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Secret Feasts comes to Belsize Park for one night only

Discover Belsize Park’s neighbourhood restaurants with a full meal for just £25

We’re all about getting readers to see the wider neighbourhood with fresh eyes. In fact, we’ve been doing it for nearly thirteen years (yep, we started out in the dim and distant world of 2010).

So, an occasional series of laidback local supper clubs (which began last year in Camden Market) seems like the perfect excuse to revisit different parts of the area.

Called Secret Feasts, the unique weekly nights are organised by our friends at Camdenist (who are supported by Camden Council’s Love Your Camden High Street Fund). And next week they invite readers to munch on diverse, mouthwatering food and sip artisan drinks on those hilly slopes leading up to Hampstead.

So you get a bargain midweek soiree that not only helps support local restaurants, but will also reveal the NW3 area in – we hope – a whole new light. And many of you will even be able to walk it off home, too. Hic.


Meze at Retsina. Photo: Retsina

Choose from an award-winning Greek meze spread and grilled meats at Retsina, a classic quality Italian menu with wine pairing at swish Italian Calici, or a French bistro-style spatchcock poussin with a specially mixed Secret Feasts cocktail at Greenberry Hill, the new offshoot from the ever-popular original Primrose Hill café.

They’re just three of the highlights from Belsize Village and Haverstock Hill, and you can discover loads more in Camdenist’s complete guide to dining in the area here.

So if you need to book that talked-about meal with old friends, a perfect simple date night, or just want an opportunity to discover somewhere new and exciting, why not do it next Wednesday, June 14th?

Book your Secret Feasts ticket for £25 per person on Wed June 14th or find out more about the event here.

This is a sponsored post in association with Camdenist. If you’re a business wanting to speak to thousands of north Londoners email

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