The Social Diner: a gourmet secret supper club with a social purpose. Local social enterprise restaurant Brigade trains people affected by homelessness to work in hospitality and catering. As part of their Secret Supper Club series, Brigade are inviting an extraordinary guest to cook alongside their apprentices at a secret location on 27th September; Michelin-Star chef Nigel Haworth. Nigel (the culinary force behind Northcote and OBSESSION) will be cooking a set course menu alongside Brigade’s Chef and founder of Beyond Food and Brigade. All profits will fund training programmes for people affected by homelessness. Further Information Book by 14th Sept to receive £10 discount This is a one-off event and tickets are limited. Once purchased ticket the location of event will be informed. A welcome drink is included in the ticket price and additional drinks are available to purchase on the night. Please let us know dietary requirements in advance Book tickets
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Prosecco House is a specialised wine bar where guests can buy, sample and learn about DOCG Prosecco on the south bank of the River Thames at One Tower Bridge. The Prosecco House team have a long-standing experience in business, and a very strong entrepreneurial spirit. With a strong passion for wine and food, and love for Veneto region, they want to introduce classical aperitivo culture to London. In Prosecco House, our customers can appreciate an Italian atmosphere and taste authentic high quality DOCG Prosecco. Opening Times MON – WED: 12 TO 11PM THURS – SAT: 12 TO 12AM SUN: 12 TO 10PM ?020 3034 1718? INFO@PROSECCOHOUSE.COM
New to Crucifix Lane, Kin + Deum brings a curation of fresh, wholesome Thai dishes in a stylish, modern setting to London Bridge. The family run restaurant was opened by siblings Bank, Roselyn, and Shakris Inngern in July 2018, who have created a menu packed with local ingredients with traditional cooking techniques applied. Dishes like Bangkok’s Gra Pow (Stir-fried minced pork with bird’s eye chillies, garlic, peppers, red onions and basil leaves) and Honey Duck Coriander (Roasted duck slices in a marinade of honey and garlic) take inspiration from the local appetite of Bangkok. https://www.kindeum.com
Rosa’s Thai Cafe has opened its fourteenth branch, situated in the One Tower Bridge development. It’s the perfect place grab a Pad Thai whilst enjoying the view of the historic Tower Bridge. With the Bridge Theatre just around the corner on the waterfront, and only a ten-minute walk to the Fashion & Textile Museum and the White Cube gallery, you’ll have plenty of time for a pick-me-up meal before heading out for some art! Check out the menu
Hiver, The Honey Beer are offering DealCard Holders 2 pints of Hiver Beer for 1 (£5) every Friday from 4-8PM Hiver was born out of an admiration for London’s urban beekeepers and a passion for great quality beer. Using a blend of urban & rural honeys from independent British beekeepers to produce a distinctive and moreish beer. The Hiver Taproom and Hivequarters can be found at the end of the famous Maltby Street food market in Bermondsey. Part of the popular Bermondsey Beer Mile, this charming arch serves the whole of the Hiver range, including the classic blonde beer, honey ale and honey IPA, as well seasonal limited editions that you can only try exclusively at the Taproom. The ideal location for a relaxing drink after work with friends! Exclusively available to London Bridge DealCard holders, every Friday from 4 – 8pm. http://www.hiverbeers.com
For one night only the Old Operating Theatre Museum’s Herb Garret will transform itself to accommodate a very special Mad Hatter’s Tea Party! It would be only appropriate that this experience will have specialty teas, including herbal ones inspired by the Herb Garret. In addition, guests will be able to choose from a range of amazing homemade baked goods and savoury treats to nibble on. While in the Museum, guests will be welcomed to follow the white rabbit to learn about 19th century insane remedies to cure everything and listen to an alternative take of Alice Adventures in Wonderland in the Operating Theatre. An imaginative experience that promises to be unforgettable. Limited spaces available Price: £25 *Access to the museum is through a 52-step spiral staircase.
Ciderdog returns to London Bridge this July for its sixth year. Held in The Miller pub’s outside bar, Ciderdog features a staggering 100+ British ciders & perries on tap, expertly picked from makers including SeaCider, Turners and Abrahalls. Every taste is catered for — from super sweet to dry, cloudy scrumpy, single varieties and blends. Expect award winners, special one-off collaborations, and cider mixed with everything from passionfruit and blueberry, to chilli and ginger. This year Ciderdog taps will showcase quality and innovation from emerging small batch cider makers. Bunsmiths chefs will join in the fun and bring the kitchen outside, serving up a festival menu of delicious burgers and loaded chips, with plenty of vegan and veggie options. Enjoy ping pong and garden games while you soak up the sunshine and discover your new favourite ciders. Festival favourites, The Solid Steel Band will be performing music all afternoon followed by a mix of party classics to take you into the night… FREE ENTRY
It’s World Cup time! See the games from kick off to the final at the Underdog London with beers from BrewDog, great food, merchandise giveaways and a giant screen; all just a stones throw away from London Bridge station. From 14th June until 15th July with a final party. Come and celebrate (or drown your sorrows!) Open to ALL with FREE entry. (Please note the Underdog won’t be showing Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia 4pm-6pm on 20th July or the Quarter Final from 7pm – 9pm on Sat 7th July due to private events).
Sardines, sardines and more sardines will be served up by Chef Leandro Carreira at Londrino restaurant and bar as a nod to one of his favourite Portuguese festivals – the annual Lisbon Sardine Festival – the Feast of St. Anthony. Grilled, pickled and tinned versions of the versatile sardine will be served up all day and night in both the restaurant and bar, with Sangria and Superbock beer both joining the menu for the first time. Hackney’s acclaimed Portuguese Love Affair will also be popping up at the festival, with an installation of their iconic tinned sardines available to buy and eat at the bar. Buy £5 Tickets here Individual sardine, bread and a glass of Sangria or Superbock beer – £5Platter of 6 sardines and bread and a carafe of sangria or 4 Superbock beers – £25Individual sardines with bread – £2 Portuguese Love Affair Sardines – from £4 There’ll be a party to close the festival on the 23rd June with local friends José Pizarro (Pizarro Restaurant and José Tapas Bar) and Brett Redman (Elliott’s, Neptune, Jidori).
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