Tag: Fitzrovia

Mac and Wild are going to be foraging for their lunch this Saturday and you can join them. If you like the idea of searching for your own food you can tag along for their monthly forage in Battersea Park this weekend.

Mac & Wild will take you out with London foraging expert, James Grant, to show you what's growing on your doorstep. It's wild garlic season so there's sure to be plenty of that to find for a start! After a couple of hours in the park you make your way back to Mac & Wild Devonshire Square for brunch.

Saturday 7th April, 10.15am, Forage and Brunch.
Tickets cost £40pp and include a 2 hour guided forage, 1 x brunch dish, 1 x brunch cocktail.

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Putting an Aussie spin on the classic British roast, Dickie Fitz, Fitzrovia’s new all-day restaurant, has launched its Sunday Feasting menu, a weekly family-style meal complete with entertainment and sharing cocktails. Party with family and friends to live DJ sets as though there were no Monday, while wielding giant watermelon cocktails brimming with punch, as the final day of the week is given over to feasting on the grandest scale. The Sunday sessions will kick off from April 10th, when Dickie Fitz will throw a party with celebrations big enough to match the size of the sharing portions.

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Share a whole BBQ cob chicken with a sake-honey glaze, a steamed Cornish sea bass with ginger, soy, chilli, coriander, or a 42-day aged Belted Galloway beef rib, Robata-grilled on the bone. The real star of the show takes the form of a whole Iberico suckling pig, brined in-house and spit roasted, theatrically brought to the table, serving up to 12. The meals are supplemented with weekly-changing seasonal sides such as whole cauliflower cheese and salt-baked kumara (sweet potato), while sweets include Mrs Robinson’s Lamingtons or a sticky banana bread, coconut and ginger pudding.

Cocktails are a group affair with delights such as a Bush Fire Bucket Bloody Mary served in a fire bucket and the Walkabout Watermelon Punch with a blend of kiwi vodka, lemon juice and pomegranate, served in a watermelon.

Available every Sunday from April, the Sunday Feasting menu is the latest addition to the Pacific-inspired modern day brasserie run by Executive Chef Matt Robinson (Bluebird, Skylon, maze) catering from breakfast, through to lunch and after-work drinks.

Dickie Fitz Sundays ­– “A large elaborately prepared meal usually for many persons and often accompanied by entertainment”

Dickie Fitz

48 Newman Street, London W1T 1QQ

020 3667 1445



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The folks that brought you Simmons King’s Cross and Simmons Camden have now made their way to Fitzrovia, with their new cocktail bar ‘Simmons Fitzrovia’ opening on Thursday November 20th. There's really no stopping them and with their brilliant cocktails and wonderful interiors it's easy to see why!

his two storey bar is hard to miss with mismatching lamps (a signature staple of Simmons Bars) lighting up the venue. A sparkling mirror skull disco ball greets you as you step into this eccentric space, decorated with funky wallpaper, neon light signs and clocks and frames of all shapes and sizes.

Hideaway downstairs for a little midnight mischief in one of their arched caves. This drinkers’ paradise is equipped with a full bar and DJ station. If it gets a bit too heated inside, converge outside under the stars with their seating area out front, equipped with fire blazing heaters and canopys, it works whether it’s winter or summer!

Serving up a delightful range of delicious cocktails in teacups and teapots, their well stocked bar also includes a variety of ales and ciders (craft and mainstream) as well as an extensive continental wine list with a variety of bar snacks if you’re feeling peckish.With their marathon happy hour from 4pm-9pm, Sunday- Friday there’s no need to break the bank to have a good time. Team this with an eclectic programme of entertainment, this new kid on the block is sure to impress the London centric crowd. 

Open from 1pm to 1am this whimsical watering hole will keep you entertained from dawn till dusk. With friendly staff, a house party vibe and local DJ’s pumping out some old school tunes this quirky venue is sure to attract the crowds and become the next favorite haunt in Fitzrovia.

stella-restaurant-_2321365bSundays are a time to relax. Make sure the end of your week is as leisurely as possible with the LIMA Long Lunch at the Michelin-starred restaurant in Fitzrovia.

Enjoy free-flowing Prosecco or Pisco Punch with a selection of starters including the mixed ceviche, salmon tiradito or tuna causa delivered to your table to share. Choose also your main, a side and dessert from the wide variety of delicious dishes on the lunch menu, all for £35 per person.

The LIMA Long Lunch will be available between 12pm and 3:30pm every Sunday.


The Crown and Sceptre is the ideal spot for a relaxed Sunday brunch or lunch. Full of comfy corners for one on ones or morning-afters and big tables for large friendly get-togethers.

To be found in Fitzrovia the watering and feeding hole is an idea spot if you are in central - not a tourist trap, not overpriced and not over pompus.

The menu includes burgers, the always needed eggs Benedict and sides such as slaw and fries. It's all pretty standard but it's done well and is certainly a gem in the area.

There's also free wifi which is always a bonus if you want to grab something to eat as well as do a little work in a break between meetings and if you join the mailing list you get a free bloody Mary!

86 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6SD