Warhol once said that 'food is my great extravagance. I really spoil myself.' We're expecting, then, that the evening will be rife with adequate indulgence: The Andy Warhol supper club looks to be one of the most trendy restaurants London has seen in recent months.
On Wednesday 10th June at 7.30pm, The Artist Dining Room offers East Londoners the chance to peruse its late-night exhibitions followed by the Leiths-trained chef Charlton Nicoll’s four-course menu, inspired by Warhol’s advertisement artistry and obsession with celebrity culture. All food will be savoured whilst guests are entertained by the spirit of Andy Warhol himself, making it one of the most unusual places to eat in London this month.
Tickets cost £42, including a welcome drink, and the evening is being held on Regent’s Canal in the Guest Projects space: the initiative conceived by artist Yinka Shonibare. Art and food collide, then, at one of the top restaurants in London in terms of innovation, as the Andy Warhol supper club creates an alternative universe and artists' playground – much like Andy Warhol’s Factory itself.
|What||Supper Club London: The Artist Dining Room: Andy Warhol|
|Where||Guest Projects, Sunbury House, 1 Andrews Road , London, E8 4QL | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Aldgate East (underground)|
On 10 Jun 15, Doors open at 7:00pm, doors close at 7:30pm
|Website||Click here to go to the Guest Projects website.|