How to spend your Easter Sunday

With Easter just around the corner, here is our guide of what to do in London on Easter Sunday!

Brunch with a view

Indulge this Easter in a delicious brunch at Darwin Brasserie, at the Sky Garden. This delicious brunch is less than £50 per head and includes 3 courses, and a glass of bubbly! The perfect place to take any foodie in your life, Darwin is one of our favourite Brasserie’s and with views overlooking the Thames, we are sure it’s going to become yours too!

Darwin Brasserie Sky Garden

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Easter Chocolate

It wouldn’t be Easter without a little chocolate, but if you want to see something seriously spectacular then we recommend you head down to Fortnum & Mason’s for a bit of window shopping. Their Easter range consists of some beautiful crafted Easter eggs and more. If you’re feeling extra generous than why not treat your loved ones to an infamous Fortnum & Masons hamper, complete with all of your favourite Easter treats!

Fortnum & Mason Easter Hamper

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Blues Kitchen Special

For one night only this Easter Sunday, enjoy The Beatles Special at the Blues Kitchen, Brixton. Get ready to show off your best moves as their resident band leads the night with a full set of the best of The Beatles! With no work the following Monday morning, you’re going to want to keep going until the early hours.

Crowd Dancing

The Ultimate Easter Egg Hunt

Looking for an Easter Egg Hunt both adults and kids can enjoy? Look no further than South Place Hotel. Follow the riddles to guide yourself on a hunt around the hotel, picking up the most delicious chocolates along the way. However the prizes don’t end there, there will also be additional goodies you can pick up along the way! We recommend you book tickets now, this is sure to be a sell-out!

Secret Garden South Place Hotel

Let us know how you’re spending your Easter Sunday by tweeting us at @Mask_Events!