The team behind retro Fitzrovia bar Bourne & Hollingsworth has launched a different type of dining experience: a
collection of constantly changing pop-up restaurants that will operate under the same roof, bringing together some of London's most exciting chefs and culinary entrepreneurs.
Located in a three-floor space just off Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell, Kitchen Party will operate a rolling programme of temporary dining experiences, with up to five pop-ups vying for diners’
attention at any one time. The roster of participants, which will change every four to six weeks, includes catering whizz-kids Blanch and Shock, and
experimental foodies The Robin Collective, as well as Eastern-European-themed interactive installations from culinary pop-up artistes Russian Revels, and much more.
Diners can start their evening with a gin fizz in the venue’s wandering cocktail bar, before heading upstairs to take part in an edible installation, or squeezing around communal tables to tuck
into a barbecue banquet or a foraged feast. In the basement, theatrical dining clubs will perform to diners, while the top floor will host intimate chef's tables and meticulously prepared tasting
Kitchen Party is now open on Thursdays from 6pm-12.30am, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm-2am. Ticket prices start at £15. For more information, and to book places at particular tables,
visit Kitchen Party’s website, call 020 7724 1617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.