With the Easter long weekend just around the corner, we take a look at some great Easter events in London.

Easter Feasting at Nutbourne

They say Easter is the new Christmas, so why not indulge in an Easter feast at Nutbourne, the latest restaurant from The Gladwin Brothers, guaranteed to put a spring in your step. Nutbourne will offer guests a special three course set menu guaranteed to make you hop as high as the Easter bunny with delight. Feasting will begin with Grilled Asparagus served on 62 degree Duck Egg and Morel, followed by Hay Ages Barbeque Lamb with a wild Garlic Pesto before finishing with a delicious Salted Caramel Tart and Brown Bread Ice Cream. Of course Nutbourne will also be providing their favourite English Easter indulgence, Hot Cross Buns to all customers.

Nutbourne, 29 Ransomes Dock, 35-37 Parkgate Rd, SW11 4NP


Archer Street’s Mad Hatter’s Cocktail Party

Indulge your inner Mad Hatter and get ready to chase the White Rabbit this Easter at Archer Street, as the Soho Queen of Hearts invites you to celebrate in style on 14th, 15th and 16th April. The legendary Soho Bar’s Mad Hatter’s Cocktail Party will transport guests to Alice’s Wonderland as the all-singing and dancing staff fill the weekend with spectacular entertainment and a uniquely curated Easter cocktail menu including a signature Alice in Archer Street made with Ketel One Vodka, Honey, Cranberry, Lemon, Blood Orange Syrup, Egg White, Gomme, a top secret special ingredient and served with a scattering of hundreds and thousands; Queen of Hearts with Campari, Passion Fruit Mix, Grapefruit Juice, Raspberries, and topped with Prosecco; The White Rabbit with Tanqueray Gin, Rhubarb Liquor, Elderflower, Lemon Juice and Soda. Those looking for something a little more out of the ordinary, The Mad Hatter served with Tonka bean infused Talisker, Dark Cocoa, Cocchi Torino and a Dash Orange Bitters.

 Archer Street, 3-4 Archer Street, W1D 7AP


Escape to the Country this Easter

Looking to escape the City this Easter Bank Holiday? Escape the the countryside this Easter, without even leaving London at Richmond’s riverside escape, The Bingham Hotel. Easter weekend is the perfect four day break to relax and unwind and what better way to escape the hustle and bustle of the City, than checking into the Bingham Hotel, where guests can enjoy a boat trip up the River Thames to Hampton Court Palace, indulge in an Easter Special Afternoon Tea, complete with chocolate eggs or take advantage of the Bingham’s, little sister, eco-wellbeing spa and retreat, bhuti, which offers over 50 holistic treatments with intuitive therapists. The Bingham will also be offering an Easter Sunday set menu with Slow Cooked Duck Egg served with Trumped Pickle and Toasted Sourdough, Beef Sirloin served with Seasonal Vegetables, Yorkshire Pudding and Roast Potatoes before finishing off with Salted Caramel Profiteroles with Peanut Ice Cream.

The Bingham

61-63 Petersham Road,  Richmond