FoodVardo wins at the 2021 Architects Journal Awards
News just in... Vardo has won the Leisure prize in this year's AJ Architecture Awards
Lockdown has ended and Chelsea is open, sparkling beneath swathes of Christmas lights as visitors return just in time for the festive season. Christmas isn’t cancelled!
Magical installations adorn the area, including a glittering walk-through forest of Silver birch and pure white magnolia twinkling with fairy lights at Duke of York Square, as well as a 36-foot Norway Spruce adorned with shimmering golden bows and striking 5ft wreaths.
Visitors can also enjoy a winter wonderland-themed al fresco dining experience. Enjoy al fresco meals at Vardo, Manicomio and Polpo protected by covers and warmed by heaters.
Each weekend enjoy atmospheric roaming entertainment, with live music and festive performers. Complimentary horse & carriage rides will depart from outside Tiffany & Co on Sloane Street and a festive fine food market on the running track at Duke of York Square every Saturday. Pick up seasonal delicacies and gifts from artisan traders, including Ginger Q’s array of Christmas confectionary, Broma Chocolate’s warming winter drinks and great present ideas from Antique Cup, Fork & Cork and Smith & Strand among many others. Plus, a mulled punch bicycle from legendary local Partridges will also be on hand to warm shoppers.
For further information on updated events, in-store offers and festive menus, visit www.chelseachristmas.co.uk
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