Top Six Outdoor Restaurants & Bars To Head To First This April

By Chloe Grayson

We’ve all been counting down the days until we can go out for dinner and drinks with friends and family for long awaited catch ups, and very soon we can do just that as restaurants and bars in the city are finally allowed to reopen their outdoor seating areas from Monday 12th April.
To make sure you choose the best London spots for good vibes and delicious food and drinks, we thought we’d share with you our top 6 outdoor restaurants and bars to head to first.

Lost In Brixton

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At the top of our list is Lost in Brixton, a rooftop paradise hidden in Brixton Market. Featuring a retractable roof, the hidden rooftop bar is tropical all year around and when the sun shines, the roof rolls back. You can order directly to your table from a selection of local traders from Brixton Market with cuisines ranging from Japanese, Latin American, Caribbean, French and more. Lost In Brixton specialises in Latin American cocktails and offers the freshest beer straight from the tanks and Camden Town Brewery.


All bookings must be made in advance. Tables for up to six people from two separate households.


Atrio Terrace

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Located just around the corner from the South Bank, Atrio Restaurant & Bar is the perfect place to head to for a spot of breakfast, a light snack or dinner and drinks with loved ones after a busy day of exploring. The restaurant will be opening up its outdoor terrace for you to watch the world go by whilst enjoying delicious food and drinks. Atrio Terrace will be open every day from 12th April for breakfast from 7am- 11am and for light snacks, drinks and dinner from 5pm-10:30pm Monday-Friday and 12pm-10:30pm on weekends.


All bookings must be made in advance. Tables for up to six people from two separate households.


Alto by San Carlo

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What’s better than an all-day Italian rooftop restaurant, alfresco terrace and bar with incredible views overlooking London? Alto by San Carlo allows you to escape the city to discover a hidden Italy in the sky. Located on the rooftop of Selfridges, you can browse through the beautiful department store before taking the exclusive lift up to the restaurant. The menu offers up delicious Italian food that’s designed to be shared, using only the finest ingredients. You’ll also be able to get the perfect Insta shot with a backdrop of the rooftops beautiful overhead foliage and citrus trees.


All bookings must be made in advance. Tables for up to six people from two separate households.


Darcie & May Green

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For something a little bit different, why not dine on the upper deck of this quirky canal boat. Located just under the Jubilee and Hungarton Bridge and outside the Royal Festival Hall, Darcie & May Green is the most colourful spot on the Southbank. Specialising in Aussie brunches, healthy lunches and relaxing dinners, with a buzzing bar serving innovative cocktails and nine fantastic local craft beers on tap. The restaurant even offers a bottomless Prosecco option which is perfect for special occasions or if you just want to celebrate restaurants being back open.


All bookings must be made in advance.


Kitchen at Holmes

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Destination for lovers of good food, Kitchen at Holmes, features two outdoor terraces which are perfect for soaking up the sun and enjoying cocktails and food with loved ones. Choose to dine on their Secret Roof Terrace located on the mezzanine level floor which features beautiful fairy lights, a grass lawn and arch way, or their other stunning heated terrace located just outside Kitchen at Holmes’s bar area on Baker Street. Dishes are full of vibrant and colourful flavours from the land, field and sea.


All bookings must be made in advance. Tables for up to six people from two separate households.


Vinegar Yard

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Located right next to London Bridge Station, Vinegar Yard is a unique outdoor street food and drinks hot spot which also offers pop-up shops, art installations as well as a weekly flea market on weekends. With an amazing variety of food vendors to choose from including everything from juicy burgers to BBQ Lebanese food, alongside an extensive drinks list, Vinegar Yard really is the place to be this summer.


All bookings must be made in advance. Tables for up to six people from two separate households.



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