The capital is the place to be for Halloween this year. Hetty Chidwick discovers some of the spookiest establishments in which to celebrate.

Dr Frankenstein at Mr Fogg’s
The Mayfair bar, hidden off Barclay Square on Bruton Lane already has its fair share of theatricals. This week, they welcome a new visitor through its heavy oak doors in the shape of Dr Frankenstein for a week of entertainment and wildly experimental cocktails, all with a spooky twist. You can expect bubbling concoctions in cauldrons, bell jars brimming with brain parts and barman dressed in Victorian scientist garb with a trick or two up their sleeves.

From Tuesday October 28- Saturday November 1
Mr Fogg’s, 15 Bruton Lane, London, W1J 6JD
For reservations call 020 7036 0608 or email greetings@mr-foggs.com
Twitter: @MrFoggLondon

 

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Halloween party at REXTAIL, Albermarle Street
This year, a stone’s throw from Green Park, REXTAIL, (Novikov’s sister restaurant) known for its delectable steak, game and fish, is hosting a freakishly good Halloween party, celebrating all things ghoulish. MoMix the molecular cocktail mixologists, are set to transform the bar into an “eerie and smokey futuristic science lab”. Alongside will be a devilishly good Halloween themed food menu including devil spiced marinated baby chicken and roasted pumpkin soup with almonds and basil oil. With top-notch food, a relaxed yet luxuriant atmosphere and great music (often live), this is a place to settle in until the early hours.

To view REXTAIL’s exclusive Halloween party menu visit http://www.rextail.co.uk/halloween-menu/

REXTAIL, 13 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4HJ
For reservations call 020 3301 1122 or email info@rextail.co.uk

 

london halloween hauntsHalloween Feast at The Shed, Notting Hill
Run by a trio of Sussex born brothers, Notting Hill’s quirkiest seasonal restaurant The Shed, produces some of the most imaginative, seasonal fodder in the capital. All the produce comes straight from the family’s farm in Nutbourne, West Sussex where the youngest brother runs the show.

Halloween at this establishment will be the perfect place to indulge your naughty side by tasting some delectable yet spooky dishes including deviled beef heart, smoked green sludge soup, raw venison and black gnocchi.

Friday, October 31 2014
The Shed Restaurant, 122 Palace Gardens Terrace, London, W8 4RT
For reservations call 020 7229 4024 or email info@theshed-restaurant.com
Twitter: @theshed_resto

 

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