The London Kitchen is delighted to be working with House of Peroni on a brand new pop-up on Brick Lane.
Dedicated to showing off the best of Italian culture, the pop-up is at the Boiler House (part of the Old Truman Brewery) and features immersive installations, a restaurant with Michelin-starred chef Accursio Craparo and a bar. Michelin-starred Accursio Craparo has migrated from his eponymous restaurant in Modica, Sicily to set up camp in this East London hotspot.
Inspired by the Italian Piazza – the space within the city that forms the heart and soul of Italian social life – The House of Peroni Residency is heading east and transforming a space in Brick Lane into a metropolitan garden teeming with food, drink, music and more.
Guests will be able to enjoy immersive installations by natural sculptor Rebecca Louise Law who has created a stunning floral installation that will provide guests with a sensorial experience, through sight and smell, of the Italian summer.
Italian light artists Luminarie De Cagna will also be bringing their incredible installations to The Residency, weaving their magic throughout the space creating layers of light using thousands of multi-coloured bulbs.
From Thursday 14th May until 10th June guests are invited to explore the transformed East London space to eat, drink and enjoy the Piazza experience, or attend one of the unique events. If you’d like to book tickets for any House of Peroni events (cocktail making lessons, street-style banquets, Italian film screenings and more) you can do so here.
Don’t forget to pay us a visit this summer at the Residency – admission is free! For more details visit the House of Peroni website.