More New Brands Coming to Gravity Southside

Entertainment centre is expanding its food hall offering

New concessions include Sidemen Sides and DJ Khaled’s Another Wing
New concessions include Sidemen Sides and DJ Khaled’s Another Wing

January 4, 2023

A series of new brands are coming to the food hall area in Gravity Southside in the centre of Wandsworth.

The eight concessions will include Sidemen Sides, DJ Khaled’s Another Wing, Dirty Bones and Coco di Mama along with Choppaluna and Crepeaffaire. Many of the new brands are popular with Instagram users and heavily promoted through social media.

The leisure venue is working with Reef Technology in a partnership which will also see the UK launch of the US pizza brand 800 degrees pizza.

Harvey Jenkinson , CEO of Gravity said, “The addition of Sidemen Sides and Another Wing to Gravity Wandsworth signal an exciting new chapter for us. As a business, we strive to push the boundaries of leisure entertainment within the UK, breathing life back into the high street, replacing traditional shopping with fun and entertainment.

Gravity Southside is set over three floors and covers 100,000 sq ft and can cater for 1,000 people. The centre hosts the first all-electric multi-level go kart track in the UK as well as a bowling alley and a crazy golf course.

The £4million facility, which opened in 2021, also includes high ropes climbing, darts, pool and basketball.

It offers family focused entertainment during the day with live music and a high-end cocktail bar designed to attract a young adult crowd in the evenings and nights.

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