If you’re a cheese fan then Woody Bear should be top of your list. Nestled high above the shops of Oxford Street, this winter pop-up serves up hot gin punch and eggnog alongside raclette, croque monsieurs and charcuterie boards. With a capacity of 100, it’s the perfect place for a winter shindig.
Tobacco Dock’s rooftop bar Skylight is a former car park, and over the summer has featured croquet, petanque and lawn bowls. Now moonlighting as a rooftop playground, it houses an ice rink, ice hockey shooting, street food and lots of festive style tipples.
West London’s favourite winter rooftop is back for the festive season. With some of the best restaurant pop-ups, including the lip-smackingly good Patty and Bun or our pizza favourite Made of Dough, this rooftop is sure to delight.
Queen of Hoxton never fails to make it onto our list of favourite rooftops. With their creative theming, this year they’re taking us to the desert and have created a Moroccan Medina. It’s a treasure trove of lanterns, incense and brightly coloured drapes all housed within their rooftop wigwam.
Managed by the king of pop-ups Jimmy’s Lodge, Roof East’s Mountain Summit sits high above a Stratford car park. There’s a variety of festive activities available, including hiring of their igloos, sliders, street food and a ski lodge bar.
One of the more luxurious rooftops, the Trafalger St James has unrivalled views of the city skyline. Guests can wrap up in woollen blankets and be treated to sweeping views of London rooftops alongside carefully crafted cocktails.
Coq d’Argent have created a winter wonderland on the top of their restaurant in the heart of London’s Bank area. Decked out with vintage ski props, furry blankets amongst snowglobes, they offer a wintery menu of tartiflette, venison burgers and chestnut macaroons.
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