To keep businesses up to date as to what’s open in South Bank, we will be providing monthly round ups to help keep track.
Below, please find the retail, bars, restaurants and attractions that have reopened since the start of July or are scheduled to open at the start of August, including the retail outlets that have now reopened in Waterloo Station.
For a complete detailed map as to what’s currently open in South Bank, please see here.
For complete safety measures Network Rail are currently putting in place throughout their service, please see here.
Burger King – Unit 11 on the main concourse.
Hotel Chocolat – Unit 4 on the balcony.
Joules – Unit 15 on the balcony.
Kiehls – Unit 6 on the balcony.
Lush – Unit 2 on the main concourse.
McDonalds – The Colonnade.
Paperchase – Unit 10 on the balcony.
Pure – Unit 17 on the main concourse.
Sports Bar and Grill – Unit 1 on the Balcony.
Starbucks Coffee – Opposite main concourse.
Florence Nightingale Museum : Reopening August 1st.
Hayward Gallery: Reopening August 1st with ‘Among the Trees’ exhibition. Online booking required; free for NHS workers, and £5 tickets for those under 30 or Lambeth residents.
IWM London: Reopening August 1st. Recommended to book in advance.
All Bar One: Open from 4th July, and open 7 days a week.
Banh Bao Brothers: Leake Street Arches location reopened the middle of July for eat-in and take-away.
Gilray’s Steakhouse and Bar: Open from 4th July.
Giraffe: Royal Festival Hall branch open from 4th July. Outdoor seating available.
Honest Burger: Royal Festival Hall outlet reopen for eat-in and delivery. Track and trace system in place.
Island Poke: Southbank Place branch reopening from 27th July.
Limin’ Beach Club: New Caribbean inspired spot open in Gabriel’s Wharf: open 7 days a week.
Mulberry Bush Pub: Reopening on 20th July.
National Theatre Street Food Market: The market is open weekly from Friday until Sunday.
OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie: Reopen from 15th July. Bookings only.
Sea Containers Restaurant: Reopening from Saturday 1st August.
Skylon: Reopen from 4th July. New outdoor terrace bar available for seating.
Slug and Lettuce County Hall: Open 7 days a week. Seating now available out front.
StreetEat: A new Underbelly street food festival, open on the Queen’s Walk from the 24th July.
The Green Room: New restaurant open in the previous green room space, centered around sustainable ingredients and alfresco dining. Open from July 22nd.
TROIA Restaurant: Open 7 days a week, 12-9pm. Participating in Eat Out to Help Out during August.
Wagamama: Royal Festival Hall branch open from 4th July. New screen dividers and hygiene policies in place. Participating in Eat Out to Help Out during August.
YO Sushi: Royal Festival Hall branch open. Able to order and pay entirely through app: serving partly reduced menu.
Sax.co.uk – Reopened from 4th July. Appointments can be made to test the instruments.
Bankside Hotel: Reopen from 7th September.
Park Plaza County Hall: Reopened from July, now available for bookings.
Park Plaza Riverbank: Reopened from July, now available for bookings.
Park Plaza Waterloo: Reopened from July, now available for bookings.
Note: Park Plaza Westminster Bridge has remained open throughout lockdown, but only for key workers at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital. They are now open again to general bookings.
Sea Containers London: Hotel rooms open for bookings from 15th August.
For the complete map on what is open currently, please see below.