Where to have an eggsellent Easter

Easter is almost upon us! Make the most of the four day weekend at one of these haute spots…

  • 1. Archer Street

    Tucked away in the West End, Archer Street and Divine Chocolate will be teaming up to create the most enthusing Easter Sunday of the season, where guests will be sent out on a thrilling search in the streets of Soho on Easter Sunday, for the ultimate Easter prize: a gigantic chocolate egg courtesy of Divine Chocolate, one of the finest chocolate companies around. The stylish cocktail bar, will be welcoming their guests to join them for a fun and fabulous egg hunt, before inviting them in for delicious cocktails and live entertainment from the multi-talented Archer Street team.

    3-4 Archer Street, W1

  • 2. Beaver Lodge

    For one night only Beaver Lodge will be going by the name Alpha-Beaver-Gamma as the cabin is transformed into an all-American frat house for their Easter Frat Party on Sunday 5 April. The chipper cheerleaders of Beaver-Gamma will cheer on guests as they battle it out on the beer pong tables from 9pm to 10pm, before a raucous night of revelry from 10pm to 3am. With enough Samuel Adams Boston Lager to satisfy all the red cup-toting cowboys in the West to conduct the whole affair, guests are guaranteed a lively initiation into the Beaver Lodge frat house.So don your best frattire, assemble your frat bros and sorority sisters and pledge your allegiance to Beaver-Gamma this Easter!

    266 Fulham Road, Kensington, W10

  • 3. Great Northern Hotel

    From Sunday 5 – Sunday 19 April the hotel - in the heart of The GNH's award-winning Plum + Spilt Milk restaurant has created a bespoke Easter Sunday lunch featuring Roast leg of lamb with spring cabbage and rosemary and Roast sirloin of beef accompanied by Yorkshire pudding and red wine gravy, both served with goose fat potatoes and seasonal vegetables. For younger guests, the Great Northern Hotel has partnered with the enchanting Railway Children production, currently showing at King’s Cross station, to host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday 4 April at 1.30pm (one hour pre-show), starting at the GNH. To take part simply show your Railway Children ticket. www.gnhlondon.com

    Kings Cross St Pancras Station, Pancras Road, N1

  • 4. Inn the Park

    The Easter bunny has delivered some delicious Easter treats to Inn The Park by Peyton and Byrne this Easter weekend.To celebrate their later opening hours and to really say hooray to the end of winter the team have created an eggsellent Easter quiz designed to keep the little ones entertained while you relax, unwind and tuck in to some delicious new dishes and drinks. So hop on by to Inn The Park on Easter Sunday for some delicious Easter goodies!

    St James's Park, SW1

  • 5. Town Hall Hotel

    This Easter join The Storytellers at the Town Hall Hotel for an afternoon of adventurous family fun. On Sunday 5 April, storytelling duo Claire and Mark will once again bring their epic tales to the east-London hotel for all the family to enjoy. Aimed at children aged 5-11, expect an afternoon full of drama and excitement as The Storytellers narrate classic fairy tales and fables with an imaginative twist. Staged within the atmospheric old council chamber, the interactive afternoon will also allow young, inquisitive adventurers to embark upon a quest inspired by a thousand year old fable. While little ones are submerged in narrative tales, parents can enjoy a drink at the Town Hall Hotel’s resident bar Peg + Patriot. For a post-theatre Easter treat the whole family can dine at one of the hotel’s two restaurants; Typing Room or Corner Room.

    Patriot Square, Bethnal Green, E2