Do you have to book radio rooftop?

Do you have to book radio rooftop?

Directly opposite Waterloo Bridge for Southbank, Radio Rooftop is also within easy reach of Mayfair, Knightsbridge and the City using London Underground or Taxis. Please note bookings aren’t mandatory however we recommend booking to avoid disappointment.

Can you wear jeans to radio rooftop?

What to Wear to Radio Rooftop? You’ll want to dress fairly smart when visiting Radio Rooftop – in other words, no trainers/jeans/sportswear.

What time is brunch at Radio rooftop?

Join us for our early opening on the weekend with our stunning new Brunch Menu. Every Saturday and Sunday starting at 11am, indulge in stunning seasonal dishes like Ricotta pancakes with banana and honeycomb butter, Buttermilk chicken with waffles and a Poached egg croissant with avocado, chili and lime.

How far is radio rooftop bar from Covent Garden?

Tube stations near Radio Rooftop Bar in Covent Garden

Station Name Distance
Charing Cross 4 min walk VIEW
Embankment 7 min walk VIEW
Covent Garden 13 min walk VIEW

Where is the best rooftop bar in London?

This trendy London rooftop bar is located on the roof of ME Hotel. Here you have a panoramic view of a big bunch of the most iconic London sights. Other than views, live DJs, fine small plates and tasty drinks are some of the experiences you get at Radio Rooftop Bar London.

Where is the London Bridge rooftop?

Perched on top of the Colechurch House on London Bridge Walk, the London Bridge Rooftop is ‘Here for a good time, not a long time’, so make sure to get the most out of the elevated summer fun this season.

How much does a rooftop bar cost at 4 Kingdom Street?

Exclusive to 4 Kingdom Street companies during the week, the rooftop bar is available to the general public at weekends, with events ranging from ‘Skylark Drinks’ to ‘Cocktails Of The World Brunch’ and ‘Bubbles in the Sky Experience’ (cost from £10-70).

Are there any rooftop bars like sushisamba in London?

Many other of the rooftop bars in London are located in the more central parts of London, which provides a lovely view of the rooftops, but not quite with the same magnificent view as SushiSamba. London is a city with tons of famous attractions. Here’s a great guide to alternative things to do in London.