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What to do in London in 2024

What to do in London in 2024

The year is shiny, new, and filled with opportunity (with a small dose of anxiety to spend it wisely, mixed with slight dread over how much longer winter will be here). If you're feeling a little overwhelmed by the prospect of the new year, or you're ready to jump in head-first, we're here to guide you and provide a comforting cuddle in the form of rounding up some of the best reasons to visit Laaaaaandan in 2024. And if you do decide to make a trip out of it? Book to stay at The Pilgrm before May 2024 and you'll get 10% off your rooms! (Find out more)

A few for the 2024 London itinerary:


 - Springing to Life: Drawings by Leon Kossoff at Annely Juda Fine Art. Showing until 10 February 2024 

- Frank Auerbach: The Charcoal Heads at The Courtauld. 9 February-27 May 

- Women Artists in Britain: 1520-1920 at Tate Britain. 16 May-13 October 2024

- Yoko Ono: Music Of The Mind  at Tate Modern. 15 February – 1 September 

- Battersea’s Affordable Art Fair at Battersea Evolution. 6th – 10th March 


- Camille is set to open in Borough Market in February 2024, from Clare Lattin and Tom Hill, founders of much-loved Ducksoup. We hear it will be a French bistro offering a menu featuring the best of British produce (largely sourced from the market opposite), whilst working closely with small French wine producers. 

- Newly-opened Donia has been tipped London's 'best new restaurant' by Evening Standard critic Jimi Famurewa. The modern Filipino Restaurant can be found in Kingly Court off Carnaby Street. 

- Temper Paddington is the latest addition to the award-winning group of smokehouses. If charcoal-torched steaks, smoked meats, tacos and cocktails are your thing, the newest Temper is only a few minutes walk from The Pilgrm. 

- The team behind hit restaurant Perilla is set to open a brand-new venture in Exmouth Market called Morchella, which is due to open in February 2024. Expect a Mediterranean food and wine bar.


-Set over three floors in a 17th century building, newly-opened Dram Bar in Denmark Street does what it says on the tin: come in to enjoy a whiskey (or a whisky) in London's party neigbourhood, Soho. The bar is a venture from renowned whisky merchants Milroy's of Soho.

- Newly-opened Alfi in Spitalfields Market is being billed as a wine pub and restaurant by experienced hospitality team Ben Hodges and Alex Lewis. The bar is already open, with the restaurant lined up for February.

-  We're thrilled to hear world-renowned Dalston cocktail bar, Three Sheets, is set to open up in Soho this March. Clean, elegant and complex serves will adorn the menu - including a Mango Ice Tea with rum, pickled mango, muddled with cloud and Lapsang teas. We'll be first in line.

- In celebration of International Women's Day, we will be hosting a 'Women in Wine' evening at The Pilgrm. Expect to taste wines created by female winemakers whilst enjoying a panel discussion with 3 leading women in the world of wine, and plenty of nibbles. More information and tickets are coming soon....


- Enjoy hiring out a Temple bike for free from The Pilgrm and cycling from Paddington Basin all the way to Hackney Wick via the Regents Canal cycle paths, which feature going past London Zoo (keep an eye out for giraffes) and through Camden Town (stop off for vintage shops and a bite to eat). 

- Visit Kings Cross, voted ‘London’s Coolest Neighbourhood’ according to TimeOut readers. Enjoy the likes of Coal Drops Yard for boutique shopping and dining, or if you're visiting during the weekend you can make the most of the Canopy Market that showcases farm-fresh artisan produce and much more. 

Pumped up and ready for a big aventure? Enjoy a base at The Pilgrm with Paddington station on your doorstop and some of the best travel connections across the city -  book your stay here.

Photos from top: London by Giammarco Boscaro, Donia restaurant, Kings Cross by Andrei Ianovskii, Alfi wine bar, Coal Drops Yard. 

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Women in Wine this International Women's Day

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