The Disappearing Dining Club are back, this time with a month-long residency in Shoreditch, offering multiple courses over multiple floors, right up until Christmas. It sounds like it's going to be very dramatic, very theatrical, and very memorable. The Club hosts regular events, most recently this Dinner Dance.
"Too Much is Never Enough is a four course exploration of 123 Bethnal Green Road, a beautiful, Grade II listed, Victorian corner terrace, its rich and colourful history, and the beautiful gift and fashion concept store now housed witin it.
Each floor is a course. Welcome cocktails are followed by mini-Winter Soups and Potted Meats in Menswear, a second floor East End boys club that tells the story of Moderne Buckles, the previous occupiers of 123, and front for a network of illegal gun suppliers. Mains are served in Ladieswear, an elegantly dressed boudoir with antique nudes, vintage erotica, great wine choices and a huge sharing table with giant, cast iron hot pots of Coq au Vin, Cassoulet and Vegetable Stews with big, tasty winter salads. Desserts are in the Bunker Cafe with Hot Doughnuts, Spiced Rum & Mince Pies, Britsh Cheeses and dessert cocktails with drinking, DJs and late night fun till midnight.
Shop, or don’t shop. It’s up to you. We think a visit to Too Much is Never Enough will take you about 3 hours and costs £50 for three courses of great food and four very lovely drinks.
There’s also a 10% discount off everything you buy at Too Much Is Never Enough and every guest will be given a 10% discount card valid till the end of February 2012."
When - 22nd November - 22nd December, Tuesday - Thursday only
Where - 123 Bethnal Green Road, London E2
Note - pre-booking only. For tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org
Link - The Disappearing Dining Club