5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 25/4-1/5

5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 25/4-1/5

Another bank holiday weekend is upon us. It’s time to make hay and ditch the “drinks after work” date idea by doing something FUN! Here are this week’s cool London date ideas!

The “Were Just (taste) BUDS” Date

Food, glorious food! For those who aren’t fans of going for a dinner date so early on when meeting somebody, this could well be the shove you need. The Marylebone Food Festival kicks off on Tuesday with a number of top restaurants and food-focused cafes flexing their culinary muscles all week until Sunday. Great for a first or 4-hundredth date!

The “It’s PASTA My Bed Time” Date

If you haven’t been to Eataly on Liverpool Street yet – your time is NOW! Italian food has its good and bad points when dating… Pizza – good. Slurpy, tomato-based pasta…. Not so good. BUUUUT, if you are looking for an Italian experience that isn’t quite as messy as that, Eataly is hosting a Sparkling Wine Festival with tickets starting from just £20!

The “Right FRAME of Mind” Date

We all consider ourselves somewhat of a budding photographer (thanks Instagram). To have a reality check and realise what great photography actually is (and a fun, culturally-rich date), the burning embers of The Sony World Photography Awards are on display at Somerset House until Monday the 2nd. Highly recommended for any type of date!

The “LATIN the Day” Day

If you fancy a date that will get you off your seat, La Linea is back in 2022! Missing from the calendar (like many events) in 2020 and 2021 the Latin Music Festival is taking over various London venues with a focus on thriving female artists this year!

The “You Can’t BEAT London in Summer” Date

Beer garden – check. Bank holiday – check. Sunshine – check. Awesome date to wile away the hours with….. Well, that’s where you come in. Brixton institution Hootananny is hosting Beer Garden Beats this weekend on both Friday and Saturday for a cool transition into the weekend. Tickets are free!

Until next week!

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