Saturday 8 July 2017

Dulwich Picture Gallery - The Art of Al Fresco Dining at the Pavilion Bar 🍸🍹🍷

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"Dulwich Picture Gallery and The Camberwell Arms are two of south London’s best assets – this is going to be one of this summer’s hottest food and drink destinations, not to mention one of its classiest." - Just Opened London
Breezy summer evenings are best spent savouring the sunshine with a drink in-hand amongst beautiful surroundings. Open from Thursdays through to Sundays, unwind in the Pavilion Bar, serving up a summery menu of light sharing plates, homemade ice cream and cocktails.

The bar is now taking reservations! (Excluding Fridays). Reserve a table here →


Thurs, 12pm – 9pm
Fri, 12pm – 11pm
Saturday, 12pm – 5pm
Sunday, 12pm – 9pm

*OUR BAR IS IN DEMAND! Please note that it will be closed the following dates:
Thursday 20 July (open until 5pm only)
Saturday 22 July, 12 & 19 August, 2 September
Sunday life drawing
Life Drawing on Sundays
13 August – 3 September, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Join us for life drawing on Sunday evenings in partnership with The Dulwich Art Group.These life drawing events suit absolute beginners and more experienced artists wanting to brush up. We'll show you quick and simple ways of getting the figure down giving you the confidence to make your mark at life drawing. So come along, enjoy a drink from the Pavilion Bar and get those artistic juices flowing.
Free entry, suggested donation for life-drawing £5. Materials provided. No need to book, but register here to secure an easel.
Secure an easel →
Did you miss our latest video?
Hear from Frank Boxer and Michael Davies at the Camberwell Arms and find out more about their inspirations behind a seriously good cocktail and food menu.
Watch the full video here →
Make at home: the perfect Americano
Frank Boxer, the man behind our classic cocktails menu at the Pavilion Bar, shares his recipe for the perfect Americano.

"Americano is my favourite summer drink. Engagingly bitter, slightly sweet, and cold there's nothing else quite like it on a sunny afternoon. The recipe is beautifully simple and the result is perfectly balanced: the refreshing, bitter citrus of the Campari blended with the dark sweetness of the vermouth, in turn being lightened and lengthened with the tingle of fizzy water."

What you’ll need
  • 25ml Campari
  • 25ml Martini Rosso
  • Ice
  • Soda, to top
  • Orange slice, to garnish

Pour the Campari and vermouth over ice into a rocks glass, top with soda and garnish with wedge orange, stir and enjoy!
Your summer at the Dulwich Pavilion: What's coming up
Full programme here →