What To Do This Weekend 10.11.21
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TRY A GREAT SANDWICH
Trade is now doing dinner at its Islington and Shoreditch sites. Known for epic sandwiches filled with cured meats, pickles and zingy sauces, Trade’s new menu features some soon-to-be-classics: the ‘Reuben’ sandwich with double pastrami, sauerkraut and Trade sauce on East End rye bread; the ‘Peanut Pork Bun’ with pork belly, peanuts, cucumber and hoisin dressing; and the ‘Cuban Club’ with smoked turkey, ham, Swiss cheese and cranberry sauce. Add on skinny fries and grilled cornbread, then wash it all down with a couple of craft beers.
330 Essex Road, Islington, N1 3PB; 160 Old Street, Shoreditch, EC1V 9BW
DISCOVER COOL ART
Sotheby's Charity Art Auction
Sotheby's annual charity art auction takes place online today until Monday 15th November. Some big names have donated pieces, including Antony Gormley (whose piece is expected to reach £45k), Paula Rego, Anish Kapoor, Quentin Blake, Julian Opie and Bridget Riley. Now in its 12th year, there are over 50 contemporary artists and galleries to browse, spanning paintings, drawings and sculptures. All proceeds will be donated to Freedom From Torture which helps refugees from Afghanistan. Artworks start at £500.
GET YOUR SKATE ON
House of Vans London
After a 15-month closure, House of Vans London has reopened. Visit now to check out the ‘10 Years of House of Vans’ exhibition, featuring memorabilia, images and posters commemorating the venue’s first. Settle down in the cinema room on Friday 12th November from 7pm to watch four short music documentaries about creatives who are killing it right now. You can also book daily skateboarding lessons at the on-site skate school – no gear needed, just book your slot and turn up.
Arches, 228-232 Station Approach Road, Waterloo, SE1 8SW
ORDER IN THE GOOD STUFF
Standard Brew Co.
Standard Brew Co is the new beer subscription service to have on your radar. Created for IPA lovers, it promises a six-pack of freshly brewed beer straight to your door each month. During November, you’ll receive Standard’s IPA 03, hopped with Citra Cryo and Mosaic – only 1,500 litres have been made, so you’ve got to move quickly. The first month of your subscription is free and if you sign up for a year, you’ll be given shares in the business. Boxes cost £20 per month.
WATCH A NEW RELEASE
The FBI’s top profiler John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) is on the case when an Interpol-issued Red Notice goes out to capture the world’s most wanted art thief. To catch her, he’s forced to partner with the world’s greatest art thief Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds). The trio traverse the world in a globe-trotting game of cat-and-mouse.
From 12th November
TUNE INTO THIS NEW PODCAST
Ready for some serious motivation? Athlete turned lifestyle coach Mark Whittle talks to high achievers to find out how they made it to the top. From entrepreneurs and elite athletes to adventurers and all-round hustlers, each guest gives motivational advice on how to achieve your full potential, whether you’re kickstarting a business or taking on a fitness challenge. Don’t miss the episode with brain surgeon Dr Rahul Jandial on what he’s learned over the years during his time at a top Los Angeles hospital.
Meatology Masterclass At The Hippodrome
On Tuesday 16th November from 6.30pm, the Hippodrome casino is hosting a ‘Meatology’ masterclass where participants can learn how to cook the perfect steak – from butchering the meat to preparing and cooking it. Guests will also get a behind-the-scenes tour of the Heliot Steak House’s kitchens, followed by a three-course dinner with paired wines – think 28-day prime steak with triple cooked chips and a selection of sauces. Tickets cost £75pp.
Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square, WC2H 7JH
DITCH THE WEEKEND PAPERS
Bordain: In Stories
Anthony Bourdain left quite the legacy when he died in 2018. Having dedicated himself to travelling the world (and eating nearly everything along the way) the celebrity chef told new stories about people across the globe through food. In this book, Laurie Woolever – his longtime assistant – talks to nearly 100 people, including Bourdain’s closest friends and colleagues, who share the stories of his life and discuss what made him so remarkable.
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