The latest pop-up to storm London's Lambeth scene - Beehive Place.
Settling in to an old Victorian hay loft nestled between the market and Brixton Village, Beehive Place takes on the period aesthetics of its surroundings to create a cutting edge dining experience centered on innovative tastes and culinary exploration. The principles of the Beehive kitchen are simple: a 5 course tasting menu of independently sourced produce from small suppliers across the UK. These guys are all about showcasing the best in fresh, homegrown goodness from minority producers.
Taking to foraging expeditions to source seasonal ingredients for their liquourful libations, Beehive Place combine herbs, fruits and other rummaged treats to knock up some snazzy cocktails that see new twists added to old favourites. With their spirits seized from draft distilleries in London and afar, and wines from small production suppliers across the globe, you'll be sure to sup on something truly original at this pop-up sensation.
The Victorian characterised space together with the handcrafted dishes, the rotating selection of signature cocktails and the ever changing array of craft beers and ales makes this one pop-up palate teaser to explore your tastebuds at. If that wasn't enough, from 10pm there'll be DJs playing some of the finest house, disco, funk, hip hop and jazz vinyl records making Beehive Place one buzzing pad to park up for the weekend.
From November 14th for 4 months, Beehive Place dinner sessions start at 7:30 pm for £35.