Everyone loves a spot of rooftop dining, particularly when London gets all sweaty and hectic, even *more* so when the food is provided by Devon’s famous Michelin-starred The Elephant. They’ll be whipping up seasonal ingredients into a special menu for the occasion, served in the tranquil surroundings of the John Lewis Gardening Society.
Summer has arrived and while we’re cautiously optimistic that it’s here to stay, London’s restaurants and bars are shaping up to launch a series of summer bars
Fitzrovia world food restaurant Foley’s is set to be John Lewis’s next residency, neatly knitting together the two biggest trends of the summer so far: tacos and department store rooftops.
Operating out of their rooftop installation, The Gardening Society, they’ll be cooking up a special menu focusing mainly on tacos with an international twist, made with ingredients like Korean BBQ, Goan crab and even sweet panna cotta, playing
Overlooking the famous London landmark, the Trafalgar St. James is well placed to offer a luxurious rooftop drink or two at its Vista bar, with British food available in its restaurant.
Tobacco Dock is home to the latest themed rooftop bar and restaurant, thanks to Skylight, who’ll be providing street food, cocktails and plenty of traditional lawn games.
The regular rooftop restaurant at Selfridges is back. This time, they'll have a Californian approach to cooking.
Pergola, West London’s rooftop restaurant is coming back for a third time, and this time Breddos are coming too.
The most exciting thing about this by far is that it’ll mean West Londoner’s will finally be able to get a slice of the Breddos action, given that the legendary taqueria is usually only to be found in and around Clerkenwell and Hoxton.
Pergola will also be hosting 8 Hoxton Square, who are normally found dishing up seasonal,
Dan Barber's wastED pop-up at Selfridges has been an almighty success - and we were quite frankly blown away by our meal there. But if you hadn't followed our advice to get a table, the minute booking opened, you might be more than a bit miffed at missing out. After all, there's nothing worst for FOMO than seeing everyone on your Insta
We try new City rooftop spot Aviary for a stellar Sunday lunch
The Dan Barber pop-up, wastED London on the roof at Selfridges, is going to be one of the food highlights of the year in London, but don't just take our word for it. We caught up with the chef himself.
He was on a trip to London and we found him in the test kitchen at Selfridges, working on recipes with his second in command at Blue Hill's, Culinary Director Adam Kaye, and London-based co-chefs Ian Scaramuzza and Jonny Bone. Scaramuzza was previously Head Chef
25/11/16 - Updated with Aviary soft launch info.
The ETM group - known for The Botanist and The Gun have three new pubs on the way - coming to Finsbury Square and the new Nova development in Victoria.
First up is Burdock, at the Royal London Hotel in Finsbury Square. That one features a 2,000 square foot bar, four (very "now") overhanging tank beers with rotating guest craft ales
Today the rooftop restaurant at Selfridges, Forest, has just undergone its winter revamp, reopening with a new theme as a party set in an Alpine forest. It's the sixth season for the restaurant that continues to be a big hit with shoppers in the iconic Oxford Street store.
So what does the winter revamp bring? Expect glitter balls and gold and glitter accents throughout the whole
John Lewis is updating its Gardening Society rooftop installation for the winter months and they've brought in Mac & Wild to create a winter menu.
The whole space is also being redesigned as a winter forest, designed by Tony Woods who was previously awarded RHS National Young Garden Designer of the Year. So expect a natural fir tree glade as you enter as well as vegetable patches, hedgerows
The rooftop dining scene on Oxford Street is already ramping up for summer with the opening of Notch on 5 May. But now we're hearing of another roof scene that looks set to dominate the street's summer scene.
John Lewis, of all places, has teamed up with event organisers Night Tales to put on a series of rooftop residencies by some of the hottest
The transformation of the rooftop at the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane into Roofnic last year was a huge hit for the hotel - with queues snaking round the block. Now they've unveiled their plans for Summer 2016 and it's bound to be just as popular.
The space will be called Notch. Style-wise they're describing it as "Williamsburg Warehouse meets Berlin
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