Situated on the roof of the former BBC car park at Television Centre in London's White City, the pop-up will offer a rotating line-up of street food vendors within a distinctly urban setting, offering panoramic views of the surrounding west London cityscape.
The food available includes creations from Le Bun, White Men Can’t Jerk, Crabbieshack, Randy’s Wing Bar, En Brochette and Aji Ceviche. Customers can also sample a range of drinks at the installation’s various rooftop bars.
The 24,000 square foot space will also feature the work of London street artists as well as colourful wall murals designed by younger 18-24 year old artists, as part of the project's work with charitable organisation Somewhere To.
Besides the culinary and artistic attractions, a number of activities will be available to patrons including Saturday morning yoga sessions organised by Serene Social, regular outdoor film screenings and game areas.
Storeys will be open from 5pm on Fridays and 11am on weekends starting from the 31 July.
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