Exclusively for Picturehouse Central Members and their guests. The Members' Bar and Roof Terrace is the perfect place to escape the crowds with its incredible views of famous London sights.
The exclusive Members' area spreads across three floors including a mezzanine level and the beautiful roof terrace. Get in early to save space in the turret-shaped nook that hangs over Piccadilly Circus and watch the bustle of one of Europe’s busiest streets below you. It's a popular spot for relaxed, daytime coffees and for flavoursome after-work cocktails.
Here's what you need to know. The Members' Bar & roof Terrace is exclusively for Picturehouse Central Members and their guests. Members can bring up to three guests to the Members' Bar. You will need a valid ticket to purchase and consume alcoholic drinks after 21.00.
At Picturehouse Central, we strive to give you the best dining experience London’s West End can provide. The First-Floor restaurant offers an array of flavours and tastes. Delicious and enticing dishes - ranging from Moroccan pulled lamb to wild boar ragu - which will appeal to even the most dedicated foodie. Pair your dish of choice with something refreshing from our bar to complement.
Our breakfast menu offers early birds the perfect start to their day, with tasty drizzled pancakes, eggs for days, and the classic bacon butty.
You will need a valid ticket to purchase and consume alcoholic drinks after 21.00.
The New York-style café on the ground floor of Picturehouse Central is the perfect pit-stop for a coffee. Stay for breakfast or brunch, as it also serves a selection of hot and cold food from Eggs Benedict, to creamy macaroni cheese or hearty deli sandwiches. Browse the delectable array of artisan pastries and baked treats - the green tea, pistachio and apricot blondie is a particular favourite.
The walls are adorned with illustrations from renowned artist Patrick Vale - his unique, quirky artwork documents the history of cinema from Camera Obscura to Jurassic Park. Why not relax in one of the cosy booths under the stairs? Be sure to close your ears to avoid spoilers with the hum of film talk going on around you.