Welcome to The Corner – Tate Modern’s new riverside deli café and after-hours bar, serving a delectable menu of seasonal and locally-sourced dishes, fourteen craft beers on tap, award-winning wines, artist-inspired cocktails, and an eclectic event series ‘Corner Sessions’ starting in the Autumn.
Their menu offers seasonal and locally sourced dishes with produce picked at its peak. Enjoy homemade soda bread and sandwiches made with flour sourced from suppliers using pesticide-free ancestral farming methods. Their salads are about as local as it gets – leaves and herbs grown in SE1 using 100% renewable energy and harvested on the morning of delivery from optimal freshness. In the evening they offer a delicious selection of consciously sourced meats and cheeses, vegetarian and vegan options, including buttermilk fried cauliflower, grass-fin aged meatballs, and an ‘honestly tasty’ vegan cheeseboard (and the best-fried potato chimichurri in town).
Recharge in the day with specialist coffees made in our roastery at Tate Britain.
Music makes the world go round. And this baby is the epicentre. The Music Box is London College of Contemporary Music’s multi-story, purpose-built campus (that looks like 70s speakers), where future artists learn who they are and the music they want to make. Beyonce’s dad Matthew runs a scholarship here. Goodbye Le Conservatoire. Hello Bankside’s very own talent factory.
Cosy little pub in SE1 serving local craft beers and authentic Neapolitan stone-baked pizza.
Flat Iron Square is a food and culture hub that has been a firm favourite and regarded as one of London’s most popular socialising spots.
Entering its sun-drenched garden from the buzz of the city, you’ll find no good reason to leave as it provides some of the tastiest and most eclectic street food vendors and restaurants all within a few yards of each other, including the likes of Baz&Fred, Mother Clucker, Katsutopia, La Nonna, Edu, Breddos Taco, the award-winning Lupins and plenty more.
Check the complete list here.
Flat Iron Square also houses Omeara, one of London’s best grassroots live music venues that has played host to the likes of Sam Fender, Lewis Capaldi, Celeste, Biffy Clyro, Maggie Rogers, Beck, Mumford & Sons, and Kylie!
Giuseppe’s Ristorante Italiano is one of Bankside’s oldest family run Italian restaurants. If you are looking for delicious Italian food prepared fresh with ingredients from Borough Market across the road, Giuseppe’s Place is the place to go. They offer a wide range of Mediterranean delights on both lunch and evening menus, all of which are prepared with the passion and heart associated with Italian home cooking. Get your breakfast or lunch to go from the Luncheonette takeaway.
Live music Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Our ears need love. So do our legs. And our hips. And every fibre of our being. This only happens when you first see a new band play live, in the flesh. In an arch just a hope, skip and a jump from where rave was born, there now lives Omeara, a music venue that cross-breeds genres and breaks new acts. Live audio-overloads on tap, all hours.