THE PRINCE PRESS
- “It would seem Incipio can do no wrong. With a wave of their magic wand (and an unparalleled understanding of where millennials actually want to party), all their venues are instant hits.”
- “When you think about West Brompton, you probably don't think 'foodie hotspot'...newly opened uber-venue The Prince is out to change that.”
- “For a street party with a difference...settle in to the (totally heated) enchanted garden on what is now West London's coolest street.”
CONDE NASTE TRAVELLER
- “London's Pergolas are practically restaurant royalty these days”
- “The Pergola team getting very good indeed at this whole alfresco foodie hub lark.”
- “The Prince: The new hotspot everyone is talking about.”
- The Prince in West Brompton is revolutionising the social scene in the area.”
- “Open seven days a week, this colourful epicurean street take-over has taken Fulham by storm, and as casual drinking and dining morph into a new era we think we'll be seeing a lot more like it.”
ROUND AND ABOUT MAGAZINE
- “The ultimate summer hang out and frankly trumping most other alfresco spots.”
- “Fulham and West Brompton didn't really have much in the way of the food scene...That was until The Prince came along at the end of last year – The food savior of West London.”
- “It's the king of West London pop ups – and now it's back to reign for another season!”
- A sunny pub garden is about as about as close to heaven as you can get, especailly when it's London's largest.”
The lush beer garden with optional roof
Yar yar, it may be West London darling, but The Prince is the cool kid on the block in that part of town. There’s music, three different bars, VERY Instagrammable neon signs (who doesn’t love neon) and wicked food vendors, including Edū, Homeslice and Party & Bun! Get your Ray-bans on and let the rosé flow!
Londoners’ passion for foliage has spread to the city’s watering holes. Stop and smell the roses (and take a cheeky Insta pic) at these leafy spots
If you hadn’t already guessed, we love a rooftop here at The Handbook, and we suggest you get on board. The Prince of all rooftops reopened to distract us from the fact that the four day bank holiday is no more – but we’ve got a three day one, so who’s counting!
Transformed with greenery and foliage, this season half the venue’s roof been raised and replaced with a brand-new retractable roof – perfect for when the weather really ramps up
When you think about West Brompton (as, obviously, we all so regularly do), you probably don’t think ‘foodie hotspot’. But uber-venue The Prince is back for the summer, and out to change all that.
The Prince of all rooftops is reopening to distract us from the fact that the four day bank holiday is no more! Equipped with flora, fauna and a whole load of booze, the rooftop will boast a sexy retractable roof and brand new food traders
Whilst we love a good pub garden, even we have to admit this is an improvement. The Pergola team have turned a Victorian pub into a fairytale garden that also happens to be a street food hotspot. Expect the foodies of West London to flock here come opening day. More details here.
Both brands will trade from venues operated by Incipio Group, Jefferies at the Prince in Earls Court and Smash Patty at Pergola in Kensington.
Amongst London’s drinking and dining hubs, The Prince is absolute royalty.
a beautiful woodland garden that’s set under clear roofing and fully heated. It may sound too good to be true, but at The Prince in West Brompton that’s exactly what you can find
Taking the former Prince of Wales pub and four diguised connecting buildings on West Brompton Crossing, the team behind Pergola On The Roof and Pergola Paddington Central have created a truly unique collection of spaces encompassing two bars, four individual restaurants, and a huge secret garden - all connected to each other via one walkway.
The Prince in Fulham, which is right by my old house. From the front it looks like it’s going to be a small, casual pub, but then it’s got this massive indoor garden with flowers on the ceiling.
As ever at The Prince, the three large bars will keep the drinks flowing all night long whilst guests dance away to house tunes, keeping the party going from ’18 into ’19.
In a world of cosy winter terraces, The Prince – a rambling woodland garden that extends across the rooftops of four buildings on the same street in Earl's Court – just about takes the prize.
Street food vendors like Patty & Bun and Coqfighter will be serving food all evening, and the large three bars will be on hand to keep you watered.
The Prince, a local Earl’s Court spot with a woodland garden that should be on your 2018 winter hangout hit-list.
Great news, The Prince is back for winter. West London's most popular hangout has just re-opened, and for those who haven't been yet, you need to go.
Each of the four restaurants and two bars at The Prince leads into a secret woodland.
The back, however, hides this beautiful sunken garden, topped by a pergola festooned with tumbling garlands of flowers, and, crucially, a retractable roof
Now that the sun’s out, the renovated Victorian pub’s al fresco space has really come into its own. A pergola covers the huge terrace with drapes of wisteria, there are secret cabins, and food comes from the likes of Patty & Bun, Begging Bowl Canteen, Coqfighter and Foley’s
Transforming The Prince of Wales pub into a food and drink destination couldn’t have come at a better time.
2018’s summer-evening hotspot
for a super cool spot to catch Wimbledon this year, head for The Prince.
Living its past life as the old Prince of Wales pub, The Prince has undergone a royal makeover to become one of London’s must-visit summer spots. The venue is now a true food and drink mecca!
Found only through a small door at the back of each restaurant and the pub, the garden is fit to burst with natural light and floral splendour.
There’s no better place to while away a spring or summer evening than at The Prince
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