Campo Viejo brings a little splash of Spanish culture to London’s South Bank

If like me you’re a complete sun-worshipper, then this summer (so far) has been a real struggle. Unless you've been living underground for the last few months, you’ll be very much aware that this year has been distinctly lacking in sunny days thus far.

If like me you’re a complete sun-worshipper, then this summer (so far) has been a real struggle. Unless you’ve been living underground for the last few months, you’ll be very much aware that this year has been distinctly lacking in sunny days thus far.

So as you can imagine, the Campo Viejo activity bringing a splash of Spanish culture to London’s South Bank was a very welcome event. We even managed to bring the sunshine along too (for a few hours at least!)

Campo Viejo, the Pernod Ricard premium Spanish wine brand, drew 160,000 consumers to it’s inaugural ‘Streets of Spain’. The festival aimed to showcase the best of the country’s food and culture.

Festival-goers could also visit a Michelin-starred pop up tapas restaurant, as part of the activity.

Assisting the Michelin star chef in the jam-packed restaurant was our team of super star Mashers.

Our restaurant manager James coordinated with the client, chef and staff whilst welcoming guests and keeping the night running smoothly. Meanwhile, our team of ten waiters provided a flawless service engaging their personalities to give guests an unforgettable experience, with one restaurant journalist commenting that it was ‘the best pop up I’ve ever been to and the service was excellent!’

The event was created by Miss Jones & Co. To read the full article as covered by Marketing (Gemma Charles, 14.05.2013) you can find it here. 

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Phil Edelston