It’s a special long weekend, and one every Londoner has waited a very long time for. The feeling of freedom and celebration around the city has been there to experience all summer, and from the pubs to the parks, the locals to the longer-distance visitors, everywhere and everyone will be in the mood to make the most of it.
Whether you’re basking in the sunshine while enjoying Bradmore Square’s live music and al fresco atmosphere, or simply popping in for a quick pit-stop on an excursion or day-trip, Hammersmith Broadway has what you need to keep the good vibes going.
Great food on-the-go
Everything from morning pick-me-ups at Starbucks and Costa; to lunchtime favourites from Leon, Paul, Wasabi, and Pure; to sweet treats at Krispy Kreme, Crosstown and Cafe de Nata. We’ve also got a great selection of independents and world food, with Auntie Annes, Chopstix, Dragon Cafe, Hasty Tasty, Simya and Sprigs all adding to the world of choice available.
Alfresco drinks & dining
Alfresco drinks and dining comes with a side of live music, as members club and co-working space Kindred is throwing open their beer garden to all. With special guest artists every Friday night, entertainment is free and open to all who book a table. Chez Maiss is offering an outdoor drinks and dining experience that matches the entertainment, with everything from fresh Mediterranean cuisine to an amazing range of cocktails. Staff are on hand to recommend the best specials and food pairings, and an atmosphere that’s intimate and all about celebrating life. Craft Beer Co. rounds off the lineup, with its stunning interior and incredible range of drinks, including 20 keg lines, six cask pubs and of 50 different bottles and cans from around the world.
Live music in Bradmore Square
We’re ringing in the bank holiday and the last of summer with a couple of great musical acts over the Friday and Saturday evenings, with with jazz influenced blues and soul of Julian Burdock and Tom Jaworski’s roots based guitar providing the soundtrack to the perfect evening.