Easter is upon us and our local area is bursting with festive places worth a visit.
On Exmouth Market Hummingbird Bakery’s hot cross bun cupcake promises to get you ‘hot, cross and bothered’. They’re deliciously crafted with a spiced apple and cinnamon frosting that’s topped with a white chocolate cross and are only around for a month – so grab them while they’re hot!
Easter is all about scoffing as much sugar as possible, but where to find the best treats? Luckily for us Exmouth Market’s Gail’s bakery is serving up a smorgasbord of festive delights from vanilla bunny cupcakes topped with iced ears, to Easter bunny biscuits and French toast that’s made from hot cross buns with butterscotch sauce – true indulgence.
It’s choc-tail o’clock! Head to liquor.com for some Easter team spirit inspiration. Its 5 tasty cocktail recipes will show you how to make the most out of Cadbury’s iconic cream eggs. They taste as sweet as they look. Cream Egg martini anyone?
The Well on St John’s Street (arguably Clerkenwell’s best gastro pub) is helping you celebrate the season with a bottomless brunch that’s extending to include Good Friday and Easter Monday. Enjoy unlimited Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas or ETM wine for £30.
Everyone loves a fancy egg. Head over to chocolatier Paul A. Young on Camden Passage, Islington to pick up one of its delectable eggs, bunnies or hens. Splattered with contrasting Pollock-esque chocolate, they look just like works of art.
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