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Little Feast (West)

Head to a Scandi forest in Shepherd’s Bush with six sheds serving street food, from the likes of slow roasted Vietnamese pork from Sticky Beak, paleo food from Feed Me Primal, Wagyu burgers from Cheeky BurgerPoptata’s hand-cut fries served with their signature dips, Redneck Smokehouse’s brisket, and waffles from Butter & Scotch. Take a trip down to the Norwegian-style fishing cabin on the water, aka the Cabin Bar, for craft lagers, ales, cocktails and mulled ciders and wines!

Visit The Deli Shed on the weekend for freshly baked breads, cheeses, smoked fish and meats for Christmas, whilst getting in the festive mood with live music, choirs and brass bands.

Top tip: From 23 November each day will see a door opened on the Giant Advent Calendar – with food and drink offers!

Little Feast | Shepherd’s Bush Yard, Goldhawk Road | Free entry | 5 Nov-23 Dec Nov | Mondays and Tuesdays are closed | Wednesdays-Friday: 6pm-11pm | Saturday: 12pm-11pm | Sunday: 12pm-8pm. 

photo credit: Graham Turner

Winter Rooftop at Queen of Hoxton (East)

In the Queen of Hoxton’s most ambitious rooftop yet, Once Upon a Wigwam will take you to a land of fairy tales and magic. Designed by the festival production team Mad Ferret and inspired by the Grimms’ brothers fairy tales, look out for interpretations of well-known stories like Hansel and Gretel, The Lambkin and the Little Fish, and Rapunzel as you get lost in its fantastical forest and magical menu.

The gingerbread-themed bar is serving drinks like The Golden Apple hot gingerbread and apple toddy, and The Big Bad Buttered Rum – The Queen’s famous hot buttered rum. You can roast marshmallows on the fire pits, lit at 4pm each day, or grab something a little juicier like The Three Little Pigs pork loin, sausage meat with sage and orange, crispy crackling and spiced apple sauce; while vegetarians can tuck into the Magic Bean Burger three bean burger with sweet potato, peas, fresh herbs and tomato chutney.

Top tip: Tickets are selling fast for The Queen of Hoxton Gingerbread Making Workshop on 5 December with Bee from renowned Bee’s Bakery. Grab yours now, £30.

Once Upon a Wigwam at The Queen of Hoxton | Open until March 2016 | 1 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3JX| Free entry. Cover charges may apply on Fridays and Saturdays during whole venue events | Monday-Saturday 4pm-10pm

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland (West)

Once you’re done on the walzers (pre-dinner always wise) you’ll want to grab some grub. New for this year, Mossiman’s Swiss Chalet will be serving traditional Swiss favourites, including cheese fondue; bratwurst; apple strudel; and hot chocolate (booking advised). There’s the Bavarian Village for food stalls or head to the Fire Pit if you want to cosy up with marshmallows, mulled wine or hot cider, while singing along to the 70s-themed bar. Duh. Enter the Victorian haven of  Mr Fogg’s, for Tanqueray No TEN infused afternoon tea, cocktail masterclasses and one-on-one session with mixologists.

If you’re getting your skates on at the ice rink, then don’t miss the street food nearby, including favourites Smokestak for juicy ribs; US diner meets French Bistro at Le Bun; and Mac Factory‘s comforting mac n cheese; and wash it down with some vino from Wondering Wines.

Top tip: Try something different at Bar Ice, where you can make like an eskimo! £14/£15 includes complimentary drink.

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland | Hyde Park | 20 Nov-3 Jan (closed on Christmas Day) | Free entry | 10am to 10pm every day (on 20 Nov 2015 only opens at 5pm).

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