Summer is often a touch-and-go type scenario in London, but for those days when the sun is out surrounded by nothing but blue skies, here are 8 of the best rooftop bars in London.
If you’re planning last minute after-work drinks or weekend rooftop bar visits, it pays to remember everyone will have the same idea, so booking a table can help prevent excessive queuing and commuting to a certain destination to find it completely over-packed with no available seating or room at the inn, so to speak…
Radio rooftop, M.E hotel, The Strand – An ongoing favourite, this timeless stylish venue offers tapas dining along with panoramic views of London. This also happens to be one of the most popular rooftop bars in London, so always book before a visit to avoid being turned away. Visit here.
Netil 360, Hackney – A great summer vibe with day parties, outdoor movie screenings and foodie pop-ups. Visit here.
Queen of Hoxton, Shoreditch – A cult classic, another recent make-over sees a more San Francisco 1967 feel this year. Visit here.
Proud, Camden – Think Alice in Wonderland’s tea party, hosted by the Mad Hatter himself on Saturdays… Visit here.
Coq D’Argent, Bank– Beautiful rooftop gardens to complement a great wine list. Visit here.
Sushi Samba, Bishopsgate – Possibly the best cocktails and view in London, and just around the corner from our Bishopsgate store. Visit here.
The Roof Gardens, Kensington – As the name suggests, a stunning roof garden often adorned with flamingos. Visit here.
Golden Bee, Old Street – Affordable cocktails with a nightclub feel. Visit here.
Which are your favourite rooftop bars in London?
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