What is it? A hub for drinking, dining and dancing in the shadow of The Shard.
Why go? You’re spoilt for choice with bench seating, a large bar and street food vendors surrounding for when you need to slay the slurs.
What is it? A Hackney Wick bar and kitchen, Number 90 boasts a great canalside location, on the banks of the Lee Navigation.
Why go? DJ line-ups, a tempting burger menu and craft beer from east London’s finest.
What is it? A cracking Italian-themed coffee and cocktail bar tucked behind Oxford Street.
Why go? Drink on the pavement and pretend you’re living the dolce vita, as a Campari terrace pops up here for the summer months.
What is it? Chic wine shop, bar and restaurant in among the comings and goings of King’s Cross.
Why go? The terrace is a smart spot for a sauvignon blanc, regardless of whether you’re waiting for a train.
What is it? A Peckham railway arch with a banging happy hour.
Why go? Come out from under the arches to enjoy this thriving drinking spot soundtracked by the rumble of trains overhead.
Venue says Come down for Happy Hour, 6pm-7pm everyday, stay for the atmosphere and the music.