The Ivy Tower Bridge is an all-day British brasserie with an all-encompassing menu serving modern British and international Ivy-inspired classics from dawn until dusk, seven days a week. Making the most of its riverside location and views of the iconic Tower Bridge and Tower of London, the restaurant also features an outdoor terrace, a bar and a private dining room on the first floor, offering tranquil relaxed yet sophisticated dining with beautiful views across the river. With interiors designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, the two-floors restaurant will offer guests the choice of dining within the restaurant, enjoying the view from floor to ceiling glass windows, or outside on the Parisian-style al fresco terrace seating 50 and overlooking the River Thames.
With a sense that life outside has been brought inside, Bar 31 is the perfect meeting place to unwind with a few drinks. Offering local craft beers on tap, such as Porter by local brewer Anspach & Hobday located a stone’s throw away, and a fantastic range of spirits and wines. Their tasty bites are sourced using fresh seasonal ingredients from lBorough Market. Sit back and relax with your favourite tipple and enjoy the local artwork and community vibe while listening to the street sounds from local musicians as they perform live in the new neighbourhood bar. https://bar31.com
A relocation from Shoreditch brings Mexico City inspired Santo Remedio to the former site of Magdalen restaurant on Tooley Street. Edson and Natalie Diaz-Fuentes have created a ‘cantina’ /‘comedor’ set up across two floors, serving regional specialities like their signature guacamole with grasshoppers, paired with artisanal tequila and mezcal cocktails. Inspired by the taquerias, markets, homes and celebrations of Mexico, they import speciality ingredients like Pasilla and Serranos to give their dishes an authentic flavour. They also work with local producers like Gringa Dairy in Peckham who produce their artisanal Mexican cheeses. Book your table.
Hong Kong based restaurant Duddell’s opened its doors in London Bridge in November 2017. In keeping with the traditions of its Michelin-starred Hong Kong counterpart, Duddell’s showcases authentic Cantonese dishes and hand-crafted dim sum, using only the freshest, premium ingredients sourced in the UK and further afield. Housed in the historic St Thomas’ Church, Michaelis Boyd (Soho Farmhouse, Soho House Berlin) has designed the interior with the aim to maximise the daylight and heritage elements of the Grade II-listed building – honouring original features such as the ground floor alter, whilst exploring contemporary twists. Duddell’s will also features an impressive standalone bar with a dynamic wine list of old and new world wines as well as classic and innovative Asian-inspired cocktails. Duddell’s Hong Kong was conceived to create a cultural and social destination for people with an appreciation for the arts, providing an inspiring backdrop where people could meet, eat, drink and socialize. The London restaurant follows suit, reflecting its creative roots in a menu packed with ingredient-led dishes that highlight texture and technique. Reservations can be made online at www.duddells.co or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling on 0203 957 9932.
The Bermondsey Yard Cafe is a fabulous dining concept situated at the heart of energetic and vibrant Bermondsey Street, SE1. This exciting and totally unique bar/restaurant is set in a disused car park which has been stripped back to its original industrial design features, exposing all its raw materials, contrasted against reclaimed furniture and cool lighting, creating a flexible space for work and play. Bermondsey Yard Cafe are offering DealCard holders an exclusive discount of 10% off all food and drink.
The Hilton Tower Bridge’s TwoRuba bar is popping up at the London Bridge City Pier as part of Christmas by the River this year. With the beautiful backdrop of the City of London and Tower Bridge, TwoRuba’s pop-up is the perfect place to admire the view and soak up the festive spirit. 11am to 10pm
Hailing from Brighton and born from the love of cooking the finest meat and seafood over fire, The Coal Shed Restaurant London is located at One Tower Bridge on the banks of the River Thames. Open seven days a week, 12noon until 10pm, the restaurant uses the highest quality ingredients, sourced as locally as possible. For those dining before a show at The Bridge Theatre or looking for an express lunch, the restaurant’s pre theatre menu is available from 12noon until 6.30pm and 9:30pm until 10:30pm £20 for two courses or £24 for three. DealCard Exclusive: read more about The Coal Shed’s Corporate lunch offer The Coal Shed London, occupies two floors and a bar for pre and post theatre drinks and expertly crafted cocktails. If you want to host your own event, there is a private dining room on the mezzanine or the restaurant can be exclusively hired for any type of occasion. Book now
Hailing from Brighton and born from the love of cooking the finest meat and seafood over fire, The Coal Shed Restaurant London is located at One Tower Bridge on the banks of the River Thames. Open seven days a week, 12noon until 10pm, the restaurant uses the highest quality ingredients, sourced as locally as possible. For those dining before a show at The Bridge Theatre or wanting an express lunch, the restaurant’s pre theatre menu is available from 12noon until 6.30pm and 9:30pm until 10:30pm £20 for two courses or £24 for three. The Coal Shed London, occupies two floors and a bar for pre and post dinner drinks and cocktails expertly crafted. If you want to host your own event, there is a private dining room on the mezzanine or the restaurant can be exclusively hired for any type of occasion. Book now
Aqua Shard have joined forces with gin extraodinaires Sipsmith to host an exciting tasting dinner in their stunning glass walled private dining room on October 23rd… Hosted by Richard Hamer, Sipsmith’s brand ambassador, the event showcases their finest gins paired with a bespoke three-course dinner. The evening begins with canapés and a palate cleansing Sipsmith London Dry Gin and tonic. You’ll then enjoy a seasonal menu with cocktail pairings such as Sipsmith The Original London Cup with mix fermented berries shrub and Sipsmith Sloe Gin with rose and citrus. Tickets are £125 per guest and are fully inclusive of the cocktails, arrival canapés, the three course menu and coffee or tea. Click here to view the full menu and to purchase your ticket.
London Cocktail Week is the world’s biggest cocktail festival – a vibrant celebration of our capital’s unrivalled cocktail scene. The £10 digital pass gives you access to unlimited £6 cocktails across 250 venues. With the weekend in sight, we give you the A-Z of who’s shaking up what in London Bridge… Aqua Shard Head up to Level 31 of The Shard to enjoy breathtaking views of the city whilst you sip your Grapefruit G&T – Tanqueray No. Ten, early grey tea, grapefruit and vanilla Bermondsey Yard Cafe The stripped back, raw design of this formerly disused carpark makes for a relaxed setting to enjoy a Southern Punch – Southern Comfort, Buffalo Trace bourbon, lemon juice, sugar syrup, pineapple juice and grenadine. Call me Mr Lucky Enter a hidden basement bar through the kitchen of The Breakfast Club on Southwark Street to sample the Paddington’s Choice. Bulleit rye, cognace, apricot liqueur, orange marmalade, fresh lemon juice and honey Hutong With panoramic views over the London skyline, this three-story atrium bar is the perfect spot to round off a glamorous evening with an Autumn Moon – Rum, sambuca, mandarin, cacao and fresh lime juice The Hide An atmospheric treasure trove of drinking delights – take your pick from the Strawberry G&T Yoghurt or the Kew Gin Bermondsey Cup & Popcorn Pigeon 1. Gin, strawberry tonic cordial, whole milk yoghurt and a bit of technical stuff to hold it all together 2. A small glass of the Bermondsey Cup served with a side of popcorn pigeon bites London Grind A caffeine-lovers paradise. Nobody masters the coffee cocktail quite like London Grind. Try the Hot Flat White Russiam – Grey Goose vodka, coffee liqueur, fresh espresso coffee and full fat milk Nine Lives New to London Bridge, this hidden gem is nestled away in a Victorian basement. Head to the entrance on Holyrood Street and pick up a Pink Flamingo Tequila Don Julio Blanco, pistachio syrup, fresh watermelon, white balsamic Village East A Manhattan inspired brasserie with eclectic interior: Village East’s cocktail of choice is the Pasa Pasa St Germain, rum, orange curacao, lemon juice and cranberry juice