From bars in horseboxes to restaurants through loos, the pop-up movement has brought out British creativity in a serious way. With such establishments tending to opt for the more make-shift, rustic look, we were thrilled to see that the pop-up efforts have made their way into the luxury dining market, this time in the form of a 1966 converted Routemaster, The Rosebery.
Gutted and redesigned to the highest of specifications, The Rosebery features a sleek cocktail bar on the first floor with an elegant restaurant for sixteen on the second floor. With a roof that can be raised at the touch of a button, The Rosebery is the perfect pop-up for both the winter and summer months, being hired out as it is for both private and corporate events.
Named after the last route the bus took, up Rosebery Avenue, it is clear that no expense has been spared when it came to the 1930’s motor cruiser-inspired refurbishment. Crafted with locally produced fine oaks, luxurious leathers and shagreen, the bus comes complete with its own highly experienced team of hospitality and event managers who’s job is ensure that your every whim and desire is seen to.