked and playful potions that bring out the deep flavours of the most moreish of treats.

Tropical Highland with tobacco chocolate coated in dark chocolate ganache

Tobacco and chocolate share a revolutionary road together and the combination of both results in a complex flavour ranging from sweet vanilla to smoked hay. A fruity, spiced cocktail of crème de figue, poached pear syrup, lemon juice and Balvenie 14-year scotchis balanced by the dark, rich and herbal undertones of its chocolate treat.

Maca Myers with chocolate coconut macadamias

Warm, exotic tastes are front row centre in this pairing that matches a cocktail of Jamaican Myers Dark Rum and sweet, nutty pistachio syrup with a coconut coated, buttery, macadamia nut chocolate.

Thriller in Vanilla with a popping candy milk chocolate disk

Premium, vanilla-infused Cariel vodka with an extra shot of heady, sweet vanilla syrup is finished with sprightly, zesty Belsazar Rosé Vermouth and cranberry bitters. Paired with a milk chocolate disc filled with popping candy, this is frivolously fun and sweet sophistication.

Elevenses in Sicily with dark chocolate-coated coffee beans

Coffee and chocolate is a match made in heaven and offers a sultry, sharp and intense hit when combined by sipping a coffee and cognac cocktail, enhanced by the bittersweet, herbal flavour of Amaro liqueur.

Priced at £10 each, enjoy any one of the cocktail chocolate pairings or for those with true chocolate appreciation, why not work your way through the flight and we’ll treat you to the fourth on us. 

Get seriously adult about chocolate this Easter at The Botanist, marking the end of Lent in style. 

The Botanist, No. 7 Sloane Square, London SW1W 8EE

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