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Old Street Station, London, UK
Old Street Old Street

Dessert bar Treats Club is popping up inside Old Street station bringing its donuts and soft serve to commuters this summer. This is the first pop-up for the female-run bar, which is normally to be found at various London markets, and everything they make is handmade in-house. The pop-up will be offering premium soft serve, a rotating selection of donut flavours including vegan options, and donut soft serve sundaes.

12th August - 7th September 2019


400 Oxford St, Marylebone, London W1A 1AB, UK
Bond Street

Depop has popped up inside Selfridges’ Designer Studio on the department store’s third floor. The space, Depop’s first branded retail one outside of the US, features products on a moving rail, which shoppers can control – think a larger version of Cher’s closet in Clueless. The pop-up will showcase different Depop sellers each week, with vintage, streetwear and reworked pieces all on offer.

Until 31st October 2019


The Hive, Cambridge Heath Road, London, UK
Cambridge Heath

Created by Rich Baker and Sarah Brading, Flat Earth Pizza has now set up shop at The Hive in Hackney, Thursday to Saturday evenings. The menu changes every month but what remains the same is their awesome pizza dough which is made using a combination of flours from E5 Bakehouse and Gilchester’s organic heritage stoneground flour. The heritage grains are free from any chemicals or mass market alterations so this is a pizza that you don’t have to feel too guilty about eating. Toppings are inventive too, with a range of fermented, foraged and wild ingredients – they’re all vegetarian, and there are vegan cheeses available as well as regular cheese. Check out the kimchi and egg version, and our favourite, the collaboration with vegan cheese maker Kinda Co – they have made a special basil cheese for Flat Earth Pizza and it’s amazing.


16 New St, London EC2M 4TR, UK
Liverpool Street Liverpool Street Liverpool Street

Get a taste of the Great British seaside in the heart of town at the Moet & Chandon Chippy in the City pop-up on the Fish Market terrace. The outdoor food stall is serving up a classic menu of pickled Clarence Court eggs, scampi, devilled whitebait and battered haddock and chips. Purists can go for the beer battered option but if you like a little spice, the curry battered fish is the one to go for. Add in some mushy peas and tartare sauce (and a glass of fizz if you’re feeling fancy) you’ve got a proper fish supper and at chip shop prices too. It’s even served in traditional takeaway boxes, although you do get a proper knife and fork to eat it with – it’s still the City after all.

Until 30th September 2019


52 Regent Street, London, W1D 5BX
PIccadilly Circus

The Magnum Pleasure Store is back for another summer with its famous dipping bar, so you can customise your ice creams with a ton of sauces and toppings like black lava sea salt, cornflower petals and caramel fudge pieces. There’s even a Magnum Chef’s Table where you can get proper hands on with all the dipping action. And from 11th July there’ll be four fab flavours created in collaboration with Sink the Pink: Sink the Pink, That’s What She Said, Show Me Your Nuts and Blondes Have More Fun.

1st July - 31st August 2019


The Market Building, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8RF
Covent Garden

Gregory Marchand from Frenchie is opening a bacon scone pop-up in Covent Garden, meaning you don’t have to book into the restaurant to get your fix. The pop-up, on the lower level of Covent Garden Market (just down the road from the restaurant), will serve the cult smoked bacon and maple syrup scones with clotted cream, with the option to takeaway. You’ll also be able to get a veggie goat’s cheese version and there’ll be banoffee scones for dessert. Gregory is also installing a PacMan arcade game, available for guests to play on for the duration of the pop-up, and whoever has the highest score at the end will win a tasting experience for two at Frenchie Covent Garden.

Tues 11th June – October 2019


133 Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15 4ST, UK
Peckham Rye

Nobody wants to be sitting in a stuffy cinema on a summer’s evening, which is why Rooftop Film Club has returned to the city this summer with its outdoor cinematic experience high in the sky. It’s taking up residency at three rooftops across London; Bussey Building in Peckham, Queen of Hoxton in Shoreditch and Roof East in Stratford. Throughout the summer they are screening classic films such as 13 going on 30 and The Breakfast Club to more recent ones such as Aladdin and Rocketman. Films start at around 9pm, which conveniently coincide with sunset timings, so you can enjoy both from the comfort of your deck chair! Tickets start from £14.95 and you can upgrade to bottomless popcorn and lounge seats for an additional price.

Until end of September 2019


30 The Queen's Walk, South Bank, London SE1 8XX, UK
Waterloo Waterloo

Pitched up on the South Bank is Applebee’s Fish pop-up bar and restaurant. Applebee’s has been going since the late nineties, though this is its first pop-up, and just a stone’s throw away from the river Thames, it’s offering some of the best fish and chips (and views) in the capital. With a dedicated champagne and oyster bar, there is plenty about this that rocks, along with a games sandpit, craft beer, cocktails on tap and live performances from some of the best buskers around. The food menu is banging, with small bites of super fresh seabass ceviche as well as tuna and salmon tartare. The panko prawns with homemade kimchi mayonnaise are insane and of course the star of the show is everybody’s favourite seaside treat, fish and chips, made with a sustainably sourced cod fillet deep-fried in an extremely light and crispy harbour beer batter. Washed down with Goring Sparkling Wine and Champagne Collet it’s a treat at the seaside (well, river) for one and all.

Until 15th September 2019


1 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3JX, UK
Shoreditch High Street

For Las Mexicanas, the summer edition of their rooftop, Queen of Hoxton is taking inspiration from San Cristobal in Mexico. There’ll be a wrestling ring and arm wrestling stage where you’ll find the luchadoras, the bad ass ladies of Mexican wrestling; events like Trump pinata making, insect and mezcal tasting, and feminist embroidery workshops; and tacos and frozen margs galore. Ole!

2nd May - October 2019


300 Oxford St, London W1C 1DX, United Kingdom
Oxford Circus

John Lewis is opening their rooftop for another summer and this time it’s festival-themed. Roof Fest features boho and flower dens; a Caravan stage that’ll host live music, DJ sets, poets, comedians and more; summer cocktails from Background Bars; and Filipino food from Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen (formerly known as BBQ Dreamz)

19th April - 29th September 2019


3 Three Quays Walk, Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6AH
Tower Hill

The igloos are out and the surf shacks are in. Yes Coppa Club has transformed its terrace into a surfers paradise, with tropical plants, boards and a vintage VW van pop-up bar surrounding the shacks, so you can eat, drink and soak up those riverside views in style

From 2nd May 2019


252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN, UK

A bit of the English countryside is coming to Holborn as Rosewood London opens the Nyetimber Secret Garden in the courtyard. Wisteria and other foliage as well as vintage garden tools will adorn the terrace, where you’ll be able to sip on Nyetimber’s range of English sparkling wine. Holborn Dining Room’s Calum Franklin has created a spesh pairing menu and for the first time you’ll be able to have breakfast on the terrace too…fizz optional at that time of day but we say why not?

31st May - 29th September 2019


2 Bridge Street, Stratford, London E15 3FF
Stratford High Street

Street food handpicked by At The Table; craft beer from Signature Brewing and tiki cocktails curated by The Umbrella Project; DJs and house bands; outdoor cinema and sports screenings…yes it’s all happening at lush jungle-inspired summer terrace Pitch Stratford. It’s the perfect place to escape the crowds of Westfield and enjoy some al fresco action.

19th April - late September 2019


14 Lillie Road, Earls Court, London SW6 1TT
West Brompton West Brompton

One street, three bars and four house restaurants make up The Prince, a huge street food hub in Earls Court, and it’s back for summer. Not only does The Prince have a new retractable roof to really maximise the sunshine (and to protect against the rain), it’s been transformed into an English summer garden thanks to loads of flowers and foliage. Homeslice, Edu, Patty & Bun and Jefferies (a new chicken concept from the P&B team) are serving up the grub with beers, cocktails and frosé available at the bars.

Opens 25th April 2019


5 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central, London W2 6PY
Paddington Paddington

Pergola Paddington is back for another summer and it’s bringing the Balearic vibes. The roof on the top deck is coming off as is part of it downstairs, so you can catch those rays, and there’ll be day beds and DJs galore. Babek Brothers, Honi Poké, An Choi (a new trader from the Salvation in Noodles team) and Smash Patty (a new burger concept from Patty & Bun) will be keeping you fed and two huge bars will be keeping you watered with wine, beer and tap cocktails, with 2-for-1 during Sundowner Hours. If you’re out west, this is where the al fresco action is at.

Opens 2nd May 2019


Pennington St. Car Park Entrance, Wapping, London E1W 2SF
Shadwell Shadwell

Skylight is back for another summer with day-beds and garden booths for lounging, lush lawns for croquet and petanque, table tennis, cocktails and craft beers from the three bars, and street food from YIRO and Flipside. And you get all of that against a backdrop of epic city views.

Opens 2nd May 2019


Wandsworth Bridge Road, London SW6 2TY, United Kingdom
Imperial Wharf Parsons Green

Fulham Beach is back for the summer and this year it’s jungle themed, so that means lots of foliage and lots of tropical cocktails alongside the beach huts and white sand. You can swing by the beach for a few bevs, beach games, cinema screenings, bottomless beach brunch and yoga sessions. And with Dough-Me slinging pizzas and The Feast dishing up the BBQ, you won’t be going hungry either.

Until October 2019

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