Lost Society has relaunched in Battersea, with the former workforce including owners, bartenders and DJs uniting to bring the South London venue back into operation.
During its closure, the location received a roaring 20's inspired art deco design makeover and patrons can expect to see a spacious outdoor monochromatic botanical area that extends over a covered terrace and outdoor bar.
The food and drink menu has also been revamped with carefully crafted cocktails and vegan options.
Alongside hosting private rooms for hire, Lost Society will facilitate a billboard of events throughout the week leading up to the weekend, when the venue aims to transform into an entertainment playground with DJs playing an eclectic blend of house, funk, and classic hip hop throughout the evening.
Additionally, it will host a brunch club every Saturday and Sunday with a selection of meals, bottomless bubbles and music.
The establishment will also be reintroducing its Sunday roasts, offering a choice cut of meats or vegetarian options such as halloumi or vegan nut roast, accompanied with seasonal greens, a Yorkshire pudding, gravy, and the option of bottomless Bloody Marys.
Lost Society is now open for food lovers, party-goers, romantic meals for two, and private rooms.
339 Battersea Park Rd
London SW11 4LS
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Photo: Lost Society website