Cosy winter pop-ups in London
For a heated wigwam
The Queen of Hoxton’s rooftop spot is channelling belle époque Paris for its winter season with an alternative Moulin Rouge-inspired experience complete with a lit-up red windmill. Swing by the absinthe bar for a glass of the green fairy before loading up on cheese and wine in a wigwam. C'est parfait!
For dinner in a dome
Such is our appetite for warm places to sit that last year London lost its collective shit over Coppa Club’s PVC riverside igloos. This year they are back and they’re as cosy as ever, with snug sheepskin blankets, festive snacks and breeze-free views of the city skyline. The eight-person snuggeries are fully booked into the new year, but daily walk-ins for chilly Londoners are available. See you in the queue.
For rooftop feasts
The buzzy urban garden in west London is open again for the snowy season. We know what you’re thinking: brrrr!, but it’ll be heated and fully enclosed for the winter months, with a clear roof so you can see the sky without the plummeting temperatures. Patty & Bun, Canard, MAM and Yucatan and more are on the winter menu, alongside hot and festive cocktails to be sipped among the winter greenery and glowing lights.
Venue says Hidden alfresco garden and rooftop: drinking/dining in the heart of London, with 850 seats, seven day-beds, four restaurants and two bars.
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