This summer saw the opening of the next phase of the brand new pop up high street West Brompton Crossing, just around the corner from Lillie Square.
The line-up of new openings include:
The Hoarder – a modern greengrocer trading in London’s best craft beer, spirits & wine, freshly baked good, natural food-to-go and seasonal juice. With more than 100 fresh items stocked, The Hoarder offers unique and local products that inject life into the daily shop.
Pedal Back Cycling –a warm and welcoming hub where you can get your bike serviced or fixed and enjoy a coffee, cake or craft beer while you wait. With an open workshop, honest advice and a relaxed and fun approach to cycling, Pedal Back Cycling puts the city cyclist at the head of the pack with an emphasis on cool, funky bikes and accessories and sound advice on your bike.
The Crossing – is a unique retail store created as a space for the local community, it aims to provide a free permanent pop-up area for local artists, students, designers and businesses. Dedicated to hosting temporary takeovers and exhibitions, The Crossing aims to allow new local businesses to experience and learn how to promote and sell its products in a supportive and pressure-free environment.
The Prince has also just re-opened with its winter look, featuring new restaurant Edu – a contemporary Spanish food concept, moving away from the classic tapas bar menu.
For full updates on West Brompton Crossing please visit www.westbromptoncrossing.com or follow their social channels.