London has seen plenty of themed pop-ups over the summer, from a crayfish shack to grilled snacks on sticks. With the mercury dropping and days melting into nights at rapid pace, it only makes sense that something like The Stew House (December 8-17) would spring forth from the shadows. Organised by gallery creatives The Dead Dolls Club (they already run a gallery in Hackney that triples as a tea shop and stew house), the pop-up will feature a stew-based menu (£20 a head) bookended by market-dictated starters and bread and butter pudding. Classic renditions will include Irish stew, or beef and ale, with a more unusual venison with port and chocolate to add a bit of fun to proceedings. The space will be dominated by a large, communal Tudor-style dining table and done up by artists Jennie Webber and Dan Hillier.
For info, see thedeaddollsclub.com.