PocketSquare Launches their Summer Terrace & London Inspired Cocktails

PocketSquare – the east London rooftop bar with skyline terrace – has launched a summer cocktail menu inspired by innovation, botany and sustainability in London. The new menu is  complemented by a collection of art installations across the alfresco terrace and bar.

Situated in Whitechapel at the heart of East London, PocketSquare has taken inspiration for its summer cocktail menu from London stories and initiatives that chime with the bar’s focus on innovation, botanicals, organics and sustainability. A diverse mix of influences sees cocktails inspired by everything from gardens and farms to inventors and artists. The sustainability and innovation ethos behind the menu is reflected in a series of art

Cocktails feature seasonal summer fruits and vegetables including strawberries, loganberries and bell peppers; with the team seeking to use the whole of fruits wherever possible. The leftovers from creating juices are used to make fruit leather garnishes, and whole fruits are used to create oleo saccharums.  Herbs such as thyme, rosemary and coriander, grown on the PocketSquare terrace, are used to make syrups and bitters.

Cocktails include Capsicum, Hive, Bloom, Duality and Revol, a diverse mix of influences sees the cocktails inspired by everything from gardens and farms to inventors and artists.

To go with your cocktails PocketSquare offers a bar snacks and tapas menu from chef Alfio Laudani of PocketSquare’s sister restaurant Sotto Cucina & Bar. Guests can snack on dishes such as Puccia with Burrata, Rocket & Mortadella; Truffle Pecorino Chips and Cod Fritters with Sriracha aioli.

Across the bar and terrace guests will find an installation of art and  soft furnishings from students at Norwich University of The Arts. Inspired by the relationship between PocketSquare and the surrounding skyline the pieces mix the urban with the natural, exploring the architectural elements of the environment and softening them with natural, experimental form.

For bookings and more information visit www.pocketsquare.london