Frank’s Cafe is the flagship architectural commission of Bold Tendencies, Peckham, and opened in 2008. As well as the spectacular city skyline, note the pillowy clouds floating in the biggest expanse of blue in south London. Photos: Stephen Emms The structure was designed by Practice Architecture (Paloma Gormley and Lettice Drake) so you can admire the view while queuing for a negroni: a snip at £6 (as it always has been). There’s a full bar and an above-standard food menu with plates like sardines with tomato (£7.50) as well as daily specials. Photo: SE Sun-kissed faces: the canopy looking nothing short of majestic as the light drops. Bold Tendencies, now in its 11th year, commissions site-specific works of visual and performing art. Photo: SE Artist Richard Wentworth’s Agora abstract art now adorns the roof of the multi-storey car park. And as the sun finally sets, drinkers line the wall. Photo: SE Frank’s Cafe is open Tuesday to Friday (5pm – 11pm) and Saturday/Sunday: 11am – 11pm. It closes on Sat 30th Sept 2017. Find it on the 10th Floor at Peckham Multi Storey Car Park, 95a Rye Lane SE15 4ST This article was updated in Sept 2017.