The House of Peroni

Things to do , Food and drink events Proud Archivist , De Beauvoir Town Until Friday July 1 2016 Free
  • 3 out of 5 stars
(7 user reviews)
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A food-focused tribute to Italy even your nonna would approve of

Back in east London for another year of eating, drinking and entertaining, The House of Peroni is offering up an 'Amare l'Italia' meaning 'for the love of Italy' themed residency. The critically acclaimed Francesco Mazzei is 2016's Master of Taste and the Master of Mixology comes in the form of award-winning mixologist, Simone Caporale. Guests can take part in cocktail classes, pasta making workshops and private dinning experiences, as well as kicking back on a floating Negroni bar on the canal. Visit The House of Peroni website to book events in advance. 

Please note: The House of Peroni takes place at Proud East, formerly known as Proud Archivist. 


Venue name: Proud Archivist
Address: 2-10 Hertford Rd
N1 5ET
Transport: Haggerston Overground
Price: Free
Event website:

Average User Rating

3.5 / 5

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Agustin C

looks like they do not understand and respect Regent's Canal... It is not a shopping mal the area. Awful place. 

Fiona A

Wow what can I say, disaster from start to finish, ordered vegetarian arancini but got served the ham equivalent, waiter said maybe it's onion?! Ordered fish small plate later told unavailable. Ordered a puff pizza roll and dough inside was uncooked, waiter said maybe it's cheese!! Didn't even take it to the chef to show their mistake just said oh we just opened sorry!! I just asked for the bill right away....nice of them to charge the full price. They need to train their waiters before sending them out. Beware of food and service. Never going to one of their pop-ups again!

Jack W

Lucky enough to pop to the 1st night of the re-imagined House of Peroni residency last night. Have to say, it was great! The attention to detail was immaculate. From being greeted by Italian 'nonnas', to wandering through an Italian styled courtyard yard with laundry blowing in the wind, you can tell that the talented folks at Gingerline have had a hand in this iteration of Peroni's bi-annual pop-up. Sadly we didn't have time to go into any of the experience rooms but those who had said they were amazing. So, there's the excuse to go back! 

Ian P

What a great atmosphere. Something completely different and really enjoyable. Drinks were comparable prices to local pubs (£5/pint, £8 cocktail), food was fantastic and it had a very authentic atmosphere. Would highly recommend.

Damian L

Have been in both May and October and both times have been great. Really enjoyed it and it changes each time it opens. Cocktails are also delicious.

Damian L

Have been in both May and October and both times have been great. Really enjoyed it and it changes each time it opens. Cocktails are also delicious.

Mark Barlow
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Felt like it was run by amateurs-no atmosphere whatsoever, hardly anything to see (we were asked to leave the art room as soon as we stepped in), and a good share of fake people. Tasty cocktail was only saving grace. Not a very welcoming place so we only stayed for one drink. Not sure what Peroni was trying to achieve with this?