The sun is out AND its bank holiday. This can only mean one thing… Beer Gardens!
With so many choices in London, we’ve put together our 7 best beer gardens to help you plan out your weekend.
Right in the middle of Wandsworth is the buzzing Grand Union. With lots of outdoor huts to choose from, it’s the perfect place to catch up with friends. Or… if you’re feeling a little more confident, the circular outdoor bar is a great way to mingle. Give Tinder a miss and start looking around you!
The White Cross or ‘The Waterman’s Arms’ as it was known back in the 1830’s, is an iconic Richmond pub on the edge of the river Thames. The perfect spot for a cool drink and bite to eat after a long dog walk along the River!
This rooftop popup, hidden away above the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, is a great escape from the crazy London streets. A fun retreat, complete with a secret entrance and some quirky swings to kick back on. This is one cool spot.
If you’re looking for a pub steeped in history with a cracking view, then this is your spot. With a beer garden that backs onto the River Thames, it’s the ideal place to sit back, relax and watch the boats pass by.
Fancy something a little quirkier with a whole lot of charm? The Magic Garden in Battersea boasts a mish-mash of furniture and a great atmosphere. It may even leave you feeling like you’ve just stepped out of the Mad Hatter’s Tea party!
This beer garden is flourished with flowers (may not be great for hay fever), but the brilliant atmosphere makes up for it.
In the mist of Wimbledon village, this hidden-gem of a beer garden is perfect rain or shine. With heaters, good pub grub and a hotel upstairs, you really never have to leave!