This December, a new rooftop bar will be popping up near London Bridge. Visitors to Winter Heights will be able to enjoy warming food and drinks this festive season.
Just a two minute walk from London Bridge station, the alfresco pop-up bar will offer 360° panoramic views of the London skyline. Hear live DJs, sip warming cocktails and tuck into Ginger Pig BBQ food and bottomless fondue.
Views from Winter Heights
You’ll find Winter Heights nestled on top of a six storey, 1960s-style office block. The concrete, brutalist architecture of the rooftop will be decked with twinkling fairy lights and 12-foot Christmas trees to create a festive oasis.
Bask in winter sun under the big expanse of sky during the day, and take in London landmarks including The Shard, St Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye and The Tower of London. Come night time, enjoy the glittering sky over the rooftops of London.
The rooftop has been transformed into the ideal space for groups of up to 6 (government guidance permitting, of course) to catch up whilst keeping safe in the heated outdoor setting.
Warming food and drink
Borough Market favourites, The Ginger Pig and Drunk Cheese will be supplying the festive fare. Expect gourmet hot dogs and hot cheese fondue.
With ice freshly carved from blocks on the bar, cocktails promise to be frosty and festive. And if craft beer is more your thing, Camden Brewery ales will be available too. Keep warm with mulled wine, boozy hot chocolate or a hot toddy.
The rooftop bar will be open from midday until 11pm daily (except Christmas Day). Tickets will include entry, a mulled wine and a hearty meal of Hot Cheese Fondue, Gourmet Ginger Pig Hot Dog, or Gourmet BBQ’d Halloumi Hot Dog.
Looking for more festive fun? Try these Christmas events.
When: Open daily from 8th December 2020
Where: Colechurch House, Tooley Street, London SE1 2SS
£: Tickets cost £17.50 – £25:00 per person (includes mulled wine and meal)
More info: londonbridgerooftop.com
We had reservations for weds. Sadly had to cancel but no phone no. Emailed no response. We want to re book.
That’s a shame. Hope you got it sorted.