Television Centre re-opened last year with a whole host of new bars and restaurants, and there’s still more to come in 2019. W12 Studios, from Rory Graham (previously of Kricket) in partnership with Feast-it, is a space to showcase some of the city’s best creative talent across food, drink and music with a changing line-up across all three areas. The 450 capacity venue features large communal tables and two rotating kitchens, with street food faves The Piadina Project and Cue Point (a BBQ concept from chef Joshua Moroney) up first for February, with Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen to follow in March. A range of craft breweries, wine sellers and distilleries, like The East London Liquor Company, will be providing the liquid refreshments.
The music programme will be ever-changing too, with live acoustic sessions, gigs, club nights, open mic nights, disco brunches and resident DJs all planned, with the likes of Max Rad, Quiet Man, Tommy Gold, Finn Foxell and P-rallel already confirmed to hit the space.
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White City Place, 195 Wood Lane, London, W12 7TU