Number 90 Bar & Kitchen’s Bank Holiday Weekender

Have you made plans for the bank holiday weekend yet? It’s just around the corner and if you are staying in (or visiting) London, we have a suggestion for you. One of Hackney’s most popular canal-side venues, Number 90 Bar & Kitchen, is throwing a four day long bank holiday summer festival, from 25th-28th August, with live art exhibitions & music, record stalls, extraordinary performances, delicious food & drink, and much more.

The festival kicks off on Friday 25th August with a friends, family and press launch, featuring a great range of entertainment to get the party started. Along with an art exhibition and live painting, Rough Trade will provide the ultimate Friday night soundtrack until the early hours of the morning.

On the Saturday come along for Number 90’s brand new weekend bottomless Prosecco brunch, offering a selection of breakfast favourites from Eggs Benedict with Bacon, to Smashed Avocado on Sourdough with Chilli, alongside two hours of refreshing Prosecco refills. After brunch stay for the musical entertainment; DJ Mohson Stars will provide the afternoon soundtrack, whilst the House Clearance House Party will deliver a fun-filled disco house vibe whereby guests can take home the DJ’s vinyl collection as they play it.

Koncept Music will be right outside with their eclectic record stall for guests to browse through, and there is a glitter station to add the perfect Ibiza inspired sparkle for the festival. Number 90 favourites, Half Baked, will be bringing hot talent Raresh for a late night ticketed event from 11pm to 6am, providing an upbeat soundtrack of house and techno until the early hours.

On Sunday, why not relax on the sun-drenched terrace with one of Number 90’s mouth-watering roast dinners, offering everything from slow roasted aged Derbyshire topside beef for meat lovers, to homemade beetroot, mushroom and spinach wellington for veggies. Number 90 will also celebrate Naational Burger Day with an exclusive burger to be served on the day, alongside an array of additional options including fresh and tasty vegan salads.

Sunday evening brings you live music from the likes of The Knox and Callum Chynoweth, with Phonica Records taking over later and until the early hours of the morning, and free entry until 4am. To make a good party great, there will be a giant treat-filled piñata competition for guests to compete in, and you might even spot the odd unicorn playing interactive games with the partygoers.

Cocktail lovers can indulge in a range of refreshing concoctions, which have all been given a Number 90 twist, such as the Garden Spritz, a summery mix of strawberry, cucumber, Boxer gin, soda and Prosecco.

If you are in need of some ‘hair of the dog’ on  Monday, you can retutrn to Number 90 for their 2 for 1 on Bloody Marys and listen to Jamie King’s and Folkies’ relaxing background music for a lazy day of recuperation.

Number 90 Bar & Kitchen prides itself on being a key figure in the Hackney Wick community, throwing some of the best parties in East London and continuously working alongside its neighbours to implement the all-inclusive ethos that it’s celebrated for. This summer festival will invite brand affiliates, friends and locals to come together and enjoy this four day long summertime weekender, in a venue that is renowned for its fun-loving nature.

Number 90 Bar & Kitchen’s Bank Holiday Weekender

Friday 25th August – Monday 28th August

Friday: 7pm – 1am, Saturday: midday – 6am,

Sunday: midday – 4am, Monday: midday – 11.30pm

number90bar.co.uk/bookings

90 Main Yard, Wallis Road
Hackney Wick
E9 5LN London
T:020 8986 0090

 

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