Set in the historic St. Thomas Church, Duddell’s London is an authentic Cantonese restaurant showcasing hand-crafted dim sum and Asian-inspired cocktails. On the first Sunday of each month, Duddell’s host a Free Flow Sunday Brunch, with unlimited fresh dishes served to your table for £68pp. Choose from an array of dim-sum, wok-fried dishes and sweets. Free-flowing Perrier Jouët champagne, selected cocktails, wines and beer can be enjoyed for an additional £12. Book now
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Popular US plant based eatery, by CHLOE., has just taken prime position at the foot of Tower Bridge for its second UK site. the brand is committed to making delicious, wholesome and affordable plant-based food. by CHLOE are offering London Bridge DealCard holders 10% discount at their One Tower Bridge branch. Show your DealCard when ordering. by CHLOE. at One Tower Bridge serves its signature menu that features salads, burgers, fresh pastas, daily-baked sweets (SWEETS by CHLOE.), dairy-free ice cream (CHILL) and more; all of which are made in-house daily. Popular dishes include The Guac Burger, Quinoa Taco Salad, Fish and Chips and Mac N’ Cheese, amongst others.
Science Gallery London presents the HOOKED Weekender. Why are we drawn to mind-altering experiences? What are healthy levels of consumption? And how do we know when we’ve had too much of a good thing? Science Gallery London’s very first Friday Late will feed your cravings with a deterioration dance by Kaner Flex, a cocktail making activity with King’s researcher Sadie Boniface and a talk exploring addiction in different cultures with a film by the mighty Dose of Society. Plus much more all cooked up with live music to alter your senses and stimulate your brain. Friday Lates at Science Gallery London are a chance to explore the gallery after hours, enjoy a drink and bite to eat, and discover talks, workshops, performances and music brought to you by inspiring artists and researchers. Free, drop-in. No need to book!
Kick off your weekend with a swing and join the Fashion and Textile Museum for this very special Friday evening late night opening of Night and Day: 1930s Fashion and Photographs. Revel in 1930s style while sipping on a glass of fizz while viewing this glamorous exhibition As a decade of design, the Thirties saw off the excess of the Jazz Age and ushered in the utilitarianism of World War II. As the flapper grew up, so too did her fashions. The new silhouettes of the 1930s played with the hard-edged chic seen in the Art Deco and Moderne styles, the unexpected as seen in the surrealists and the sensuality of silver screen sirens. The exhibition will explore the day and evening styles of the decade, complemented by photographs of the stars who championed them. With fashion as the lens, Night and Day: 1930s Fashion and Photographs will traverse the great period of social change that was the 1930s. Price: £12. All tickets include exhibition entry and a glass of fizz. Book online
Experience afternoon tea with a twist at The LaLit London Hotel. Choose your tea from an array of fragrant blends and enjoy from The Gallery with a spectacular view of The LaLit London’s majestic Great Hall. The tea is accompanied by a selection of unique dishes; striking the perfect balance between Indian luxury and British traditional. High Chai Menu A traditional afternoon tea menu is also available.
Summer might be over, but that’s no excuse to hide away indoors! As the old saying goes, if you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life – and there’s no better place to fall in love with the capital all over again than London Bridge. This small but perfectly formed historical neighbourhood on the Thames is worth exploring especially if you suffer from “been there, done that” with other parts of the city. We’re going to fix that for you, by livening up your senses… Get moving Silent Disco and Time Out have partnered to bring you a unique way to experience London at night. Ever go to a club and think, this DJ isn’t really doing it for me, I want to check out a different room, but I might lose my friends. Problem solved: three DJs, one room, wireless headphones, and the best views of the Thames you can set your soundtrack for the night. From high atop The Shard you can dance to the beat of your choice. The NELKEN-Line is a global dance project inspired by the infamous Pina Bausch who used choreographed lines as a recurring theme in her work. The project takes contemporary dance out of the theatre, into the street and can be performed by anyone. It’s London debut was led by Dickson Mbi, touted as the next great British choreographer of his time. But you don’t have to be a professional to take part — The Pina Bausch foundation gives you step-by-step tutorials and you can make your NELKEN-Line with a group of friends, post it to the site and share your art with the world. “Me time” movement is also possible for solo explorers. Globe House Yoga offers daily classes and weekend workshops for all aspiring yogis. If a good old walk is more your style, the off-the-beaten-track Low Line walk gives a great sense of the Thames’ Victorian heritage by taking you through the viaduct systems that linked the various neighbourhoods along the riverbank. Taste of the Thames Never been to India? Here’s an opportunity to travel with your taste buds. Celebrate the delights of the afternoon “High Chai” at The Lalit London. It’s everything you love about a traditional high tea but with an Indian twist. Cutting Chai (black tea with the most glorious masala spices) accompanies miniature samosas, feather-light pakodas ensconced in light gram flour batter, chicken tikka and paneer flatbread rolls for your savoury palate and a selection of sweets which include the milk-based sweet barfi and a delectable Indian version of the shortbread biscuit. The experience is certainly a nod to the long, intertwined historical relations between Britain and India that the Thames has served as a conduit for. The iconic warehouses just around the corner at Shad Thames used to house the spices that came up the river from across the Indian Ocean. Sight Catch a river bus from London Bridge City Pier and see London by water. You can opt for a tour, or do as the locals do which is hop on the commuter riverbus run by MBNA Thames Clipper. Go east toward Greenwich and visit the newly refurbished Cutty Sark, or go west to Hampton Court and see how the Tudors lived. When you’ve made your way back to London Bridge City Pier, treat yourself to a lavish cocktail at Gong in The Shard. It’s the highest bar in Europe and the views are spectacular. The clever new cocktail menu has been introduced that is inspired by iconic film directors, the classic menu also has everything from a perfect Tom Collins to a sublime French champagne cocktail. If you’re a bit peckish still, the bar snacks are also a sight to behold. We love the mini seafood tacos prettied up with edible flowers. The Gong does get very busy so it is advisable to book well in advance. If heights aren’t your thing, there is always London Bridge itself. Face west, and pat yourself on the back. You are a true Londoner once again. Sound Put your headphones on, fire up that smartphone and experience London Bridge with your ears. Musicity Londonis the brainchild of DJ and BBC Presenter Nick Luscombe. Musicity invites artists to respond to a particular place with a specially commissioned track. Check out participating composers at The White Cube and Southwark Cathedral. For something more traditional, check out free recitals or Evensong at Southwark Cathedral or head to Bar 31 on a Friday or Saturday to soak up the sounds of acoustic performances from local musicians. Touched by the olfactory Rituals… in the newly done up London Bridge Station has a stunning selection of home fragrances inspired by the Ayurvedic traditions of India and the exotic floral scents of the Far East. Just a hop, skip and a jump away from London Bridge station is Neal’s Yard Remedies Therapy Rooms on the edge of Borough Market where you can treat yourself an aromatherapy massage.
Vapiano – the Italian lifestyle brand, is set to open a new restaurant in London Bridge. The unique casual-dining destination will join the likes of The Ivy and Gunpowder at One Tower Bridge on October 26th. The Vapiano concept is based on great quality, freshly made food in a lively, feel-good atmosphere. Italian specialities are handmade daily, with all dishes prepared in front of the guests “à la minute” and customised to the guests’ requirements. The menu will feature 10 freshly made pasta shapes, a variety of pizzas and 20 other dishes including risotto, salads and fresh fish. Read more about One Tower Bridge >>
Doris Salcedo is the latest artist to exhibit at White Cube Bermondsey. The exhibition reflects Salcedo’s continued focus on the experience of mourning and the connection between violence, anonymity and public space. ‘The experience of an individual is always my point of departure. But during the process of making an artwork, I must maintain a distance in order to leave that person intact, untouched. And from there, as soon as I begin working, everything enters into the paradoxical terrain of art.’ In her work Salcedo questions and exposes trauma by exploring its capacity to reveal and connect with grief, carving out a space for mourning that is both poignant and insistent. ‘My work is about the memory of experience, which is always vanishing, not about experiences taken from life’, she has said. The exhibition is open from 28th September – 11th November 2018.
In celebration of London Cocktail Week, neighbourhood bar Nine Lives and Bulleit Bourbon are joining forces to throw the ultimate block party! Nine Lives will be serving up a selection of bespoke cocktails curated by Bulleit’s brand ambassador Jenna Ba, alongside delicious food from local culinary wizards Carve . Party-goers can expect an unbeatable soundtrack, bubble machines, Giant Jenga and – for the brave- The Wheel of Misfortune! Disclaimer; you may get slapped in the face with a fish… you’ve been warned! London Cocktail Week wristband holders will be privy to Nine Lives ‘£6 serve’ – The Frontier. Check out an exclusive Nine Lives’ recipe in our online cocktail book ‘Cocktails in London Bridge‘ FREE ENTRY.
Mulgaro seasonings pair the soul of the sea with potent nutritional plants, to harness natural beautiful flavours. Simply sprinkle over your favourite dishes for a boost of flavour. Ideal for on-the-go, offices and at home. Mulgaro are offering London Bridge DealCard holders 10% discount. Use offer code “pursuitofmulgaro” at checkout. Shop Mulgaro Seasonings More about Mulgaro We hand roast and dry each and every plant to preserve all their beneficial qualities, with the goal of bringing vitality and sparkle to your daily life. Being 100% handmade also allows us to take our time filtering through the raw ingredients to achieve the best blend of plants. The wholesome seasonings can either be shipped to your home address, or picked up at Kin + Deum, 2 Crucifix Lane, London Bridge, London, SE1 3JW