The last month has seen an array of new openings popping up on the leafy streets of SW6. Never to be outdone by its neighbouring boroughs, Fulham is constantly evolving and bolstering its street cred with a host of new haunts and hangouts. We love to suss out and sample an exciting new opening, all in the name of research naturally, and these new establishments have got our SouthWestSix seal of approval.
So this one is not technically in SW6 but has been talked about until the cows come home so has squeezed onto the list. A re-design of the old Miss Q's site, the underground restaurant/bar/club has a scruffy chic decor and a unique focal point of three ping-pong tables. The cocktails are delicious and the pizza is glutinously indulgent, but you don't need to worry about the millions of calories because after dinner you can burn off the cheesy goodness with a game of ping-pong. Very kitch and very themed, the service still needs some attention but the concept is fab.
The Brown Cow
The Brown Cow is the newly opened younger sister of our local favourite The Sands End. Perfectly positioned on the Fulham Road between Parsons Green and the desirable Munster Village, it’s a local which is bound to become instantly popular. The cosy and relaxed gastro pub will offer a range of real ales and lagers, a seasonal menu and of course their famous scotch eggs.
Opened by the dishy duo behind Boma on Wandsworth Bridge Road, Boma Green is the new Kings Road kid on the block. Offering a creative cocktail menu, the front bar area is a lively and fun place to meet for drinks, whilst the back restaurant feels intimate and low-key. We would love there to be more places like this around SW6 and so hope this one is here to stay!
Knock us down and we’ll come back ten times stronger. This is certainly the case for the business- savvy brains behind PUBLIC. This non defeatist attitude paves way for their latest venture, DukeBox. Bound to be sexy and bound to be frequented by royals and the Made in Chelsea cast, it will be mere weeks before Fulham Road’s latest nightclub graces the social pages of the Evening Standard. We are heading to the opening party and will keep you posted...!
Babycham at Maggies
80s inspired and wonderfully naff boutique nightclub, Maggie’s, is bringing Babycham back with the launch of a bar dedicated to the ultimate 80s tipple, The Babycham Bar. From 80’s anthems and walls covered in Thatcher paraphernalia to waitresses dressed in leopard leggings and permed wigs, the Babycham Bar is another fantastically naughty notch on Maggie’s neon bedpost.