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If you are


looking


for a unique and


memorable night of dining within the festival, then you are in for a treat. Creative Director Angela Hartnett has curated a bespoke selection of menus - her passion for flavour, simple and attractive presentation and friendly, efficient service ensures that your visit will make the festival a truly unforgettable experience. Paired with the highest level of service, a night of culinary excellence awaits you all.


Choose between the The Riverside Restaurant, St James Restaurant, The Riverside Canteen, or The Terrace Restaurant, all run by Angela. In case there is someone out there who has not yet heard of Hartnett, her food is always sublime and I have never seen a harder working chef in my life. Sapphire will be also performing live in the Riverside throughout the week.


You will not be short of bars either, with The Bedouin, the Beckhoff Marina Bar, the Black Cab Coffee Co, a Moët Champagne Bar, the Long Gallery Bar, Pure Heaven and a Pimm's bar.


Head to the Moet


Champagne lawn for a glass of fizz and an amazing view of the river. Nothing stopping you from a pub crawl for a drink in each, and I would leave the most comfortable one for last, reserve a sofa perhaps.


Dress up the nines and have a blast at this fabulous event, and you can always hitch a ride home on a boat at the end of the evening if the traffic is too bad. Don't forget the picnic hamper and watch out for the merrily dressed artistes meandering through the crowds.


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