Rat Bar – New Pop Up Part of 26 Leake Street by admin on June 17, 2018

Last night saw the opening of a new pop-up bar in London. As part of trendsetting 26 Leake Street in the forgotten railway arches of Waterloo Station, Rat Bar has a great vibe. Showcasing street art with the restored Giant Rat by artist Banksy being the main attraction, this place is a cool meeting place for delicious pizzas and insta-worthy cocktails. Indulge in the aptly named El Raton, Black Death and You Dirty, Double Crossing Rat to name a few from the drinks menu.

Stroll along the river, maybe even go for a spin on the London Eye before you drop in for a good night out. Leaving the rat race behind.

Over the next three months, you can explore art by Gary Alford, famed for his work with Wu-Tang Clan and live music by various artists. Dance the hot summer night away and know that you are literally feet away from your train home.

 

Check out the full article here: https://scandimummy.com/rat-bar-leake-street-london/

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