Food & Drink

The best frozen treats in London, from red wine lollipops to Jägermeister ice cream

Published On 06/07/2013 Published On 06/07/2013
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1. TOMSCOOPERY 370 Helmsley Pl, London, E8 3SB

TOMSCOOPERY scoops up delicious gelato and ice cream inside of a brewery for your enjoyment.

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2. MEATmarket 1 Tavistock St, , London, WC2E 8BD

Thankfully not just a really honest nightclub, MEATmarket's the little cousin of the insanely successful/busy Meat Liquor located on the upper deck of Covent Garden's Jubilee Hall with stool seating, a long bar, and a fast-casual, take-out-optional approach specifically designed to cut down on your wait, but not necessarily your weight. At all.

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3. Quiquiriqui 184 Hackney Road, London, E2 7QL

Both twisting and pleasing the tongue is no easy feat, but Quiquiriqui ("cock-a-doodle-doo" in Spanish) steps up to the task by being London's first "genuine" mezcal bar. Hidden below a Hackney kebab shop, its founders spent four months touring Mexico, forging relationships with small producers who "literally had donkeys pulling stone wheels" to make their hooch.

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4. Purl 50-54 Blandford St, London, W1U 7HX

Purl is a classic-style cocktail bar serving up warming drinks in a rustic setting with live music including jazz & blues.

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5. Bodo's Schloss 2A Kensington High Street, London, W8 4RE

Austria doesn't get the attention it deserves -- especially considering it produced Mozart, Freud, and a certain dictator who Freud would say was waaay overcompensating for his missing testicle -- but Bodo's here to change that, by recreating an Alpine ski Chalet in Ken. High Street, filling the space with oak, stone, and, of course, blonde waitresses dressed in dirndls.