15 Great Places For A Big Group Hang Outside In London

15 Great Places For A Big Group Hang Outside In London

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Get a group of friends together for an afternoon or evening outside in London.

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    Enjoy open-air dining on the terrace whilst tucking into a contemporary French menu, and observe the impressive views of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Gherkin and the Bank of England. -- Evening Standard via Foursquare
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    Rooftop closes at 10pm but party usually continues down. Come early not to stay in line too long. There might be an entry fee (varies based on concert). Food and drinks are OK, view is great. -- Antal János Monori via Foursquare
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    Our favourite is the truffled mac and cheese, topped with herb pangrattato – potentially the best we’ve had this year. And cigar-infused aged rum? Yes please! -- Best Bars via Foursquare
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    44 Berkeley Sq, designed by William Kent, has been described as the finest terrace house in London. It’s now home to the Clermont Club, where Lord Lucan was expected the night he disappeared. -- HISTORY UK via Foursquare
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    Given how busy it gets over the summer, it might be worth waiting till later in the year when you'll have more space to splash around. On Tuesday evenings they have a female only session. -- Evening Standard via Foursquare
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    Mingle with the super-stylish clientele of Shoreditch and take in the breathtaking views of the city and vibrant East end. Lunch at The Boundary offers a range of options from bar food to.. -- 10things • city guides by local experts via Foursquare
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    Be nice to the pretentious entrance staff, they are just looking for some love. Once on top enjoy the nice view. Too many working girls and substance abuse for my taste though. -- samichlaus via Foursquare
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    A fantastic house in the SOHO house network, the real treat is the rooftop view. Try the Veal Risotto when stopping by the club restaurant. -- Glenn Ebert via Foursquare
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    Built in 1924, this was once the biggest garage in Europe, with separate lounges for owners, ladies and chauffeurs. It became a Sir Terence Conran restaurant in 1997. -- HISTORY UK via Foursquare
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    Great rooftop bar with heated lamps and lots of seating! Just go through the dark door in the back. Also, the hipster bartender will give you a half pint of beer if you ask for a taste. -- Melissa Mawby via Foursquare
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    Overlooks Regent Street and you can see the London Eye! Dinner only inside! One of the best rooftop terraces in London!!! -- Nastasia🍷 via Foursquare
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    Once Guinness world record holder for smallest bar in England, also a favourite of Graham Green and Ernest Hemingway - the latter as famed for his notorious drinking abilities as his literary prowess. -- Waterstones via Foursquare
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