Le Café Anglais owner Charlie McVeigh is set to open his third Draft House pub in Tower Bridge, London, in September.
McVeigh revealed that he would add a third site to the Draft House estate in April this year.
Now the new venue will open on 14 September, offering a wide range of unusual beers, as well as a traditional British menu.
The menu will include dishes such as Cotswold watercress & nettle soup; Lincolnshire belly pork, black pudding hash, apple sauce & marjoram gravy and apple & damson crumble, Jersey milk ice-cream. The menu also offers a selection of "pots" such as brown shrimp and smoked ham hock and Sunday roasts.
The Draft House Tower Bridge will also feature a special "tasting room" where customers will be able to try an array of brews with a five-course beer-matching menu.
By Neil Gerrard
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