The best places to enjoy Wild Idol this autumn

A Mixologist making a cocktail using Wld Idol Alcohol Free Sparkling White Wine

Whether you’re a long-time advocate for an alcohol-free lifestyle or just feeling sober curious – sip, savour and socialise your way through Sober October with these top city hotspots where WILD IDOL will ensure you’re always revelling in the moments that matter.

Dovetale at 1 Hotel Mayfair

Table at Dovetale at 1 Hotel Mayfair, where Wild Idol non alcoholic wine is served

A stone’s throw from Green Park, Dovetale at 1 Hotel Mayfair is led by two-Michelin-Starred chef Tom Sellers, and promises reimagined classics, with seasonal, organic and locally sourced ingredients. 1 Hotel is London’s first mission driven luxury hotel, an ethos championed by Bar Director Matteo Carretta’s sustainable and conscious selection. Discover refreshing innovative cocktails and WILD IDOL alcohol free sparkling wine by the glass or bottle, for a guilt-free evening.


Long table at Lusin restaurant, where Wild Idol alcohol free wine is served

If you haven’t tried Armenian food yet then Lusin needs to go on your list. Nestled in the heart of Mayfair and named after the Armenian word for the moon, Lusin invites guests to bask in the warm glow of fine gastronomy, with a menu curated by two-Michelin starred Chef Marcel Ravin, and an extensive wine list including Wild Idol sparkling non alcoholic wine. With all-day dining and DJ nights every Saturday, letting your hair down at Lusin is always a good idea.

The Londoner

The Londoner Restaurant, where Wild Idol non alcoholic wine is served

Central London luxury doesn’t get much better than The Londoner. Set in iconic Leicester Square, this super boutique hotel manages to feel intimate despite its generous proportions. We recommend trying the rooftop lounge, ordering a glass of WILD IDOL alcohol free sparkling wine and enjoying the sprawling cityscape view. It’s one you’ll want to remember.

Chez Rowley Pop Up at LayLow

Chez Rowley Pop Up Restaurant, where Wild Idol non alcoholic wine is served

Nothing beats a perfectly timed pop-up for generating a bit of buzz, and Rowley Leigh at West London favourite Laylow is definitely Autumn’s answer to the brief. Promising nostalgic dishes with classical techniques at its heart, including a show stopping poulet antiboise. This culinary treasure returns to the London restaurant scene just in time for us to pop a cork, settle in and enjoy October in style, with a glass of WILD IDOL of course.

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