Leadenhall Market ends the year on a high with further new openings

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The City of London’s Leadenhall Market is ending the year strong with three additional tenant launches bringing number of new retail and food locations opened this year to eight.

Boom Bap Burger has opened its third location in the capital bringing its deep experience in burger expertise to Leadenhall Market. The venue boasts juicy burgers sourced from only British Farmers using organic feed and traditional farming methods such as free-range practises.

Open six days per week from 11.30am (until 10pm on Mondays and Fridays, 11pm Tuesday-Thursday and 6pm on Saturdays), Boom Bap Burgers looks to be an instant hit.

The next location draws inspiration from Leadenhall Market’s deep history with The Golden Goose from One Circle, an exclusive bar that looks to add even more spirit to the market. The Golden Goose provides a staple service in the City with tapped and tanked beer along with an array of wines and small bites to keep you going.

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The Golden Goose is open seven days per week, from 11am-11pm Monday-Friday, 11am-8pm on Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sunday.

Lastly, CellSmash is coming to Leadenhall with their experienced team of technicians to help repair any problem you might have with your smartphone, tablet, computer and laptop.

The store is open Mondays – Fridays from 8am till 6.30pm and Saturdays from 12–5pm.

Liv England, Senior Surveyor at Levy Real Estate who advises the City Corporation on lettings at Leadenhall Market, said: “Leadenhall Market has always been the architectural gem in the heart of the City and 2023 has been a really positive year for this unique destination, as it expands and increases the diversity of its food and drink offering to meet the increased customer footfall. The Market has been serving Londoners for more than 700 years and our opening show how relevant the marketplace continues to be as the demand from the City’s workers and leisure audiences evolve.”

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