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And while the inside view’s pretty great (the bar is in the shape of an illuminated pineapple), the outside view drops you right in the middle of the City’s eclectic skyline.
READ MORE Opening Hours: Roof East are really upping their games.
Other celebrated watering holes in the area include the Nags Head on Floral Street, formerly a regular of the market workers, and the Punch & Judy terrace with enviable views overlooking the Piazza.
If there’s one thing that’s better when done on a rooftop, it’s literally everything. Which is why we’ve nobly taken it upon ourselves to put together a comprehensive guide to the very best rooftop bars in London. Like a tranquil island of booze-laced bliss in the chaos of Central London, Aqua sits high above Oxford Street ready for you to kick back, order a cocktail, and laugh haughtily at the teeming masses below you.
Home to London’s oldest pub and former haunt of Charles Dickens, the Lamb & Flag dates back to the early 18th century and was nicknamed the ‘Buckle of Blood’ due to the bare-knuckle fist fights it hosted.
You can bring your own picnic, or just get one from the on-site cafe.READ MORE Opening Hours: Shoreditch has seen it all: nuns, factory owners, criminals, and prostitutes.Now it boasts a roof terrace with 360-degree views across the chimneys of the East End. READ MORE Opening Hours: Sitting on top of The South Place Hotel, Angler is one of the sleeker rooftop bars in London.VIEW DETAILS Opening Hours: What do you get if you cross a former The Ivy chef with a ground floor lounge, a tweed-dressed restaurant, a private dining room, a late-night subterranean cocktail den and a sun-drenched roof terrace overlooking Smithfield Market? READ MORE Opening Hours: They say no-one’s above the Jin Bo Law……probably because it’s on the 14th floor of the Dorsett City Hotel in Aldgate.