A sparkling start to summer – Champagne Laurent-Perrier’s Top 10 this May…
As the days grow longer, the temperatures begin to rise and the sun even comes out to play, it seems that around every corner is a new opening or event seeking to make the most of the start of the Great British Summer.
With this in mind, Champagne Laurent-Perrier is delighted to have searched across the country for ten of the best ideas this month so that all you have to do is work out where to start!
Laurent-Perrier’s Top 10 this May…
Elevate your lunch hour…
Where? Selfridge’s London rooftop accessible via the Express Lift in the perfume department
Why? This hidden haven in the London icon that is Selfridge’s is right at the heart of the city’s best known commercial and shopping districts. Serving up beautiful views with a laid-back vibe, chilled Laurent-Perrier and fresh dishes which are both filling and flavourful, it’s a perfect urban escape. Pop down for a business bite, catch up with friends or create your own impromptu happy hour.
Book now: http://www.theroofdeck.co.uk/
Where? Giant Robot Food Market in Canary Wharf, London & coming soon to London Bridge
Why? Served from a classic VW camper van, Bob’s Lobster offer a little taste of luxury in and around London. Enjoy five-star seafood with dishes including Lobster Mac & Cheese, fiery Ahi Tuna Tacos with wasabi guacamole and chipotle cream, PLUS their unbeatable Lobster Rolls. Add a glass of Laurent-Perrier to the mix and you have a quick lunch fit for Poseidon himself.
Book now: You can’t book, but you can find out more at https://www.bobslobster.com/
Where? The Anchor Line Bar and Restaurant, Glasgow
Why? Offering the transatlantic style of yesteryear and a modern twist to Glasgow’s commercial heartland, The Anchor Line showcases the best of Scottish produce with influences from both sides of the Atlantic. Discover fresh oysters, lobster and scallops, the finest scotch beef, ribs and burgers to die for. Take a break from the hustle and bustle and stop by for a glass of Laurent-Perrier with lunch or perhaps dinner in the beautiful surroundings of the immaculately restored, listed building.
Book now: http://www.theanchorline.co.uk/restaurant
The highlight of your weekend…
Where? The St Ermin’s Hotel, St James’s Park
Why? St James’s commercial area is normally associated with imposing concrete buildings but to those who know, the St Ermin’s Hotel turns all this on its head. A haven of white and red brick, fountains and green gardens, St Ermin’s new Secret Garden Dinner invites guests behind the scenes and up on to the roof for a tour and taste of their rooftop kitchen garden. After a glass of Laurent-Perrier and some canapés, enjoyed while exploring the plum trees, tomato plants and other fine flora, what follows in a true taste of the hotel in a four-course menu straight from seed to saucepan courtesy of Executive Head Chef Alex Boyd.
Book now: http://www.sterminshotel.co.uk/eating-drinking/secret-garden-dinners-with-laurent-perrier-champagne/
Where? Marco Pierre White at The Mailbox, Birmingham
Why? From the top of Birmingham’s Mailbox, Marco Pierre White’s Laurent-Perrier champagne bar offers a breathtaking view like no other. Take in Birmingham’s bustling skyline with a Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé afternoon tea or head up later with the setting sun to take in the city basked in light with a chilled glass before sitting down to a fantastic dinner from the grill. Either way, this city icon is sure not to disappoint.
Book now: https://www.mpwrestaurants.co.uk/our-brands/steakhouse-bar-and-grill/birmingham/
Where? Searcy’s at The Gherkin, 30 St Mary’s Axe, London
Why? Take brunch to a whole new level at the very top of The Gherkin with the wonderful Searcy’s Champagne bars. Throughout May and into June you’ll be able to enjoy all your brunch favourites including Eggs Benedict, smoked salmon and waffles against a stunning backdrop of the city skyline accompanied by our wonderful Brut NV champagne. Bookings are available 11am – 3pm with 4 Courses for £49pp.
Book now: http://searcysatthegherkin.co.uk/what-on/champagne-brunch-london/
Make a mini-break of it….
Where? Hilton Doubletree, Cambridge
Why? Cambridge is known for its laid-back atmosphere, characterful colleges and of course the river Cam after which it is named. But while punting along can be a fun, if not tiring challenge, why not take out the stress and let Hilton take the helm? Their Laurent-Perrier punting experience including Laurent-Perrier Champagne, picnic and your own personal river chauffeur.
Book now: http://doubletree3.hilton.com/en/hotels/united-kingdom/doubletree-by-hilton-hotel-cambridge-city-centre-STNCBDI/offers/index.htm
Where? The Corinthia Hotel London, Whitehall nr Embankment, London
Why? A haven of light, high ceilings and old-school yet unstuffy service, Corinthia London celebrates Sundays. Enjoy a Sunday night stay with them including breakfast, share your stay using #CorinthiaSocialSunday and you’ll receive a complimentary Northall classic cocktail. Whether basking in the light of their impressive Baccarat chandelier, relaxing on the Thermal Floor at ESPA Life at Corinthia or enjoying a Laurent-Perrier brunch to the sound of live jazz, guests can simply show a Northall team member their post to receive a complimentary cocktail for the finishing touch to a Sunday enjoyed in style.
Book now: http://www.corinthia.com/en/hotels/london/offers/corinthia-social-sunday
Where? Solent Forts, off the coast of Portsmouth
Why? Located off the coast of Portsmouth, drop anchor in the Solent and experience these truly unique venues – three 19th century forts offering a distinct yet deeply indulgent experience. Visit for the day, enjoying stunning views, the Laurent-Perrier bar, a trip to the spa and perhaps a delicious lunch or make a full break of it, staying in one of No Man or Spitbank Fort’s contemporary rooms. There’s even the option to visit all three forts over three days for the ultimate experience!
Book now: https://solentforts.com/luxury-hotel/
Where? Bel & The Dragon, Kingsclere, Hampshire
Why? Since its opening just over a year ago, Bel & Dragon at The Swan, Kingclere has established itself as a distinctly cosy country inn, just on the edge of the North Wessex Downs. With nine beautiful rooms and a menu hand-crafted to showcase the area’s local fare paired with Laurent-Perrier it’s the perfect long weekend bolthole.
Book now: http://belandthedragon-kingsclere.co.uk/