Dinner Dance 5 november

Nov 2, 2011 by

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Kom ni ihåg att Londonsvenskar var på Disappearing Dining Clubs svenska matkoncept “Norse by Norswest” för några veckor sedan?

Vi var nu tillbaka under lördagen för Dinner Dance som ni kan läsa om här nedan.

Very exciting och otroligt god mat. Läs mer om eventet och boka din plats till nästa gång.


Dinner & Dancing the First Saturday of Every Month

Dinner Dance is a monthly party that combines great food and drink with a cracking night out. Taking place in a different location on the first Saturday of every month, Dinner Dance is perfect for groups of friends who want a unique restaurant experience, top class drinks and to meet new people on a night out.

Dinner Dances cost £50 and include a welcome glass of Grey Goose Le Fizz followed by canapes and a four course dinner. We also have a full bar with wines and cocktails matched to our dinner menus and all the usual spirits, mixers, beers and softs.

Dinner Dance DJs play dinner sets before and after dinner with late night dancing continuing as late as we are allowed.

We happily cater for vegetarian and pescatarians, but we need to know that you are coming in advance. Please email us on info@disappearingdiningclub.co.uk if you can’t/don’t/won’t eat meat or fish.

Saturday November 5th – Compendium of Game

We’re going underground in November for a compendium of game in our favourite East London arts venue, hidden away in the middle of Shoreditch.

Enter through the book shop for music and photography by Show Corporation, Grey Goose cocktails and British game canapés including Hare Pasties, Wild Boar Dumplings and Hot Winter Vegetable Broth. We’ll then move downstairs into the vast basement gallery for a dinner of Pigeon, Pork, Liver & Port Terrine with Cumberland Sauce, Roast Venison, Sweet & Sour Cabbage, Swede Mash & Juniper Berries, Soused Autumn Fruit with Vanilla Ice Cream, and our Big Cheese Buffet to finish.

Dancing will be encouraged/enforced by DJs Chris Coco (Melodica) and Pete Gooding (Ibiza), with more rock ‘n roll soul from Dirty Omar