Rotherhithe’s Midnight Apothecary outdoor bar will reopen on April 15 offering a range of new seasonal cocktails, its manager has told Kit Heren…
Midnight Apothecary, which is in the grounds of the Brunel Museum on Railway Avenue, has socially distanced space for up to about 140 people across its terrace and roof garden.
Groups have their own individual firepit that they can toast marshmallows on. Customers can order food from the nearby Mayflower pub using an app, which is opening in the same week.
“We put tickets on sale this week and bookings are just flying,” manager Lottie Muir told the News.
Groups can book spaces on the roof garden, which seats up to 84 people, or the terrace, which has room for 60. The night is divided in two, with bookings either for 5-7.15pm or 7.30-10pm.
Some of the ingredients on the menu at the Midnight Apothecary are grown in the garden and the menu changes depending on the season. Customers should expect cherry blossom martinis and “midnight margaritas” among the drinks on offer, Muir added.
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