There’s something rather compelling about the feeling of visiting a pop-up restaurant or gallery. Perhaps there’s just something about knowing that whatever you’re doing you’ll never be able to do the exact same thing again – there’s just a certain sense of urgency to the whole thing. Whatever the reason is, we know that you’ll be just dying to visit some during your short stay in Mayfair – so we’ve taken the liberty of bringing together a few suggestions of the best autumn pop-ups for you here.
There’ll almost certainly be those of you out there for whom Christmas just can’t come early enough. And while this pop-up isn’t quite a Christmas event, it’s certainly close enough to get you in the mood. How does ice-skating, fondue and street food sound to you?
Well at the South Bank Centre, just a short walk from your Central London serviced apartments, the Lodge Fondue Pop-Up will have all of that waiting for you, for just two short months from the 10th November.
A fan of opera? Great! A fan of exclusive opera that you only get to see once in a lifetime? Even better. This pop-up incarnation of Hänsel and Gretel will be coming to a destination near your Mayfair serviced apartment sometime in November – with areas such as Knightsbridge looking set to decorate the line-up. What could be better for a bit of exclusive culture during your short stay in Mayfair?
A pop-up list couldn’t be complete without the annual Selfridges rooftop pop-up! This year, the crown goes to Il Tetto, an exciting new Italian restaurant that will sit on the top of Selfridges department store throughout the Autumn and Winter 2017.
Each day the stunning looking restaurant will offer brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner in the only style you can expect from Selfridges: fabulous.
We hope that these London autumn pop-ups sound like a great way to spend time during your short stay in Mayfair. If you’re interested in staying in some of the finest luxury accommodation available during your stay, then have a look through our line-up of Central London serviced apartments today.