From Monday 17th May, our much-missed indoor drinking and dining (and cinema) spots will be opening their doors for a summer of catching up with friends, family and work mates once more. All of our cafes, bars and restaurants will be welcoming you back with new and seasonal menus, exciting days and evenings out and safe and distanced layouts. See below for a guide to our unmissable food, drink and films.
Where to book for drinks
Broadgate Circle’s welcoming cocktail spots – Mrs Fogg’s Dockside Drinkery & Distillery, Yauatcha City, The Botanist and Grind Liverpool Street – all have spaced outdoor areas but now you can book indoor tables too (ensuring that you can now thankfully make plans whatever the weather). Over by Exchange House, Piccolino, The Tapster and The White Horse will all be open once again for beers on tap and relaxed menus.
Where to book for food
Finsbury Avenue Square’s acclaimed Bar Douro with its incredible menu of grilled quail, red onion cebolada and pine nuts or garlic prawns matched with Portugeuse wines should be booked ahead as it’ll be popular while Broadgate Circle means indoor tables are back at José Pizarro, Comptoir, Franco Manca and Shoryu Ramen. Choose from their huge range of delicious menus: from sourdough pizzas to sharing mezzes.
You can also pick up breakfast, brunch and lunch from some of the best spots in London: freshly made gnocchi at indie brand Nyokee, Hawaiian bowls of goodness at Island Poké, glorious fresh pasta at Gino’s, Vietnamese street food at Hop and excellent coffee and snacks from Beany Green, Redemption Roasters and the always-great Yolk.
Head back to the big screen
Everyman Broadgate is back with a selection of Oscar- and BAFTA-winning films including Nomadland, Judas And The Black Messiah and Minari, long-awaited new releases and their signature cocktails and snack menu. We’ve missed it…