London Coffee Festival, 7-10 April, Truman Brewery
Prepare for a whole lot of sleepless nights as the London Coffee Festival rolls into town with all manner of caffeine related events and concoctions!
The event includes everything from coffee related pop-up restaurants to coffee workshops and even a party on Friday night DJ Yoda and Baileys! Tickets start at £14.50 in advance from www.londoncoffeefestival.com/tickets
The Negroni Journey
Having enchanted London with its bitter-sweet flavour, Negroni fans have the opportunity to taste some of the city's finest versions with the launch of the Negroni Journey. Bought to you by Leon Dalloway and his Gin Journey crew, guests are transported around some of London's best bars, including 68&Boston and Polpo to sip on their versions of this iconic cocktail!
Tickets are just £60, including the transport, cocktails at five bars and even a little bottle of World of Zing Bordeaux Cask Aged Negroni to take home with you! http://ginjourney.com
Comida Fest, 16-17 April, Oxo Tower Wharf
Comida Fest comes to scenic South Bank with a tasty journey that will cover the vast culinary diversity of Latin America, including their infamous cocktails! The lively Latin vibe will be provided by music curated by the group Movimientos, whilst food will include everything from arepas and Cuban sandwiches to churros and tacos. The event is free to attend, so there's no excuse! www.comidafest.com
Songkran (Thai New Year) with Singha Beer @ Carousel, 14-15 April
Prepare to escape the London buzz with a one-way ticket to Thailand for the evening, as Singha Beer teams up with Shuttlecock- Inc to host an immersive dining experience for Thai New Year. Guests will enter a bustling Chiang Mai street, with shops, bars and street stalls as they traditional Thai dishes and Singha beer aplenty. Completing the experience will be traditional Thai music and even recreated to cast away wish lanterns!
Tickets are available to buy for £35 per person at www.shuttlecock-inc.com/singha_beer.html
Secret Brixton, 18-23 April
How many of Brixton's secrets do you know? Through a week-long series of mysterious events, exclusive check-in deals and unique secret menu items in some of the area's most iconic and unique locations, you can discover them all. Expect free food, drinks and adventure from some of the best spots through the neighbourhood. It's totally free to get involved - just sign up at www.secretbrixton.co.uk
Whisky Dinner Series on a decommissioned Tube Carriage, Walthamstow
What, why, how???
So many questions, with one simple answer – because who wouldn't want a four-course whisky paired dinner served aboard a decommissioned 1969 London Underground carriage converted into a dining venue in Walthamstow, London. The dinners cost £69 and will be held on April 21st-23rd and July 14th-16th.
Tickets from www.designmynight.com/london/whats-on/food-drink/the-underground-supper-club-whisky-dinners-2016
Great British Flavours Of East London @ Wringer + Mangle, Hackney
Wringer + Mangle, has teamed up with food journalist Victoria Stewart to curate a series of supperclubs inspired by the flavour and culture of East London. Running for for eight weeks from 17 April, chefs chosen to take residence include Rosie Birkett who will be also launching her new book ‘East London Food'; Uyen Luu with a Vietnamese menu; and Soli and Sanaz Zardosht, sisters known for their Persian influenced cuisine. The dinners cost £40/head, including a cocktail. www.wringerandmangle.co.uk