We’ve teamed up with Cocktails in the City to offer 150 Mr Hyde readers an additional free cocktail when they purchase a ticket for the London event.
Cocktails in the City, the UK’s greatest cocktail party, returns to London for a three-day fling on the 30 March.
To celebrate their fifth anniversary, Cocktails in the City has partnered up with three of the participating bars, Cahoots who are offering Jim Beam Double Oak, the Hide Bar offering Campari and Whiskey Ginger with Jamesons, to provide Emerald Street readers with an extra cocktail when they enter their voucher code at checkout.
Dates: 9 - 28 March
Location of event: One Marylebone, Marleybone Road, NW1
Offer: First 150 Mr Hyde readers will receive an additional free cocktail at Cocktails in the City event, when they input their code into the website when buying a ticket to the event here.
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