The Ivy Temple Row will re-open its doors on Monday, 17 May with a bespoke and colourful 1960s themed cocktail menu, new and delicious summer dishes, and afternoon tea for guests to enjoy.

Cocktails will include the showstopping In The Groove (£10.95), featuring Grey Goose Vodka shaken with mint, lemon and sugar and topped with chilled Prosecco, the Flower Power (£9.75), mixed with an electric blend of Grey Goose, Bombay Sapphire, Bacardi Carta Blanca, Patron Silver & Blue Curacao with lemon juice and Fever-Tree Lemonade, and the Free & Easy Spritz (£6.95), crafted with Lyre’s non-alcoholic Italian Spritz, pink grapefruit juice, Fever-Tree Soda Water and Scavi & Rey Non-Alcoholic Fizz, all perfect for those long summer nights.

For those looking to indulge in The Ivy Temple Row’s delicious menu, there will be plenty of refreshing new summer dishes available, including the Pea Velouté (£6.75), with lemon and thyme ricotta, crushed peas and black pepper, the delectable Côte de Boeuf (£32.95), and a Strawberry Ice Cream Sundae dessert (£8.25), featuring vanilla ice cream with meringue, shortbread and a warm strawberry sauce.

Elizabeth Burton, General Manager at The Ivy Temple Row says: “We are very excited to be re-opening on 17 May and welcoming back our regular diners alongside members of the community, who we have greatly missed over the last few months. Whether you’re looking for lunch and cocktails with friends or dinner with a loved one, there are plenty of delicious options to help you rediscover your love of dining this summer.”

The Ivy Temple Row looks forward to welcoming guests back from Monday, 17 May, subject to additional announcements from the Government.

Reservations for May can be made now via

Whilst service will remain a priority, the restaurant will be continuing to implement the highest standards of health and safety, ensuring both guests and employees will be dining and working in confidence and in a safe environment. All details can be viewed via the restaurant’s website.

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