What To Do This Weekend 20.03.24
What To Do This Weekend 20.03.24

What To Do This Weekend 20.03.24


Wondering what to do with your downtime? SLMan has you covered. From a new speakeasy to an amped-up workout, here’s what to get stuck into…


Grab A Drink:

Prelude By Oriole

Three-month pop-up Prelude by Oriole opened its doors in The Yards last week. From the minds behind great boltholes like Bar Swift and Nightjar, Prelude paves the way for a new permanent place coming this summer. Alongside the usual outstanding cocktails, there’s an à la carte menu featuring dishes like beef tartare sando, and duck with orange mole. Prelude isn’t quite as late night as its older siblings – it’s open ’til 11pm, Wednesday to Saturday, with a couple of live piano sets each night.

23 Slingsby Place, Covent Garden, WC2E 9AB

Visit OrioleBar.com

Try A New Workout:

Peloton X Defected Records

Peloton has teamed up with indie house label Defected Records. From 21st March, there will be six cycling classes soundtracked by exclusive mixes from DJs on the Defected roster including Arielle Free, as well as three live DJ rides with Ferreck Dawn. Want a preview of the mixes? Click here.

Visit OnePeloton.co.uk

Eat Like An A-Lister:

Spago Pop up

Wolfgang Puck is the man who’s catered the Oscars for nearly three decades. For just three years, the legendary chef is bringing his original Beverly Hills eatery Spago to London. It’s taking over Cut At 45 Park Lane with a five-course dinner menu featuring dishes like lobster and asparagus salad with yuzu miso vinaigrette and ricotta-nettle gnocchi.

45 Park Lane, Mayfair, W1K 1PN; 20th-22nd March

Visit DorchesterCollection.com

See Some Art:

London Original Print Fair

From Thursday to Sunday this week, London’s biggest and brightest print fair is back at Somerset House. Get up close to pieces from all-time names like Hockney and Picasso. Check out new works from Brit artists like Marc Quinn and Grayson. Or go all in and buy pieces from some of the next-gen talent on display.

Somerset House, Covent Garden, WC2R 1LA; 21st-24th March

Visit LondonOriginalPrintFair.com

Book Ahead:

Roast at Sucre

The Easter bank holiday is fast approaching, so it’s time to lock in those reservations. New for that weekend, Soho’s Sucre is launching its new offering, an Argentinian-inspired open-fire cooked roast. Served from 12pm-4pm across the weekend, we can think of few things better than a tender beef joint cooked over charcoal and wood embers.

47b Great Marlborough Street, Soho, W1F 7JP

Visit SucreRestaurant.com

Celebrate Iftar:

The Gantry Hotel

Launching this Saturday (23rd March), The Gantry in Stratford has collaborated with cult-favourite British Afghan smokehouse Cue Point Ldn for an Iftar Saturday Supper Club series. Coinciding with Ramadan and the Solar New Year, the duo will be infusing quintessential British classics and Afghan flavour profiles. Over the next three weekends at the luxe hotel’s restaurant Union Social, diners can break their fast with sharing BBQ dishes of oak-smoked beef ribs and chicken, served alongside unami sides like cheesy baked potato mash in saffron butter and smoked leeks with pomegranate molasses dressing.

40 Celebration Avenue, Stratford, E20 1DB

Visit TheGantryLondon.com

Get Some R&R:

Neuro Glow At Remedi London

Your new year’s resolutions may have fallen by the wayside now April is in sight. If so, futuristic wellness centre Remedi London is here to provide you with a reset. Its new Neuro Glow approach is a step-by-step holistic treatment to help you get back on track. The plan starts with a consultation with the clinic's founders Dr Nima and functional medicine practitioner nurse Yasmin Shirazi. Next up is a de-stressing facial, followed by a biohacking guided meditation treatment to fight stress. This new treatment is all about overall health and healing the body through the mind. Want to try out some latest biohacking trends? Remedi London offers cryotherapy and Emerald Laser – a fat-sculpting treatment that even works on visceral fat.

Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms, SW11 7B

Visit RemediLondon.com


Get Date Night Right:


TT, formerly TT Liquor, unveils a new restaurant this Friday. Led by chef Sam Lone – formerly of Oren and The Palomar – guests can enjoy specials like smoked ox cheek croquettes and barbecued mackerel. The space is worthy of the menu too – TT is a housed in a former Victorian police station and the rooftop restaurant, complete with outdoor grill, is perfect for date night.

17b Kingsland Road, Hoxton, E2 8AA

Visit TT-London.co.uk 

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