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Beautiful Beer Gardens In London

Summer is already here, the lockdown is lifted, businesses start to open slowly and hotels are opening on the 04th of July. It looks like we are going back to our normal lives. With all the social distancing rules we thought to look for beautiful beer gardens in London, and we do have plenty of them here. Actually we found the best beer gardens, so if you fancy a cold pint, you’re lucky because we’ve got you covered. Here’s our list.

1.The Four Thieves is an amazing place to go and spend a lazy evening. In the summer the scent of lavender will waft down from the roof, where it is growing in preparation for being distilled into gin. It’s a pub and a microbrewery with 70+ gins, weekly comedy nigh, quiz nights, live Sunday jazz, DJs, lunch deals, bottomless brunch, a Victorian-style Music Hall with a fully functioning Arcade. The venue has quirky decor with bags of charisma and friendly staff to give everyone the warmest of welcomes.

If you are hungry you will be able to enjoy a fantastic selection of fresh and modern street food with some Latin twist, a BBQ in the summer months and their now very famous Sunday Roast served with a side of vintage Jazz. You don’t just go there for a drink, you go there to have fun as well! There is a huge entertainment list, for example, every Wednesday it’s comedy night and they do bring a famous comedian to play regularly. Boogaloo Stu is an inimitable figure of fun and frolics, he hosts the quiz night and also the bottomless brunch.  Think unlimited cocktails, bottomless tea, coffee and toast, bingo and balloon animal making.  All before lunchtime.  There is a secret snug room they host Lady Chastity’s Reserve, a mysterious immersive game featured in Time Out and Metro, which has to be seen to be believed… just ask for Gabriel.

Website: www.fourthieves.pub

2. Vinegar Yard

This is a unique London Bridge outdoor street food and drinks hot spot, and it’s a few minutes away from the station and the iconic London Shard. Vinegar offers up a whole host of fun things to do in the city, from pop-up shops, to art installations and a weekly flea market hosted by Flealondon, on the weekends.

The amazing variety of food vendors also on offer; Nanny Bills, BabaGs food, Niks Kitchen, Up in My Grill and Sugo UK which vary from juicy burgers to BBQ Lebanese food.

New for July 2020 Vinegar Yard has a freshly designed mezzanine and rooftop bar, as well as lots of outdoor space, perfect for those wanting to catch sunshine in the city.

Whether it’s for an after-work pint, or celebrating a birthday or work pint, Vinegar Yard is the perfect place to both relax and party.

3. Fulham Beach

A beach paradise in London? Sounds really weird right? Well this summer Fulham Beach transports guests to a JUNGLE beach paradise on the distant shores of a desert shore of a desert island with its stylish indoor/outdoor multifaceted venue. Enjoy lounging on day beds with a group of friends, book your own beach hut or reserve your exclusive cabana on the beach! What happens when it rains I hear you ask. It’s no surprise that it can rain in London, right? Well on a rainy day you can relax under covered jungle pergola. Choose from the delicious street – food, cocktails at the beach bar and flamingo bar and chill with beach club vibes, plus a variety of games including Mini Golf, Shuffleboard, Ping Pong & Beer Poing for those more competitive spirits out there.

Your jungle beach paradise offers a delicious Bottomless Beach Brunchfrom £30 every Sunday from 12-2pm and includes a £10 food voucher along with bottomless bubbles. As well Rose Saturdays from £25 every Saturday from 12-2pm and includes a £10 food voucher along with bottomless rose. In the mood to escape from it all? Bookable areas include our new sings, daybeds, beach huts, & feasting tables.

Website: www.neverlandlondon.com

4. The Ship

This South-West London pub is a delightful pit-stop for those wanting to enjoy a delicious meal in beautiful surroundings near the River Thames. In The Ship’s extended dining room you can cuddle up by the central fireplace and enjoy the live accoustic sets, or grab a nice cold one and chill out with mates on the colourful vintage chairs. Live music is every Sunday, Wednesday sees the Ship’s famous quiz too. Their food menus hold all the British classics for you to devour; Scotch eggs and gourmet burgers alongside Sunday roasts and oysters; they have something for every pallet and their specials change daily with main components including oxtail or halibut. Let the friendly and knowledgable staff can advise you on everything, from the favourites on their desert menu, or the many local or world craft beers available.

Get outside in the finer weather and enjoy their waterside terrace, that can be accessed from their private boat dock if you wanted to navigate to The Ship via boat! Dine or drink dockside, with their barbecue bar, the Doolali Bar offering all that you would expect from a summer spread. No need to bump elbows at the grill; just give them your mobile number and you’ll get a text when your food is done.

Website: www.theship.co.uk

5. London House 

Enjoy delicious dining in Battersea at Gordon Ramsay’s London House, within a ten-minute walk of Imperial Wharf station. London House features welcoming and sleek interiors skilfully designed by Russell Sage. With the kitchen serving up a strong European menu heavy on British and artisan ingredients.

There’s a separate drinks lounge here too and it comes complete with traditional and innovative cocktails, locally-brewed beers and a compelling wine list to cater for all palates. The relaxed, polished venue retains Ramsay’s high standards and is perfect for indulging at dinner time as well as popping by for a few bespoke cocktails after a tough day at work.

6. Efra Social 

Effra Social is taking you back to the 20th century in workings men club style! With a feeling of a village hall yet with modern touches and an entertainment programme to rival any Shoreditch bar, Effra Social is taking things retro. Housed in a large Georgian Townhouse in Brixton, you can relax in the large beer garden out front or come to eat and drink in the large bar area. The bar is cheap and the kitchen serves up modern European dishes. Bands hit the stage at the weekend which gets the place rocking and the have quizzes, bingo and dance nights on throughout the week.

7. Big Chill Kings Cross 

We couldn’t leave Kings Cross out, right? We had to find an awesome spot for you in case you want to go local, here at Kings Cross – next to Central Hotel London.

Big Chill Kings Cross is a place to drink, eat, work and play providing quality craft drinks, delicious food, friendly service, a roof terrace, unique rooms for private hire and DJs every Thursday – Saturday.

Bringing good people, good times and good music together.

Chuck Burgers are now at Big Chill serving up a whole host of signature burgers, new favourites and American style sides to go along with our stellar cocktail menu.

Join them for unlimited drinks, brunch eats and DJ beats every Saturday & Sunday at our Bottomless Weekend Brunch!

They’ve got free flowing Passion Fruit Spritz, Supersonic G&Ts and Prosecco. Enjoy 90 mins of bottomless drinks whilst Chuck Burger cook up the best brunch bites including Fluffy Pancakes, Waffle Chicken and PB&J French Toast! Available every weekend 12-4.30pm.

There you have, seven beautiful places to visit in London and enjoy a pint amongst other things.

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