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Everything you need to know about Christmas at Blacklock

New festive dishes and yuletide tipples, holiday opening hours – we’ve got you covered this Christmas.

We’re dusting off the tinsel and scouting the bushiest, best-looking trees, ready to deck the Blacklock halls this Christmas.

As the restaurants fill with festive cheer, we’re eagerly awaiting the return of some seasonal favourites including ‘Christmas in a Bun’ alongside all-new sides and festive tipples to really get the holiday season off with a pop.

As always, we like to warmly welcome as many of you as possible through our doors, whatever the season, which is why things don’t really change around ours at this time of year. We will continue to take group bookings of up to eight guests (with walk-ins always welcome) and there’ll be no new set menu, just all the usual Blacklock cheer teamed with many embarrassing jumpers.

We’ve Only Gone and put Christmas…In a Bun

It wouldn’t be Christmas at Blacklock without the return of our Christmas Burger. A veritable tower of grilled turkey thigh, a sausage pattyMiddlewhite bacon (all courtesy of our besties Philip Warren), crunchy winter slaw, adorned with Cranberry Ketchup and oozy, melty Camembert cheese, all nestled perfectly between a pillowy-soft brioche bun.

Available to devour from the 28th of November, you’ll be able to find this Christmas-cracker-of-a-dish across all good Blacklocks (Soho, Covent Garden, Shoreditch and City

Holiday Opening Times

We’ll be taking a little break over the festive period with the restaurants closed on Christmas EveChristmas Day and Boxing Day so our teams can be with their families. We’ll be firing the grills back up from the 27th of December (including to ring in New Year’s Eve) ready to help nurse  fuzzy heads with plenty of Beefy Marys to blow any lingering cobwebs away.