Food & Drink

A fluid festival like no other

Open tomorrow through the weekend, this booze festival's second incarnation divides up an 8000sqft east London secret location (see below) into five "experience areas", including a Mad Men-inspired bar serving '60s-style drinks along with live jazz (from Ronnie Scott's director James Pearson, no less), a tequila-laced tattoo parlour, and a recreation of the Fantasy Island set with food-paired experimental cocktails. Sunday's event-capping day-long brunch features a steampunk Rube Goldberg "Bloody Mary Machine", an excessively complicated way to make your mind simpler and simpler.