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Midnight Apothecary Halloween Special


Unless you're a brain-guzzling zombie or sweet-guzzling trick or treater, Halloween most likely won't conjure up images of fine dining. But London Town has hunted down the most fangtastic food events celebrating All Hallows this year, from afternoon tea at the Hilton with 'blood-orange and chocolate bats' to a 'bloody banquet' on Brick Lane.


Midnight Apothecary Halloween Special

Midnight Apothecary's Halloween Special in the Brunel Museum's beautiful rooftop garden

Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, Southwark, London, SE16 4LF

Tube: Rotherhithe Overground Station, Canada Water Station


Dates: 25th October 2014


The Midnight Apothecary is repeating its Halloween extravaganza this year on its rooftop garden, which its founder Lottie Muir says will offer "childhood wonder for adults in an enchanting setting". Situated above Brunel's Thames Tunnel, the garden will be lit up and decked out for All Hallows' Eve. Guests can enjoy apple bobbing and toasted marshmallows over the roaring firepit, as well as the special Hallowe'en Squawky Cocktail. There will also be hot food from I Should Be Souvlaki. Due to previous years being so popular, it is now a ticketed event with tickets priced at 5.



Don your best Halloween fancy dress outfit and grab yourself a £2 burrito


This Halloween, add a bit of scary spice to your day with 2 burritos from Chipotle with all proceeds going to The Jamie Oliver Food Foundation. From 5pm onwards diners wearing fancy dress will be able to purchase a burrito, burrito bowl, salad or tacos for only 2. Boorito is a well-established tradition for the US-owned chain in America, where it operates over 1,500 restaurants.
Jacob Sumner, the UK managing director for Chipotle, says that the restaurant chain is committed to changing the way people think about and eat fast food.
"Through our annual 'Boorito' fundraiser, we have been able to impact organisations that are better for our food system," he says. "This year, we are working with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, supporting their campaign for better food knowledge."


Extreme Garnishing Halloween Party

A gruesome take on the popular 'play-with-your-food' workshop.

Drink Shop & Do, 9 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DX

Tube: King's Cross Station


Dates: 16th October 2014


The Robin Collection is celebrating the spookiest time of year with an Extreme Garnishing Halloween Party, a gruesome take on the popular 'play-with-your-food' workshop. The food futurologists, who make Willy Wonker look like Delia Smith, will help participants to make delights such as bloody molcecular caviar and pumpkin spiced sherbet sticks, as well as new additions likes bleeding cocktail eyeballs and lickable zombie flesh wounds. The event takes places at Drink, Shop & Do, who are renowned for their unique hands on events so expect to pull your sleeves up and get messy.


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