With the British summer being so notoriously unpredictable, there is no time to waste when it comes to taking advantage of London’s summertime spots. Whether you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle, or to simply take in London’s skyline, you’re sure to find your perfect watering hole here.
On The Roof With Vintage Salt
On The Roof With Vintage Salt is a restaurant & bar inspired by a Cornish fishing village, where diners can enjoy a unique British seaside dining experience. It’s set to be the al fresco dining destination of the summer. The Drift Bar, located on the terrace, provides a range of chilled wines and champagnes, and the G&Tea bar offers some serious gin cocktails. The Beech Oven presents the highest quality seasonal produce, incorporating flavours that bring the quintessential British seaside to London. With some of the best views over London’s iconic skyline – even the infamous British weather won’t rain on this parade.
Carom’s Summer Rooftop
Pan-Indian Soho restaurant has partnered with Madison London to open a sky high pop-up bar and restaurant on the 6th floor rooftop of One New Change in St Paul’s. Enjoy Carom’s signature dishes whilst relishing the panoramic views and live music. The rooftop offers an a la carte menu and a brunch menu for those sunny Sundays. Stepping onto the terrace is almost like entering another world, and with the Mediterranean style suntraps, one can’t help but feel like they are in an exotic faraway country.
Exceptional in style, iconic by nature. Vista bar boasts an unrivalled backdrop of the London landscape, capturing the sheer splendour of the capital, perfect for a cocktail or glass of champagne. Sit, unwind, and enjoy the city in true Trafalgar style!
Aqua Spirit is home to two year-round terraces that work as slick and moody sunset spots. Set atop the former Dickins & Jones department store next to Oxford Circus, Aqua Spirit is the place to be for well-groomed clientele looking to escape the madness of Oxford Street. The sexy, chic terraces overlook Regent Street and offer views across London to the south. Depending on where you stand, you can see the London Eye, Liberty, the BT Tower and all the way across Mayfair. Be sure to sip on a Japanese Velvet cocktail as you cosy-up at this amazing rooftop terrace.
Located on the 10th floor of ME London, accessible via a dedicated express lift, Radio is the only rooftop bar, lounge and terrace in the Strand area to be open throughout the day till 2AM. With 360-degree cloud skimming views spanning from the heights of the city, the rooftop bar at ME London brings lounging and social indulgence to a whole new height.
Sushisamba delivers a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, culture, and music, along with 360-degree views of the City of London. Upon arriving at 110 Bishopsgate, one will run into two glass elevators that will whisk patrons straight up to the 39th floor terrace. The terrace’s point of focus is a tree sculpture, which is a beautiful piece of artwork that reinforces the earth-to-sky motif. The tree is decorated with magnificent orange leaves that sparkle when lit up after sunset.
12 Hay Hill
12 Hay Hill is an all-new members club in Mayfair. Having recently announced a partnership with Michelin starred chef Shaun Rankin, it is aiming to become an ultimate hybrid of a business and social club. On the ground floor there is a magnificent restaurant and bar, which serves up unique seasonal dishes. Once you make your way up to the 3rd floor you will find an elegant garden terrace overlooking Berkeley Square. The garden terrace bar will boast al-fresco dining, focusing on impeccable fresh seasonal produce.