Vegan restaurant, Stem & Glory, has secured its third site at Broadgate, the largest pedestrianised neighbourhood in central London, located next to Liverpool Street Station.
The award-winning plant-based restaurant has taken a unit at ground level of the recently completed 100 Liverpool Street development. Designed by renowned designer, Afroditi Krassa, the space is set over two floors with a large outdoor terrace overlooking Broadgate Circle.
Stem & Glory, which has just been selected as one of the Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy’s ‘Heroes of Net Zero’, plans to push its sustainability agenda even farther at the new restaurant. Expect lights grown from mycelium, furniture made from repurposed post-consumer waste, and re-used timber, with attention to sustainability underpinning all aspects of the new site.
The site is built to service both dining and off-site sales.
“Our third site at London’s Broadgate has been on the cards since before the pandemic, and we are delighted to see it finally come to fruition,” comments Stem & Glory founder, Louise Palmer-Masterton. “We are grateful to British Land and DCL for keeping the conversations going throughout the last 18 months and bringing us to this very exciting site. Stem & Glory Broadgate will be our biggest restaurant to date, and we have pulled out all the stops. At the new site we will be working with the best of the best in the sustainable plant-based space and have an ambitious carbon negative target.”
The restaurant, which is due to open in mid-April 2022, will be the third site for Stem & Glory, as the brand resumes its expansion plans for more sites in other major cities in the UK and beyond.