It’s rare nowadays to have four consecutive days off… four days to relax, unwind, and do all the things you wish you could if you had more time. It’s also pressure to make sure each day is filled with impressive outings so you feel like you have made the most of it. We can’t promise you good weather, however, we can promise you that if you do at least one of these four activities, your spectacular weekend will start to shape up how you imagined it…


Covent Garden, 176 Drury Ln, London | £35 all-in


Get into the swing of it all on Good Friday with Bottomless Brunch at Jar Kitchen in Covent Garden. Their ethos is, simple food with fresh ingredients that are locally sourced. Each dish has a delicious twist and every bite can be washed down with their unlimited offering of Prosecco, Bloody Mary or Mimosas.



Photo Credits: Jarkitchen.com 


Broadgate, 1-2 Exchange Arcade, London | Free Entry


The Urban Garden is running through till June, however the long weekend that is upon us means venturing out to all the places we could if we had more time. Broadgate have created three unique gardens that represent different corners of the globe. If you can fit in all three it will leave you feeling relaxed and inspired.

Deliciously Ella Garden in Exchange Square which features an on-site deli where you can create your own salads and pick-your-own seasonal produce including fresh herbs, edible flowers and vegetables.

Have a relaxing walk around the Japanese Bamboo Garden in Broadgate Plaza which host a variety of yoga classes and well-being activities.

Get green and head to the Tulip Patchwork Garden in Finsbury Avenue Square featuring beautiful flower displays.

Make sure you check the website for each of the gardens bespoke event schedule.



Photo Credits: broadgate.co.uk



Pop-Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Rd, London | Free entry


Pop Brixton is throwing a party of all parties on Easter Sunday. They are celebrating the newly refurbished outdoor space and we are super happy they have invited us all to enjoy the day with them. The party kicks off at 10am with family-friendly activities, then Midnight Riot Records take the place and decks over for an exclusive party that will have you dancing into the wee hours.

Pop-Brixton has a variety of food outlets, from a chicken and waffle shack to a pizza place, to a beautiful tapas bar. They have a prosecco bar to a craft beer bar … to a wine bar… so you will be more than spoiled for choice.



Photo credits: popbrixton.co.uk & timeout.co.uk


The Botanist, 7 Sloane Square, London | £9


If you want to be completely on trend this Easter while finishing the weekend off with a touch of class, then get your hands on the new and limited addition Easter Egg Bunnidict…it’s available at The Jugged Hare in Barbican, Greenwood in Victoria and at the Aviary, however we will be enjoying it at The Botanist London on Sloane Square.

It’s a twist on the all time classic Eggs Benedict, featuring a light and fluffy hot cross bun topped with a wedge of gooey marshmallow, vanilla and coconut panna cotta ‘eggs’ filled with mango ‘yolk’ and drizzled with crème anglaise and lemon balm… what a sweet-tastic way to bring the weekend to an closing-end.


Photo credits: thehandbook.com



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