Leake Street Arches is one of London's coolest leisure destinations. Comprising of 8 lovingly restored railway arches beneath Waterloo Station, the scheme enjoys proximity to the UK’s busiest station while retaining an authentic, urban character. Leake Street itself runs from York Road through to Lower Marsh and its central section is a renowned Grafitti tunnel which gained notoriety in 2008, following Banksy's 'Cans Festival'. A newly created link tunnel allows pedestrian access between Leake Street and Addington Street, which leads on to Westminster Bridge roundabout. The existing tenant line up has been carefully selected to suit this unique location. Rat Bar is one of three parts to the '26 Leake Street' venue, also housing a restaurant, micro-brewery and permanent events space. This is complemented by Draughts, the renowned board game cafe, with an all-day menu, Banh Bao Brothers' contemporary take on Vietnamese and Mamuska's contemporary offering of much underrated Polish delicacies. Sensorium by Aures sits amongst these; part permanent events space and part cocktail lounge, theirs is a deliberately evolving concept with one of the best sound systems you'll find in London.