Up In Royal Arms at The Cadogan Arms
On June 4, posh public house The Cadogan Arms is hosting an evening of quizzical questions devoted to all things regal. Starting at 7pm, Her Majesty’s loyal subjects will be tested on monarchy history from 1952 right up until the present day.
298 Kings Road, SW3 5UG
Royal Shoot at The Gun
Flying the flag for Britannia on June 3 is The Gun in Docklands, which will be hosting a vintage-inspired street party in honor of the Queen’s 60-year reign. From 12 pm to 11pm, the award-winning pub will recreate the celebrations of the Queen’s coronation back in 1952 – sure to make things go off with a blue-blooded bang.
27 Coldharbour, Docklands, E14 9NS
Diamonds Are Forever at Clos Maggiore
Clos Maggiore, voted London’s most romantic restaurant, will be living up to its reputation by treating couples celebrating their Diamond Wedding anniversaries to complimentary dinners. Those who can prove they walked down the aisle in 1952 will enjoy a fabulous four-course menu featuring produce from the royal estate at Windsor Park and perfectly-paired wines. But those who haven’t reached the milestone can they can still enjoy the menu for just ?38 per person (?62 with perfectly-paired wines).
33 King Street, WC2E 8JD
As the Queen celebrates 60 years at the top, so does the renowned Guinea Grill in Mayfair. To mark its milestone, diners booking on any Friday and Saturday in June will be treated to a modern-day take on the original ‘no menu’ that made the pub famous back in the day (which featured a plate of salmon followed by a choice of steak from those hanging in the pub). In homage to the original offering, the four-course Jubilee dinner features a welcome glass of champagne, a starter of Scottish smoked salmon, a main of Aberdeenshire sirloin, and a dessert of strawberries and cream followed by coffee and petit fours.
30 Bruton Place, W1J 6NL
Raising The Flag at Volupté
City-based cabaret supperclub is going all out with a ‘Best of British’ show scheduled for June 5. Included on the day is an traditional British afternoon tea at 2:30 pm, a dinner menu of British comfort classics at 8pm, and a burlesque show hosted by British beauty Diamond Jubilee.
9 Norwich Street, EC4A 1EJ
South London pub group Renaissance will be celebrating between 2-5 June. Take your beloved Corgi to any of its pubs and the Queen’s privileged pet will be treated to delicious Orkney roast beef with all the trimmings and high-end dog biscuits with lashings of gravy – absolutely free. Not only that, but guests can book a private room such as the Master Room at The Tommyfield, or the East and West Rooms at The Rosendale, as well as dine on a 1953-inspired, six-course Coronation meal.
Carol Driver is a journalist with more than 13 years' experience writing, subbing and editing at national and regional publications and websites in the UK. Carol is currently the group editor at TNT Multimedia, which has magazines in London, Australia and New Zealand. She previously worked at national newspaper website the Mail Online well as writing for a host of other publications. She has also ...(Read More)