Kiosk is one of the latest additions to the old Cain’s Brewery site, situated in The Baltic Triangle.
The quirky new bar – which is the former security hut – is bright yellow and has a terrace surrounded by the historic views of the brewery.
Kiosk is part of The Botanical Garden’s latest venture; the team launched Kiosk along with its sister bar, Dockleaf.
This city is known for its gardens and hidden gems but it is regularly delivering unique and contemporary hotspots.
Both bars are equally striking in their own way and are within walking distance of each other.
What used to be an abandoned security hut is now the retro baby of the Cain’s Brewery family.
The intimate bar opened in July and sells a variety of Italian refreshments, including Prosecco.
Drinks and food on offer change with the season with the first stop being Italy.
It is inspired by Ferragosto – the traditional celebration of the summer holiday.
The menu includes beverages such as Italian wines, vermouths and tonic, Aperol spritz or a beer, which you can enjoy with cured meats and a variety of Italian dishes.
Kiosk have teamed up with Ta’amiya so expect nothing less than an ever-changing food menu from Michael Carey.
It holds 20 people inside and when the sun is out, a further 50 people can drink and dine admiring the incredible view.
The exclusive bar is open 12pm to 11pm from Thursday to Sunday and of course any other day that it is sunny so be sure to give Kiosk a visit.