Disappearing Dining Club have been an essential part of London’s alternative dining scene since launching in 2010 with Dinner Dance, a series of monthly ‘food raves’, held amongst the warehouses, club spaces, rooftops and photo studios of Shoreditch, Hoxton and Dalston.
Wherever we work the recipe is the same; seasonal ingredients, classic cooking, tasty drinks, friendly staff, dinner-party-friendly disco music, and under-the-radar, in-the-know places and spaces.
Alongside our pop-ups, Dining Room (one table, ten seats), Too Much is Never Enough (five floors of eating, drinking and late-night shopping in a department store), Back in 5 Minutes (big shared tables hidden inside a Brick Lane boutique), Ropewalk (cocktail bar and private dining rooms in an architectural salvage yard) and Little Quiet (six candlelit tables on London’s quietest street), DDC have taken their brand of quality but relaxed hospitality to the unlikeliest locations, working with some of the world’s biggest food, drink, fashion and tech brands across London, the UK and overseas.
Our latest project is a permanent home at the Dartmouth Arms in Tufnell Park. Come and see us there.