The team behind summer Baltic Triangle hotspot The Botanical Garden will open two new food and drink venues this week.
Both Dockleaf and Kiosk will take over previously vacant spaces when they launch on Friday (30 June) in the city.
The two establishments are both heading for the historic former Cains Brewery site, where Kiosk will transform the former security hut and Dockleaf promises a “grand drinking hall for large social groups”.
The latter is lining up a cocktail list alongside food from the current food concept at The Botanical Garden, Ta’amiya, which will be served during the day and night amongst surroundings which couple the building’s striking original features with elements of nature. The indoor space will also be accompanied by an outdoor area for visitors.
Craft beers from around the world, vintage spirits and a changing selection of wines will also add to the offer.
Meanwhile Kiosk will hold up to 20 people inside and will be themed seasonally, kicking off with a focus on Italy.
Visitors to the intimate space can expect crisp Italian wines, vermouths, and a daily changing food offering from Ta’amiya’s Michael Carey, including cured meats from different towns in the country.
An outdoor drinking terrace will also accompany the compact venue to make space for a further 50 drinkers and diners.