A grand old theatre pub that had fallen on hard times has been rescued and revived by the Renaissance Pub group. The Latchmere in Battersea has now reopened after extensive refurbishment to the bar, dining room, garden and upstairs theatre.
It is the seventh site purchased by Renaissance Pubs, who seem to be doing their best to live up to their name.
The garden includes a covered area with under-seat heating, an exterior party room for up to 12 people and a play area for kids. The menu at the Latchmere will be traditional pub fare, with fish and chips, burgers, pie and mash and steak on offer. There will also be British charcuterie, much of it from the group’s Hampshire farm.
The Olivier award-winning Theatre503, located on the pub’s first floor, will continue to stage shows and plays.
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