Bank holiday highlights in Chelsea

Bank holiday highlights in Chelsea

As we welcome another bank holiday with open arms, we’ve rounded up a few exciting highlights on and around the King’s Road…

The Cadogan Arms

The Cadogan Arms will be offering Sunday roasts on both Sunday 1st and Monday 2nd. Enjoy longhorn beef rump, served with bone marrow sauce and horseradish cream or the shoulder of lamb and herb fed chicken. We think these are perfectly accompanied by a cocktail – why not try the ‘Lemon Verbena Paloma’ tequila, lemon verbena, pink salt and grapefruit soda? Can’t get enough of the Cadogan Arms? Be sure to check out The Cadogan Arms Afternoon of Wine here for those post bank holiday blues.

298 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UG | book here

 

The Pheasantry

Kick off the bank holiday weekend with Earl Okin. The legendary jazz singer and songwriter will be putting on a show at The Pheasantry, at the ripe age of 75. The show will focus on Okin’s love of great past songwriters of the Great American and Brazilian Songbooks. As well as the fabulous music, you’ll be entertained by his unique brand of humour. Tickets are £15 and booking is required, don’t miss out.

The Pheasantry, 152/154 King’s Rd, London SW3 4UT | book here

 

Bluebird

Make the most of school-night-free Sunday at Bluebird. From 8pm, join Bluebird for a late-night party joined by percussionist, Tello Morgado and DJ Tony Piscitelli in the upstairs bar. As the sun appears to be shining this weekend, start the night early and secure a spot on Bluebird’s sun-trap terrace with a cocktail or two. ‘Follow the Petals’ with Sauvelle Vodka, rose syrup, jasmine tea syrup and fresh egg white is the perfect summer tipple.

350 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UU | book here

 

National Army Museum 

Take a trip to the National Army Museum for the fascinating and thought-provoking Solider Stories. On 1 May, see history come to life with characters both real and imagined from the Army’s past and on Sunday, meet Sister Evelyn Morgan – a nurse part of the Normandy Landings in 1944. Admission is free and no booking is required.

Royal Hospital Rd, London SW3 4HT | find out more here

 

Made in Mykonos at Raffles

Let your hair down this bank holiday at the iconic Chelsea nightclub, Raffles. The popular night, ‘Made in Mykonos’ is celebrating the long weekend and the last Saturday of the month. A night on the Raffles dancefloor is sure to offer a memorable start to the weekend and if you happen to wake up with a slightly sore head, there are plenty of excellent caffeine hubs on the Road to sort you out!

287 King’s Rd, London SW3 5EW | find out more here

 

28 – 50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen

Celebrate in style with Champagne and unlimited… yes, UNLIMITED! Oysters at 28-50, King’s Road. Enjoy delicious champagne chosen by 28-50’s experienced sommeliers and pair this with all the oysters you could wish for, accompanied by fresh lemons and traditional finely diced shallots in red wine vinegar. Available on Saturday 12 – 5 and Sunday all day for £65 per person.

300 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UH | Find out more and book here

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