Eye on London- The best burgers and Father's day in London
- Monday June 12th 2017
- Food and Drink
London from the inside Monday 12th - Sunday 18th June 2017
Father’s Day has been celebrated in America for over 100 years and in Britain since 1966. It’s on Sunday 18th June this year and if you’re stuck for something to get, how about a day out in London, meaning you get to spend quality time with your dad and make some more memories as part of your gift. It’s a foodie special blog this week so we’re covering the best of burgers in London (surely a fave meal for most dads) and there’s a few ideas for things to do if you’re in the city on Father’s Day.
FATHER’S DAY IN LONDON
Over 230 private and secret gardens are available for viewing across 27 of London’s boroughs.
The world’s largest restaurant festival returns to Regent’s Park and finishes on Father’s Day.
London Gelato Festival
What goes better with burgers than ice-cream? There’s all the usual flavours plus savoury and boozy ones at this free festival at Spitalfields.
There’s a huge variety of music, performances, fitness classes, big screen sports, films under the stars and food and drink throughout the summer.
Morcheeba headline this free family friendly festival on 17th June which goes across the whole weekend with comedy, spoken word, music, food and well being.
THE BEST BURGER RESTAURANTS FOR FATHER’S DAY IN LONDON
- New - MEATliquor at Queens (Queensway)
- Fast - Five Guys (various locations including Charing Cross and Covent Garden)
- Veggie - Shake Shack, Covent Garden
- Vegan - Mooshies London Vegan Burger Bar, Brick Lane
- Gourmet - Spuntino, Soho
- Secret - Joe Allen’s, Covent Garden
ESSENTIAL DATES FOR THE BURGER LOVERS DIARY 2017
- Sunday 13th August 2017
Shake Your Patty, London’s First Burger & Milkshake Festival at Studio338
- Thursday 24th August 2017
Mr Hyde National Burger Day
How the locals do it...
Who: Hannah Ranken
Lives: Stoke Newington
Works: Events runner
How do you spend your commute: Either reading the Metro, scrolling through Instagram or making pom poms
Coffee: Flat white, from any independent joint.
After work drinks: There’s an elegant little restaurant under the bridge near London Bridge with sofas outside. Really nice secret gem.
A seriously special dinner: Nearly all the places along Church Street, Stoke Newington. Unique, independent restaurants - fairly pricey but with exceptionally good food.
Let your hair down: Field Day, LoveBox, Wireless. Any summer London day festival!