Food & Drink

Food, booze, and cool art that's literally underground

When art and food come together, it usually results in Val Kilmer, but thankfully not at Don Ceviche, a three-day early October popup that'll see the brick walls and cavernous arches of a Holborn wine cellar hung with on-sale daubings from up-and-coming artists, and scattered tables topped with similarly well-crafted food & booze

The all-Peruvian eats kick off with a sea bass ceviche known as El Padrino ("The Godfather"), whose fish sleeps with green apple, aji chilli & huge choclo corn; then, whether or not this is the day of your daughter's wedding, you'll move on to the likes of citrus-soaked king prawns w/ mango, green papaya ribbons & habanero, and seared beef w/ "spicy salad" & peanuts

As for the stuff that makes it also sound as if you have gauze in both cheeks, there will be plentiful pisco sours, wines from Ex-Cellar, and cocktails from popup bar The Rum Runners, whose signature creations will include a smoked vodka/fig liqueur number, as well as the Hungarian pear brandy "Pair of Pears", which would go really well with some ice, man.