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We’ve teamed up with Baileys Chocolat Luxe to host an amazing supper club – and you don’t even have to bring a bottle

What are your plans for next week? We only ask because we were thinking that you might like to join us for dinner. Don’t worry, we’re not inviting you round for a plate of spaghetti and a glass of warm wine – what we have on offer is a far more sophisticated evening

Stylist has joined forces with Baileys Chocolat Luxe to host a dinner for 60 readers at a hidden room in new pop-up Bar Chocolat in London’s Covent Garden.

The meal – by acclaimed food legends Blanch & Shock – will incorporate two glasses of wine and, of course, some beautiful food. It will also include a new Bompas & Parr-created Baileys Chocolat Luxe cocktail, The Rococo Serve.

The evening, held on 11 September, will be hosted by a member of the Stylist team, and includes two sittings of 30 people. It will also put you firmly ahead of the curve, as it will be the first time anyone has experienced London’s hottest new pop-up.

And when we say it’s hot, we’re not exaggerating. This isn’t just a restaurant – for a week of Baileys Chocolat Luxe-based events, this is London’s new star attraction. Part art installation, part immersive theatre, part food lab, the venue may well ignite raging jealousy among your Instagram followers as you upload endless photos.

Though the event aims to treat all of your senses, we imagine it’ll be your taste buds that will leave the most sated. Blanch & Shock are food experimentalists who trained at elBulli and Noma, so we suggest making some room at the top of your ‘best meal ever’ list.

The bar area has been designed by Petra Storrs, who has been in charge of staging and costumes for Lady Gaga and Paloma Faith, among others. Petra will also be part of the design team, who will bring you an edible chocolate installation that, frankly, sounds like the kind of thing we see in our dreams. The music will also be far superior to anything our iPod could treat you to, with a soundtrack from legendary DJ Lou Hayter.

And the best bit? Sixty Stylist readers will experience all this for free, so enter our exclusive competition now.

If you’d like to take up our invitation to join us at this month’s coolest London pop-up, enter at stylist.co.uk/baileys before 8 September

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