It’s not long until 12th April, when you can meet friends and family outdoors for food and a tipple. But the question is… where are you going to go? Here are a few of our suggestions for an informal catch up with loved ones.
If anything is going to reunite loved ones in a big way, its pizza. And Pizza Pilgrims are ready and waiting for you. Nestled between London Bridge, Tower Bridge and Bermondsey St – Pizza Pilgrims has got plenty of outdoor seating. With trains rumbling overhead they say it makes for an excellent NYC vibe (but with Neapolitan pizza of course..)
In the neighbouring arch, find the mouth-watering Honest Burgers. There is something extra special about the Tooley Street Honest Burgers…This particular branch partnered with Crown & Queue to create a lightly spicy spreadable sausage thats been named ‘Bermondsey nduja’. A premium ready-to-eat cured sausage made with pork and lightly spiced with chilli and cayenne. Yes please.
Bottoms up! The stylish Nine Lives will be back open for business serving up modern house cocktails & craft beer poured in its tropical bar. Cocktails with friends is back on!
The American seafood joint has kept busy over lockdown. But they are delighted to be welcoming you back to the restaurant where they will be ready to quite literally wine and dine you. We’ll take the lobster and crayfish roll please!
If anywhere was made for an outdoor affair, its Vinegar Yard. The eclectic mix of drinks, food, flea market and art is back and taking bookings now. With some of the best street food and craft beer around, there is no question that Vinegar Yard is the perfect spot to catch up.
The delicious Indian restaurant, Gunpowder has a lovely terrace that overlooks Tower Bridge. Gunpowder classics include Mustard Malai Broccoli, Chaat and Norfolk Potatoes and the famous mouth watering Gunpowder Lamb Chops.
The award-Winning Souvlaki & Gyros is back with next level Greek flavours for you to enjoy in the heart of London Bridge. We are dreaming of the halloumi fries.
Eat by Chloe
Plant based food has taken a turn in recent years and has quite simply never looked so good. Lunch and brunch with some of the most delicious vegan food around at Eat by Chloe.
For colourful Middle Eastern delights, head to Comptoir Libanais and enjoy Lebanese classics from falafel, tagines, burgers and more!
The Ivy Tower Bridge
With a century of exceptional food and hospitality behind it, what started as a modest cafe is now a well renewed restaurant. Make your first trip out extra special by paying a visit to The Ivy and enjoy spectacular views over the city.