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171 days ago . by Elodie Gill

What to do in London this January

171 days ago . by Elodie Gill
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What to do in London this January
Wishing you all the Happiest of New Years Honeys! If like me you lost track of the final days of 2023 and are looking for some fun things to do this month then look no further, the NFD team have you covered...

BRUNCH TIME

Saturdays are for brunching! Chotto Matte is Soho's sleekest Japanese-Peruvian restaurant and home to their brand new 'Niwa brunch experience'. Enjoy an array of small plates and specialities with cocktails inspired by the art of the Japanese garden whilst soaking in the vibrant and elecrtric ambience. Highlights of the menu include sushi doughnuts, indulgent crispy chicken and waffles and fluffy Japanese pancakes topped with maple syrup, peanut butter whip and banana.

11, 13 Frith St, London W1D 4RB

STAY BEAUTIFUL

The Beauty Triangle Festival will be hosted at 180 Strand on Saturday 20th January. This event brings together some of the best practitioners and treatments the wellness and aesthetics industry has to offer and makes it available to all attendees. Try complimentary IV drips and LED sessions, and explore biohacking therapies including cryotherapy and IR saunas. You can even visit a “Calm Zone”, featuring uplifting rituals with ilapothecary, Dreem Distillery CBD massages and ear-seeding. Tickets are available now and cost £50, you will also be gifted a beauty goodie bag worth over £200!

180 Strand Temple London WC2R 1EA

SIP AND PAINT

On Tuesday 9th January you can paint the night away and unleash your inner Picasso at Social Pottery's Late Night Boozy Pottery experience. You can choose from a variety of different ceramics to decorate like mugs, bowls, plates, jewellery boxes, jars, figurines and will have a two hour time slot to create your masterpiece!  Guests are encourage to bring their own drinks or if you are partaking in dry January bring along a non alcoholic alternative to enjoy and once the session is over the ceramics are to be set in the kiln and available to collect two weeks later.

136-138 Kentish Town Road London NW1 9QB