Located under two railway arches on SE1’s The Low Line, St. Felix Place will feature an onsite brewery and taproom, with the food provided by street food operators Texas Joe’s Adobe, and The Good Slice.
Described as an 'outdoor socialising space', St. Felix Place will feature a regular roster of events including weekly local DJ sets, live acoustic sessions, a book swap programme, and an independent music and publishers’ market.
It will also include a permanent new busking pitch.
Created in association with the Lagunitas Brewing Company, the St. Felix Brewery and Taproom will serve a range of hand-crafted brews, alongside a selection of whiskeys and southern state cocktails.
Texas Joe’s Adobe will offer 'Tex-Mex BBQ' served as tacos or with homemade buttermilk biscuits; while The Good Slice will offer a menu of focaccia-styled pizza slices.
Bookings for St. Felix Place open today (31 March), with the venue set to launch on 14 April following the lifting of lockdown restrictions on outdoor hospitality.
Venue Group also owns also owns Flat Iron Square and live music venue Omeara in Borough.
Last year, just before the onset of the pandemic, it also launched the Goods Way food hall and music venue in King's Cross.