TREAT YOURSELVES: Adam Handling Valentine’s Day Menu
Take the pressure out of Sunday night with Adam Handling’s Valentine’s Day box. Packed in-house by the team at Frog by Adam Handling in Covent Garden, the box’s five-course menu for two includes sourdough with chicken butter; lobster tagliatelle; honey roast duck with hasselback potatoes and braised red cabbage; chocolate and raspberry mouse cake; white chocolate and champagne truffles; strawberry cocktails and a bottle of Irony Brut Rosé. The box costs £250 and is available for nationwide delivery.
BRING THE BAR HOME: Canvas Sensory Bar Experience
Elevate Friday and Saturday night drinks with Canvas, a new service that delivers an all-round cocktail bar experience at home. Each of its monthly boxes is put together in collaboration with a top bartender. You’ll get an assortment of snacks, pre-mixed cocktails and extra little touches, like candles and music. The first box, Primavera, has been created to celebrate the aperitivo. To get in on it, sign up to the guestlist at Canvas.bar, where you’ll be notified when reservations open. You’ll then have 24 hours to secure one. Boxes are £75 (plus P&P).
GET YOUR CULTURE FIX: Living With Art: Picasso To Celmins At The British Museum
On Sunday, the British Museum unveils its online exhibition Living With Art: Picasso To Celmins. Spanning almost a century of modern art, the exhibition will showcase highlights from the wide-ranging collection of Alexander Walker, a late film critic for the Evening Standard and prolific collector of modern and contemporary prints and drawings. The exhibition features 30 prints and drawings by artists including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Lucian Freud, Bridget Riley and David Hockney.