London’s best summer drinking spots
Where better to soak up the sunshine this summer than in some of London’s best rooftop bars and beer gardens? We’ve handpicked a few of our favourite London summer drinking spots, so next time the sun’s shining, you know exactly where to go.
With 360-degree views and swanky signature cocktails, it’s no wonder Radio Rooftop has made our favourite London summer bars list. Make sure you book in advance if you want to take in the views of the London landmarks that this bar has to offer.
With pub-grub, cabana-style huts and a family-friendly vibe, this gastropub’s beer garden is the perfect place to sip on something tasty whilst you soak up the rays this summer.
At this sky-high rooftop bar, on the 38th floor of Heron Tower, you can eat delicious sushi and slurp on a signature cocktail whilst taking in sensational views of the City. It’s one not to miss this summer.
Attached to live music venue, Omeara, this sun-trap terrace is home to a tequila house. So if you’re a lover of latin flavours and fancy treating yourself to something tasty, there’s no better place to visit when the sun’s shining.
Jin Bo Law
Jin Bo Law is known for its delicious, asian-inspired cocktails and views across the City. What’s more, its décor is inspired by pineapples – so what’s not to like?
Take a trip to the top of Southbank’s Sea Containers hotel and you’ll find yourself at 12th Knot – the ideal place to treat yourself to a champagne cocktail whilst you take in the incredible views surrounding you.
Bussey Rooftop Bar
Famous for throwing seriously good summer parties, Bussey Rooftop Bar is undoubtedly Peckham’s finest rooftop bar. With plenty of cocktails and craft ales to choose from, it’s the perfect place to spend a summer’s day. What’s more, it’s only a 20 minute taxi ride from our Nine Elms Point development – so why not swing by and check it out?
Spoiling us with a canal-side garden and wide selection of craft beers and wines, the Union Tavern is Notting Hill’s ideal summer destination. If you like the sound of alfresco drinking as you watch boats float on by, look no further.