Eat Like A Georgian, Dress Like A Georgian

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Eat Like A Georgian, Dress Like A Georgian
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Georgian London is often painted as a place of revelry, bawdiness and bonhomie — a city of taverns, chop houses and coffee shops. A chance to step back into that world is coming your way in June.

The Georgian Dining Academy takes over Simpson's Tavern on 11 June. Hosts Kitty Pridden and Mrs B conduct an evening of conviviality, carousing and face-stuffing at this truly special venue. Trading since 1757, Simpson's is London's oldest chop house. It never opens in the evening, so this is a rare chance to see the panelled interior by candlelight. The night includes a three-course meal, wine and port, plus performances by some 'intriguing characters' from Georgian London. Book before 17 May for the earlybird price of £60, thereafter rising to £68. Dressing as a Georgian is encouraged but not mandatory.

Georgian Dining Academy, 11 June, Simpson's Tavern, Ball Court, off Cornhill. Pics courtesy of the Georgian Dining Academy and Andrea Liu in the Londonist Flickr pool.

Last Updated 06 May 2015