The new Science Gallery in London Bridge will fill three floors with a modern, creative approach to arts and science. The venue set to open in spring will have capacity for 20-750 across courtyards, a terrace, galleries and a theatre.
The much loved Annabel’s club is taking its splendour to a new magnificent Grade 1 listed home in Berkeley Square this spring, bringing considerably more space and 24/7 opening hours. New restaurants and bars alongside private dining rooms will be housed over four spacious floors as well as a spectacular roof garden for year round dining.
Taking over the former Savoy Cinema, the Hackney Arts Centre will be renovating a main auditorium along with two additional areas, in keeping with the original art deco features. The building is scheduled to fully open in spring.
Located in the soon to be opened Principal Hotel will be an informal neighbourhood restaurant named Neptune, which will sit alongside the hotel’s magnificent Grade II ballroom and 8 additional event spaces.
Replacing The Deck atop the National Theatre will be a brand new rooftop venue opening in the summer. The transformation will enhance the outdoor space popular for its London views.
Following Shoreditch and Croydon, Boxpark’s signature black and white look will be opening in Wembley later on this year with 29 food traders, shops and a programme of events within its 20,000 square foot space. The giant shipping container can house 300 people, the first Boxpark to be fully indoors.
Following the opening of the Covent Garden shop and delicatessen will be two new restaurants later on this spring; Italian ‘La Goccia’ and elegant refined ‘The Petersham’. The centrally located venue will continue to host special occasions and events bringing its natural style and magical spirit.
The much loved home of London golf is opening their second club in Oxford Circus this March. Alongside two brand new courses will be a retro bandstand bar, island bar and a boardwalk of street food beach huts featuring favourite vendors such as Patty & Bun and Hackney Gelato. The 1920s seaside themed venue will be available for exclusive hire and group bookings.
Replacing the Kensington’s beloved Orangery will be a new events space overlooking the famous Sunken Garden. The Pavilion, a glass-fronted venue with an abundance of light, will be available from March.
One of last year’s top restaurant openings is going west to White City Television Centre; a London renovation that will also see the likes of Soho House and Bluebird Café open their doors. Kricket will be bringing their modern Indian cuisine but this time with a much bigger space for up to 140, including a cocktail bar and outdoor terrace perfect for its summer launch.
Joining the abundance of openings in White City will be London’s first hi-tech indoor golf centre set to open in March. The 20,000 square foot venue in Westfield will host four courses and a bar seating 750 with automatic scoring, leader boards and ‘interactive quiz’ holes.
Taking over a former Hackney council building, Gizzi Erskine’s first restaurant will bring a market of food and music to Mare Street this Spring. A record shop, bar and rotisserie menu are just some of Gizzi’s plans as well as an ice-cream station and in-house bakery. The floor will also host an events space with local produce having an influence on the menus and pop ups including the likes of The Meringue Girls and Hackney Honey.
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