Vagabond Wines has its winery at Battersea Power Station, where guests can choose from over 100 wines by the glass. Using grapes from its vineyards just two hours outside of London, the team use low intervention methods to age its wine on site in barrels next to the bar, including reds, whites, rosés and English sparkling wines. Diners can order small plates like baked camembert, arancini balls and Spanish croquettes alongside sharing steak platters. There’s a decent selection of non-alcoholic drinks, too.
No. 29 Power Station West
Belonging to the independent group Darwin & Wallace (the people behind No. 11 Pimlico Road, No. 1 Duke Street, No. 32 The Old Town and No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station) No. 29 Power Station West offers a relaxed, all-day dining experience from morning coffee to night cap and everything in between. The carefully curated menu of locally sourced food and drink is served within a beautiful interior that draws inspiration from local and global settings.
The team behind Mosaic Pubs opened its first micro-brewery at Battersea Power Station back in 2019. Battersea Brewery sits on Arches Lane, the same stretch as Cinnamon Kitchen, Tonkotsu and Boom Cycle. The bar offers an array of craft beers, including the brewery's own German-style lager Aura. Dishes include British cheese and charcuterie from Cannon & Cannon as well as homemade toasties.
The CoffeeWorks Project
The CoffeeWorks Project is an independent family-run business with a simple aim: to showcase the best quality coffee, tea and food in a friendly and relaxed environment. A winner at the Love London Awards three years in a row and voted one of London’s top 30 coffee shops by the London Coffee Guide, the CoffeeWorks Project has established itself as one of the capital’s most progressive speciality coffee houses. Pop in for artisan coffee, tea and food, or – in the evenings – craft beer and a sensory wine experience.