CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL INVITES CUSTOMERS TO DO SOMETHING GOOD THIS HALLOWEEN

 

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‘BOORITO’ 2013 WILL TREAT CHIPOTLE CUSTOMERS IN FANCY DRESS TO £2 BURRITOS WITH ALL FUNDS TO THE JAMIE OLIVER FOOD FOUNDATION

 

 

London, 27 September 2013 – Chipotle Mexican Grill, which now has six restaurants across London, including Wimbledon, Soho and Islington, has announced the return of its popular Halloween fundraiser, ‘Boorito’.

 

This Halloween, Thursday, 31 October, Chipotle will treat customers wearing fancy dress to a burrito, burrito bowl, salad, or order of tacos for only £2 between the hours of 4 p.m. and closing.  Proceeds from the fundraiser, up to £10,000, will benefit the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation.

 

Jacob Sumner, UK MD for Chipotle comments: ‘We are committed to changing the way people think about and eat fast food, and through our annual ‘Boorito’ fundraiser we have been able to impact organisations that are better for our food system. This year we are working with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, supporting their campaign for better food knowledge.’

 

Chipotle, which hails from the USA where it operates over 1,500 restaurants, opened its first restaurant outside North America, at Charing Cross Road in central London, back in 2010.

Chipotle has been instrumental in establishing a new kind of thinking about fast food in the U.S., what it calls ‘Food with Integrity’, and it continues to bring the same food philosophy to London.  In 2012 Chipotle in the UK was recognised by Compassion in World Farming at the annual Good Animal Welfare Awards and was awarded a Good Chicken Award and a Good Pig Award; Chipotle was praised for its approach to the sourcing of its raw ingredients but in particular for its commitment to using free-range pigs for its pork carnitas and RSPCA Freedom Food certified poultry for its chicken dishes.

 

To participate in the fundraiser, simply go to any Chipotle restaurant in London, between 4 p.m. and closing, on 31 October, in fancy dress, and purchase any Chipotle menu item for only £2.

 

CHIPOTLE RESTAURANTS IN LONDON:

 

114-116 Charing Cross Road WC2H 0JR

101-103 Baker Street W1U 6HQ

181-185 Wardour Street W1F 8WF

334 Upper Street N1 0PB

92-93 St Martins Lane WC2N 4AP

40 Wimbledon Hill Road SW19 7PA

 

For more information and details of opening times, please visit: www.chipotle.co.uk

 

 

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The Refinery on Bankside, the parlour in Canary Wharf, and the happenstance, the drift, The Anthologist and The Folly in the City will all be holding some seriously, spine-chilling Hallows’ Eve parties on the 31st October

Guests are invited to sip on creepy cocktails and feast on a deliciously twisted three-course menu laced with tricks & treats. Think crispy tentacles with poison dip, witches brew, batwing & earwig bruschetta and pumpkin pie (£22.95 per person for three-courses.)

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And don’t forget your most gruesome & ghoulish outfits, as they will be giving away £200 vouchers to the best outfit when the clock strikes midnight. Plus there will be a devilishly good dj spinning the decks.

31st October – 5.30pm – 12am

http://www.drakeandmorgan.co.uk/

Halloween 101** TRANSYLVANIAN COCKTALES IN NORTH LONDON

 

Halloween at The Four Sisters Bar, N1

Visit The Four Sisters Bar, N1 Islington on Thursday 31st October at 6pm and journey back to Transylvania with a cocktail mystery.

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Emanating from the Carpathian Basin, south of the Transylvanian Plateau, somewhere during the middle ages the fable – complemented by cocktails – will take you on a journey through the darkest times.

Guests can enjoy three Halloween inspired drinks to set the scene each offering a clue to accompany the story. Solve the puzzle using the clues gleaned with each drink and secure the test tubes of green elixir.

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The event takes place from 6pm until 12 midnight. To book email bookings@thefoursistersbar.com<mailto:bookings@thefoursistersbar.com>

www.thefoursistersbar.com 

 Notes to editor

The Four Sisters bar (originally a covert 1930s brothel and public house) is a darkly Dickensian cocktail bar of candlelit corners and delicious drinks. It specialises in incorporating a unique range of house infused spirits and syrups. Its new menu will be available from 5th September 2013.

25 Canonbury Lane,

Islington,

London,

N1 2AS

Open: Monday to Thursday 4pm – Midnight, Friday & Saturday 4pm – 2am

 

What’s On: Have a Haunted Halloween at Woburn Abbey this Half Term

 

 

Woburn Abbey and Gardens are putting on a series of Halloween activities for families this autumn half term. Starting from the 26thOctober to the 3rd November spend a day at the historic house and gardens with all of the extra children’s activities included in the regular admission price.

 

Whilst exploring the Abbey, visitors of all ages can take part in a Halloween treasure hunt. A series of cryptic clues will be hidden across three floors of the Abbey for them to find and decipher to solve a seasonal mystery.

 

The Russell Room in the South Court of Woburn Abbey will play host to some spooky storytelling suitable for children of all ages. Visitors can hear a storyteller recite a tale about ‘The Ghostly Goat of Woburn Abbey’ with performances taking place at 12noon and 2pm every day of the half term week. A variety of craft activities with a Halloween theme will be available throughout the day. These include a chance for younger visitors to make their own witches hat and conjure some magical spells, as well as an opportunity to take part in The Big Draw – a national event to promote drawing that takes place throughout October.

 

The treasure hunt, storytelling, craft and drawing activities will take place every day of the half term week from the 26th October to the 3rd November 2013 and are included in the regular admission price of Woburn Abbey and Gardens.

 

There are no tricks in The Duchess’ Tea Room, only treats, so stop by to enjoy a steaming hot drink or a delicious slice of something sweet. The Duchess’ Gift Shop will also be open every day for special and spooky souvenirs.

 

For visitor interest in learning some practical gardening advice during their visit, the Woburn Abbey Garden’s monthly Come and Grow session will coincide with the Halloween activities on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd November. The topic for this event is winter projects and visitors can take part in a free guided tour of the gardens starting at 12 noon.

 

Woburn Abbey Gardens and Deer Park is open from 10am to 5pm and the Abbey itself is open from 11am to 5pm each day.

 

Tickets to Woburn Abbey, Gardens and Deer Park are £14 for adults, £12.50 for Senior citizens for Students and £7.00 for Children (3-15years) and under three years are free of charge

 

For further information regarding these events and visiting Woburn Abbey please call 01525 290333, emailadmissions@woburn.co.uk or visit www.woburn.co.uk/abbey

 

Halloween What’ On – Murder On The Dance Floor

 

All hail Halloween on Saturday 2nd November when the Earl Derby in Kilburn presents their very own ‘Zombie Silent Disco’.

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Kicking off at 8pm with free entry for all, this thriller of an evening will include a creep-ilicious costume competition – giving fancy dress fans the chance to channel their inner freak for a host of haunting prizes.

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Whether you dress to distress or not, get ready to get down with two DJ’s pumping out party tunes all night long. From disco divas to Halloween hits, two ‘silent’ channels will mean there’ll be something for everyone – even Ghostbusters!

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When the monster mash gets too much, witches and werewolves can cool down with the Earl Derby’s remarkable range of draught beers, local cask ales, quality ciders, artisan spirits and interesting wines; Or tuck into a delicious menu of pub classics and homemade bar snacks.

The Earl Derby’s Zombie Silent Disco – Who Will Survive?

 

The Earl Derby

155 Kilburn High Road

Kilburn

London


 

National Dog Charity All Dogs Matter Presents the Devilish Dog Walk

Sunday 27th October at The Spaniards Inn, Hampstead

From the team who brought you the surprise hit of the summer, Pup Idol, comes the Devilish Dog Walk – a spine-tingling event sure to petrify those pooches and owners alike!

Taking place on Sunday 27th October, national dog charity All Dogs Matter and the Spaniards Inn will host a Halloween spook-tacular complete with walk along the Heath, doggy fancy dress competition, raffles and plenty of tricks and treats.

Kicking off at 10.30am, this is your chance to monstrify your mongrel, witch your bitch up or turn that Golden Retriever into a ghoulish ghost.

To enter, all dogs and owners need to arrive at the Spaniards Inn, Hampstead by 10.30am. The entrance fee per dog is £5 –with all proceeds going to All Dogs Matter.

www.alldogsmatter.co.uk

The Spaniards Inn

Spaniards Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 7JJ

020 8731 8406

www.thespaniardshampstead.co.uk

enquiry@thespaniardshampstead.co.uk

@TheSpaniardsInn

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