This fun Brazilian-themed World Cup pop-up is backed up by none other than the Brazilian Embassy. Impressive, não? Food is the main focus here, but there's also art and music to soak up.
In charge of the exotic Brazilian cuisine is 'edible art' master Simone Mattar, and the art programme features graffiti, photography, paintings and more. And the venue will, of course, be screening World Cup matches. Tickets cost £40 for brunch or dinner plus a drink, and £60 for late-night tickets that allow you to watch two football maches (or one match plus entry to an after-party), plus 'free flowing food' and a complimentary drink.