Redevelopment at Waterloo Railway Arches by admin on June 13, 2018

Banh Bao Brothers, Draughts, Aures London and Rat Bar @ 26 Leake Street will be the first hospitality operators to open at Leake Street Arches following a major redevelopment project.

Eight former railway arches next to Waterloo’s ‘graffiti tunnel’ have been restored to create a collection of independent bars, restaurants and entertainment spaces that celebrate urban culture.

The redevelopment of the 23,000 sq ft space beneath Waterloo station is being led by LCR. Phase one of the project will complete with the four operators set to open their doors at Leake Street on Saturday 16 June.

These include Vietnamese street food restaurant and bar Banh Bao Brothers, board game café Draughts, sensory immersive event venue Aures, and graffiti-themed speakeasy Rat Bar @ 26 Leake Street.

Check out the full article here:  https://www.thecaterer.com/articles/530326/operators-named-for-waterloo-railway-arches-following-major-redevelopment

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