The Scenic Supper first opened its unique, (socially distanced of course!) dining experience in response to lockdown and ongoing Covid restrictions in July 2020. The brainchild of three old school chums Baggott, Sam Lawson-King and Scott Sullivan who all worked in the hospitality industry pre-lockdown, the trio decided to team up and launch a socially distanced dining experience using small, reconditioned glasshouses. Toby had been working in events management, Sam owns and makes his own award-winning artisan gin, King Stone Gin, and Scott runs an outside catering business.
With a strong farm-to-fork ethos, championing local, seasonal produce is key to The Scenic Suppers’ unique, intimate dining experience. To top it off, drinks include an enticing range of seasonal gin-based cocktails, a top notch offering of English sparkling wines, a select choice of locally made beers and ciders and a short, but well curated wine list of Old and New World varieties.
Diners at the Todenham Scenic Supper enjoy one of seven, bespoke glasshouses, accommodating either two or four guests, positioned on a Cotswold hilltop offering breathtaking panoramic views and monthly changing set menus of seriously delicious modern British dishes.
After its hugely successful stint at Todenham, The Scenic Supper have now expanded its offering to include socially distanced dining at other scenic locations within the Cotswolds, including its new winter home. With the cold weather on its way, the glasshouses at Todenham are being retired until spring 2022 and The Scenic Supper is relocating to an 18th century Cotswold Stone Barn at Fir Farm, just outside Stow-on-the-Wold.