From Dance Hall to Market Hall

Posted By Harbour Brewing

This autumn, Market Halls will be transforming the abandoned arcaded bays of Victoria’s Terminus Place into a sustainable new destination for local residents, workers, commuters and visitors to the city.

Since 1909, the space has housed an Edwardian shopping arcade, a restaurant, and more recently the super-club, Pacha.

When the doors reopen in early November, Market Hall Victoria will showcase a diverse and eclectic offering of food and drink across three floors with eleven kitchens, a coffee shop, and three bars championing independent British-made beers, spirits and soft drinks.

Market Halls will bring together some of the most-loved restaurants from across the capital including BaoziInn, Monty’s Deli, Flank, Squirrel and Kerbisher & Malt, whilst introducing exciting new offerings from some of London’s biggest hitters - Koya Ko by Koya, Gopal’s Corner by Roti King, Super Tacos from Breddos, Nonna Tonda from Fat Tony’s and bunshop from The Marksman. Joining these kitchens will be some popular faces from Market Hall Fulham, Fanny’s Kebabs and Press Coffee.

In a deal facilitated by distributer Kicking Horse, we will be supplying two draft beers: Daymer Extra Pale Ale, and Market Helles, a lager created specifically for Market Halls.