Discover London's best winter terraces and festive pop-ups...so far!
Returning this year is Piste, the alpine-themed (and styled) club – situated downstairs at Soho’s Archer Street bar.
Enter via a "secret" entance (near Marble Arch) and climb up the staircase to discover an abandoned urban fairground dishing up boozy eggnog, Raclette wheels and Hot Gin Punch and Negronis on tap
The Berkeley Health Club & Spa transforms its roof-top terrace into the ever popular pop-up winter cinema.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street at The Gardening Society rooftop, as this ethically conscious Modern British restaurant serves up seasonal produce.
From the people behind Rooftop Film Club comes Sliders, London’s only rooftop curling club...
Next to the Tower of London on the banks of the River Thames, Coppa Club's restaurant is re-introducing the bubbles for festive alfresco dining.
The Magic Roundabout has been transformed into a winter go-to destination; a perfectly themed, fully covered, heated winter space that needs to be seen to be believed - situated above Old Street tube station.
A hideaway inspired by the far-flung desert realms and romantic splendour of Marrakesh.
Following the phenomenal summer success of Pergola Paddington Central, this haven is returning for winter.
Themed around an urban après skate bar, the East London venue is serving up seasonal drinks, fondue and street food, London’s first rooftop ice rink, cutting edge DJs, ice hockey shooting, indoor and outdoor heated areas, and the best views in the city.
Escape to a magical castle and enter the immersive world of Backyard Cinema and enjoy the cosiest cinema winter has to offer while feasting on popcorn and indulging on winter warmer cocktails.
The Southbank Centre has been celebrating all things Nordic this year and finishing up in style by creating a Nordic Winter Wonderland complete with rooftop Finnish sauna.
Jimmy's Lodge is back, bigger and better than ever in their new central London location bringing their version of the Alps to the snowy peaks of the Southbank.
One street, four house restaurants, two bars and an enclosed woodland pergola garden...
Christmess is a colourful foray into Nicky’s Imaginarium, a naughty and anarchistic world inhabited by St Nicky and his revolutionary theatrical entourage.
Festive treats, feasts and flings