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East finally comes West.
Taking place on the roof of one of West London’s most iconic buildings this summer is Storeys, the latest pop-up food experience.

Launching this Friday (31st July), Storeys can be found on top of the former BBC Car Park at Television Centre in White City. A summer terrace hotspot, Storeys will feature striking artwork, some of the UK’s best street food traders and killer cocktails while offering sweeping panoramic views of west London from Friday to Sunday.

Foodies can choose from a rotating line-up of dynamic street food traders, including French-American fusion wizards Le Bun, White Men Can’t Jerk (Caribbean street food with a twist), Crabbieshack (soft-shell Folkestone crab burgers) Randy’s Wing Bar (finger-licking buffalo wings and homemade hot sauce), En Brochette (a skewered alternative to carb-heavy street food), Aji Ceviche (fresh Peruvian ceviche and anticuchos) and more yet to be announced.


Brunch will be served on Saturday and Sunday mornings, featuring Nicaraguan coffee, organic tea, free range BBQ sausages and smoked bacon rolls. Or, if it’s hair of the dog you’re after, grab a drink from the Bloody Mary bar and stretch out on comfy double day beds. Bartenders will be on hand mixing up expertly-crafted rum cocktails from the Rum Shack, while tropical fruit sharers, ice cold beer and more will be available from the TV Bar.

Doors will open from 5pm on Fridays and from 11am on weekends, with daytime game areas and DJs playing into the evening, providing the ultimate sundowner soundtrack. There will also be regular outdoor film screenings, and on Saturdays early birds can feed mind and body with rooftop yoga sessions hosted by the international wellness community Serene Social.


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