Former BBC Television Centre site to host street food pop-up

By Sophie Witts contact

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Former BBC Television Centre site to host street food pop-up
A pop-up bar and street food venue will launch at the BBC's iconic former headquarters this summer.

Storeys will open from 31 July on the roof of the former BBC car park at Television Centre in White City. 

The 24,000 sq.ft site will feature a rotating line up of street food traders including French-American fusion experts Le Bun, crab burger specialists Crabbieshack, and Caribbean food with a twist from White Men Can't Jerk.

Opening Friday-Sunday, the site will serve weekend brunch alongside a selection of cocktails and drinks from The Rum Shack and TV bar.

A representative for Storey's told BigHospitality the pop-up would continue 'throughout September at least'. 

The former BBC Television Centre site is currently undergoing a £1bn redevelopment​ to create new office and television studio space for the BBC, 950 new homes, cafes, restaurants and a gym.

The site will also include a new branch of the exclusive Soho House members club featuring a 47-room hotel, restaurant and roof-top pool.

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