What To Do This Weekend 14.06.23
What To Do This Weekend 14.06.23

What To Do This Weekend 14.06.23


Wondering what to do over the weekend? SLMan has you covered. From new openings and restaurant specials to a designer footwear pop-up, here’s what to get stuck into…
Photography Ryan Wicks

Ryan Wicks



Richard Caring’s members club George has reopened its doors after a renovation. On a corner of Mount Street, the venue is now home to Mayfair’s largest terrace (open until 1am), as well as two dining rooms, an art-deco bar with mahogany bar stools, and a private dining room with space for 16. Interiors are dark and elegant, with an impressive collection of David Hockney paintings, including his iconic ‘Afternoon Swimming’ print in the club’s entrance. The kitchen is headed up by chef Marcus Eaves who will showcase classic British dishes made with local produce, alongside a long list of organic and biodynamic wines.

88-89 Mount Street, Mayfair, W1K 2SU

Visit GeorgeClub.com


Manolo Blahnik Pop-Up at Harrods

Luxury footwear brand Manolo Blahnik will open its first ever men’s pop-up at Harrods on Sunday 18th June. For six weeks, shoppers will be able to browse the brand’s AW23 collection – as well as six designs exclusive to the store. Whether you’re after stylish occasionwear shoes or want to elevate your everyday footwear, you’ll find a selection of velvet and leather loafers, brogues, Chelsea boots and sneakers in a range of classic colours. We’ve got our eye on the white low-cut trainers. 

87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, SW1X 7XL

Visit Harrods.com


The Health Optimisation Summit

This year’s Health Optimisation Summit will take place at London’s Business Design Centre on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June. Founded by UK’s leading biohacker Tim Gray (check out his podcast with us here), the two-day event features talks from 35 world-leading speakers across biohacking, nutrition, fitness and medicine. You can also take part in fitness and breathwork classes, and shop over 100 brands, from food supplements to protein gels. Weekend highlights include a talk from Dr Jolene Brighten on how to optimise hormones for sexual health and happiness, and a live Q&A with nutritional therapist Ryan Carter. Tickets start from £286 for access to all stages and talks.

52 Upper Street, Angel, N1 0QH

Visit Summit.HealthOptimisation.com



Park Chinois

Father’s Day lands this Sunday. Take your old man to Mayfair’s Park Chinois for an evening of Asian dishes, whisky and cigars. Choose from dim sum selections, Chinese-inspired appetisers and main dishes like wagyu fillets with green pepper sauce, crispy satay chicken with peanut sauce, and grilled Chilean seabass with plum sauce. There’s a special ‘Godfather’ chocolate dessert shaped like a cigar and filled with chocolate mousse, caramel and ice-cream. You could even add on a flight of five whiskies, from the Macallan Oak Experience (£58) to the 100-year Suntory Anniversary flight (£360).  

17 Berkeley Street, Mayfair, W1J 8EA

Visit ParkChinois.com


Eggbreak x Ruben's Reubens Salt Beef Sando

Notting Hill brunch spot Eggbreak has teamed up with sarnie aficionado Ruben's Reubens to create the ‘Reuben Sando’. The special is a brioche bun loaded with cured salt beef brisket, soft scrambled eggs, American cheese, pickles and a classic Russian dressing. It’s available at Eggbreak until the end of June, and you can add on sides like tater tots, grilled halloumi, Scottish smoked salmon, or pork and leek sausages – all washed down with your go-to coffee, beer or even a breakfast cocktail.

30 Uxbridge Street, Notting Hill, W8 7TA

Visit Eggbreak.com


Circuit Society

Shane Collins is the mastermind behind Kobox and a former master trainer at Barry’s Bootcamp. His latest brainwave is Circuit Society, a full-body workout to help you build strength and endurance. With outposts already in Camden and St Albans, the brand has just opened a site in Bayswater. Its 45-minute classes are made for anyone wanting a burst of cardio and conditioning in one – and no two classes are ever the same. 

Porchester Gardens, Bayswater, W2 4SJ

Visit CircuitSociety.fit

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