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Jolie London a unicorn amongst the horses

Jolie London is a French salon which is a hybrid of a restaurant and bar that stands out above the rest as it is a unicorn amongst the horses of other restaurants within London as they provide a magical experience from start to finish.

I went along to their press night to sample the magical delights which Lollipops newest venue pop up Jolie within their Chelsea Funhouse.

Lollipop

Lollipop is founded by Sebastian Lyall in 2015, and other London and Paris venues.

Lollipop are the creators and innovators of immersive events providing unique experiences from Breaking Bad bar, ABQ, and now they are getting ready to unveil their next restaurant called Jolie, which will bring French cuisines and signature cocktails within a relaxed atmosphere.

Now they bring Jolie a pop up set within their Chelsea Funhouse.

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A look back at May 2018 – Community Fun

This article is a look back at the amazing experiences which various community members of Love Pop Ups London enjoyed and helped spread the word about during May 2018.

May 2018 a look back

Escape London: Seven Seas

Escape London escape room Seven Seas is in Shadwell, London.   If you love escape rooms and pirates then this room is certainly a must for any fan. Some community members from Love Pop Ups London had the opportunity to play the game. Upon entering we was all locked up in cells and it was our mission to escape the jail cells and rob the pirates ship of it’s stashed treasure. Continue reading

Burgers like no other – Bite Me Burger

Bite Me Burger Co is a unique popped up burger restaurant which you can order various mini burgers from even a hot dog if you don’t fancy a burger.

About Bite Me Burger Co

Bite Me Burger Co shares a space with Cha Chaan Teng on Holborn’s Kingsway, the pop-up restaurant is the brainchild of David Michaels, who first designed the concept in Sydney back in 2007 and is the author of The World Is Your Burger: A Cultural History. Continue reading

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