New pop-up food experience on the rooftop of the former BBC car park

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Editor 20th July 2015
Storeys, created by the event production company Afternoon Delight LDN, launches on Friday, July 31 and aims to showcase some of the UK’s best street food and cocktails, whilst giving visitors a spectacular view of west London across two levels from Friday to Sunday. le-bun-15Storeys can be found on top of the former BBC Car Park at Television Centre in White City. Guests can choose from a variety of lively and vibrant street food traders, diners can taste cuisine from around the world, starting at the French-American fusion Le Bun, taking a stop in Peru to taste fresh Peruvian ceviche and anticuchos, before landing in the Caribbean with White Men can’t Jerk, who take a spin on traditional street food. Also on offer, Crabbieshack will combine sea and land with their crab burgers, while Randy’s Wing Bar takes to the sky with their wings in home-made hot sauce. More traders are to be announced. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, Storeys is open at 11am to offer Nicaraguan coffee or organic tea with free range BBQ bacon and sausages for those interested in a relaxing breakfast, or a Bloody Mary for the ones recovering from the night before! Cocktails will be on offer throughout the weekend from the Rum Shack, mixed by expert bartenders, but a simple beer can be found at the TV Bar, too.white men can't jerk On Fridays, the revelries begin a bit later. Storeys opens at 5pm, where DJs will be playing into the evening to accompany the sunset and see the weekend in! Across the weekend, activities on offer include outdoor film screenings, daytime games and rooftop yoga sessions. Working together with charity Somewhere To, the interior has been re-worked to display striking murals from artists aged between 12-24 as well as London street artists. Other creative features include art installations, wall plants and reclaimed material used all over the rooftop to give diners the ultimate rural experience.

Keep updated and find out more on Storeys website: storeys.london

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The  Staff Canteen

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Editor 20th July 2015

New pop-up food experience on the rooftop of the former BBC car park