What to do this Weekend

We're taking you from Korea to Roald Dahl to a weekend of Halloween. What else is London but adventure. Enjoy our weekend guide. 

Koibird - London's destination-themed concept store with ready-to-wear and beauty on offer. Opening last year, the shop goes through a complete overhaul twice each season taking on a new theme or destination. 

Fall for Koibird is about all things Korean, including Low Classic, Salondeju and Yuul Yie shoes, bags by Song Ryoo, apparel from Betterkind and Blindness and over 40 cult K-Beauty brands like Soohyang and Vogmask.  Just behind The Mandeville, its worth checking out. 

The Blind Pig - Hidden above Jason Atherton's genius restaurant, Social Eating House, on Soho’s Poland Street, you’ll find one of the best speakeasies in the city. Fun and games are the order of the day at The Blind Pig, where the cocktail list is modelled on children’s literature - think Baggins Shire Brew, BFG’s Dream Jar - and the pub grub-style bar snacks have all the Michelin flare of the food downstairs.

The Blind Pig, 58 Poland Street, Soho, London, W1F 7NR. Ask our concierge to book you a table. 

Eyeball cupcakes? Pumpkin tartlets? Hubble, bubble, toil & trouble. We have a spooky afternoon tea brewing with this year’s Halloween Afternoon Tea, until 3rd November. It’s calorie-worthy, insta-worthy and an afternoon out-worthy. Get booking here!