Popping up: 12th - 14th September


How about a little art to go with your supperclub tonight, eh? Well, The Italian Supper Club has got that well covered. The crew are hosting a Zoological Supper ("an evening of wonders, rarities and artefacts") but more importantly for your stomach, that means alongside some artsy happenings, there will be classic Italian dishes paired with some delicious wines too. The meal is taking place in the hip White Elephant Studio at 225 Well Street, it starts from 7pm and £43 tickets are available from here.


Or, swap art for politics as the Conflict Kitchen - who focus on culinary experiences combining food from conflict areas with conversations about peace -  take a trip to Burma tonight with their dinner party. HushHushDining are taking to the kitchen and preparing a three-course sharing meal consisting of dishes like curry of pork belly with sour bamboo and coconut chicken with seven garnishes. They're obviously fans of the garnish in Myanmar. The meal is to get guests talking and promote the International Day of Peace on September 21 - that is, if people can speak through the tasty mouthfuls of food. Tickets cost £35 from here and it all starts from 7pm at Monikers, 16 Hoxton Square.


So...we may have mentioned it once or twice before, but it's our very own pop up, #ClubBrunch, on Saturday. Hoi Polloi chef Joseph Ryan is cooking up a Mediterranean-inspired brunch including warm tomato salad with feta and avocado on sourdough toast or a red pepper Spanish tortilla with gazpacho dressing. As usual, there's also a selection of killer cocktails, including Soulshakers' Bloody Mary (with their all-new Soulsauce) and for your aural delight, on the decks we have Johnno from Bugged Out, Living In A Disco, James Rand and Richie Rundle. What a banger of a brunch. Tickets cost £10 (including your choice of mains and a breakfast cocktail) and are available from here, and it runs from 10am-3pm at Candela, 159 Lower Clapton Road.


As we edge into autumn (soz, it's true) thoughts start turning to the harvest festival and proper, country grub. Good thing Farmer Tom's Kitchen has left the pastures behind and headed into the big smoke instead. The actual Farmer Tom himself is Well Street Kitchen bound on Saturday and Sunday evenings, with a £30, three-course meal including pork rillettes with pickled courgette, 21-day hung booze-braised Dexter beef and a sweet damson and vanilla cheesecake to finish. It's (almost) enough to make you go rural. Tickets are available from here, and doors open at 7pm.