Midnight Apothecary at Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe

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LONDON | How often will you find yourself in London sipping on botanical cocktails by a campfire on a rooftop garden? The Brunel Museum’s Midnight Apothecary has curated one of the most unique summertime experiences, allowing guests to stay late for drinks and dancing as well as a short history lesson in their underground labyrinth. They won the 2016 Fortnum and Mason Food and Drink Award thanks to their seasonally changing menu, sourcing much of their produce from the garden itself. The local sourcing flows through to the alcohol too, with as much as possible being sourced locally – for example Bermondsey’s Hiver Honey Beer and Jensen’s Gin.

Opening in 2012, it’s now in its sixth season, and still one of the most sought after nights in London – so do book ahead if you want to guarantee a space around the fire.

Midnight Apothecary at Brunel Museum

Railway Avenue
London SE16 4LF
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7231 3840
Email: [email protected]
Website

Open
Fri – Sat: 5:30pm to 10:30pm

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Andy is originally from Melbourne but has been living in London for the past 2.5 years. He’s obsessed with travel, eating out, and indulging in a few cheeky cocktails around Hackney and Dalston before realising he’s spent all his wages within the first week of the month. Having written for magazines such as The Resident, Absolutely London, 1883 and Men’s Health, Andy has now turned to focus on The City Lane’s Food, Drink and Culture sections. Expect to read about the best new and established restaurants and cultural haunts around London, with a focus on the East.

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