News & Events
Easter Saturday Chocolate Market
The Square’s celebrated chocolate market is back just in time for Easter, which is the perfect excuse to indulge in some sweet treats! Did you know that it’s overseen by the statue of Sir Hans Sloane, the original inventor of chocolate?
Whether you’re a chocoholic or after something special to share with family and friends, there will be treats galore for everyone to enjoy on Easter Saturday, 26th March. Find all of your favourite brands and discover independent artisans with a delicious selection.
After some Easter gift inspiration? Among the chocolatiers this year will be:
Hans Sloane: Sir Hans Sloane, adventurer and chocolate pioneer, returned from Jamaica in the late 17th century introducing milk chocolate to Europe. The award-winning London chocolatier that bears his name will be featuring a selection of delicacies, including their handmade Easter Egg which forms the basis of a rich chocolate drink.
Diana David: Diana’s delicious speciality confections include roasted almond roses and cranberry and orange slabs, all presented in beautiful packaging so they look as delightful as they taste.
Simply Hand Made Chocolate: Also making an appearance this year is Resident Chocolatier at the market, Alistair Croll, Founder of Simply Hand Made Chocolates, with his exquisite handcrafted artisan chocolates and macaroons.
The chocolate market will be running alongside the Square’s regular Fine Food Market between 10am and 4pm.
BeautyAesop to open at Duke of York Square
Iconic Australian brand Aesop will be opening a new flagship store right here in Chelsea. Due to open later this year, it will be the brand’s biggest UK store, complete with its bestselling products as well as plenty of new ranges to discover.
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We’re excited to see Europe’s biggest outdoor painting festival and competition, Pintar Rapido, returning to Chelsea from 29-30 July. Aiming to ‘capture the spirit of the city in a day’, hundreds of artists will be painting at almost every corner of London - including our very own Duke of York Square.