Lost Society is now open again in Battersea. Former owners, managers, bartenders, DJs, and doormen have reunited to bring the South London hotspot back in action. They celebrated by organising a press launch which took place last week, showcasing samples of their best foods including a variety of vegetarian and vegan options.

Food served at the event:

With a dazzling makeover, people can expect a sensory overload of roaring 20s inspired art deco design featuring neon art, rich decor, bold colours, and Instagram opportunities around every corner. The spacious outdoor area is a monochromatic botanical oasis complete with a covered terrace and outdoor bar, creating the perfect space to wine and dine regardless of the weather. With a brand new food and drinks menu complete with carefully crafted cocktails, there is no question that Lost Society will quickly re-establish itself as a leading London location.

Image – Lost Society

 

Image – Lost Society
Image – Lost Society
Image – Lost Society

 

Alongside hosting private rooms for hire, the venue hosts a billboard of events throughout the week leading up to the weekend when the venue transforms into a hedonistic playground where the drinks flow and DJs play an eclectic blend of house, funk, and classic hip hop through the night.

Recover from Friday and Saturday night’s antics by dropping in on the Battersea brunch club every Saturday and Sunday with a selection of hearty meals, bottomless bubbles, and uplifting tunes to raise your spirits.

Image – Lost Society

 Lost Society is also bringing back its notorious Sunday roasts. This traditional Sunday lunch prides itself on being the best roast south of the river, offering a choice cut of meats or delicious vegetarian options such as halloumi or vegan nut roast. This roast is complete with seasonal greens, a big fluffy Yorkshire pudding, gravy, and the option of bottomless Bloody Marys.

Some of the amazing food available at Lost Society:

Lost Society is now open for food lovers, party goers, romantic meals for two, and private rooms for many.

339 Battersea Park Rd
London SW11 4LS
0207 622 2112

Web: www.lostsociety.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lostsocietybattersea

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lostsocietybattersea/

Credit: Karine Laudort – Kay Flawless PR

Total
3
Shares

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*
*

2 × four =

popup-image

Subscribe

Subscribe to our newsletter today for the latest articles, competitions and exclusive discounts throughout the year.