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Leake Street Arches

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A celebration of urban art, dining and entertainment

Eight former railway arches next to the famous Graffiti Tunnel have been brought back to life to provide a curated collection of independent restaurants and bars that capture the essence of urban culture. Head to Leake Street Arches to fuel your creativity and leave your mark.

Leake Street Arches includes:

Banh Bao Brothers- Smuggling in new flavours from the old country, you’ll find familiar favourites with a twist, vigour and freshness you never knew they had, and dishes you’ve never heard of bringing you back to the flavours you know and love.

Draughts Waterloo- Draughts is London’s first board game café, a haven for game lovers. Serving high quality food, snacks and a range of local craft beers, ales, ciders, and wines for all those late night sessions.

Aures LondonSet to become Europe’s first five sensory, fully immersive events venue, Aures London currently provides a unique blank canvas venue for art exhibitions, installations and live performances.

The Bar @ Leake Street- 26 Leake Street will undertake 3 phases of work; converting 4 separate arches into London’s finest brewery, bar, restaurant and live event space. The 1200 capacity venue is currently available as a fantastic blank canvas to hire for events. 

The Bar @ 26 Leake Street - The Bar @ 26 Leake Street is a celebration of creativity, culture and collaboration with live music performances every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. 

Mamuśka! Polish Bar and Kitchen -  Everyone loves Polish food – some people just don’t know it yet. Mamuśka! is a Polish mother-in-law when she feeds you well and you love her for it. No matter what your roots, you will feel a little closer to Poland and a lot more upbeat after a hearty meal and a shot of flavoured premium vodka from Mamuśka! 



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In 2008, infamous Street Artist Banksy organised the Cans Festival in Leake Street Tunnel solidifying its reputation within the street art community. 

The festival brought together 30 artists who adorned the walls with their work, transforming a piece of dull city landscape into a vibrant and exciting art gallery. Since then, the tunnel has become a haven for artists around the world, keen to leave their mark on the city. As one of the only legal walls in the UK, everyone is welcome to express their creativity on this constantly changing canvas. 

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