Push Recommends: Things to do this Bank Holiday Weekend

Just a few more hours until you’ll be out the door for a three-day weekend. If you haven’t planned anything yet and are trying to finish up last minute work so you don’t have time to do research, not to worry, the Push team have put together a list of recommendations for you. From fitness classes, to foodie delights and where to grab a drink when (hopefully, fingers crossed) the sun is out.

>> The latest Fitness & Wellbeing trends to try this weekend

Head over to Kobox‘s new pay-as-you-go gym in Chelsea, King’s Road. The space offers an array of 50 minute classes which either give you the full body workout you’ve been looking for or targets specific areas of the body. If you’re thinking about booking a session, Kobox offer a ‘First Timer’ fee of £25 which includes two classes and a pair of boxing wraps.

Start the day with a yoga class with HEX Fitness at the John Lewis rooftop. These classes are dedicated to strengthening your muscles whilst helping to improve and help balancing both your body and mind. The class is from 10 – 11am on Saturday 25th. After the class, enjoy a brunch with friends (and why not an Expresso Martini).

>> Where to satisfy your taste buds

A.O.K Kitchen offers one of the most irresistible dining experiences in London. It’s beautiful interiors offer a sense of comfort and relaxation. All you need to worry about is choosing which fresh-produce dish you will be ordering. Part restaurant and part bakery, constant smells of handmade patisseries lift your appetite to the heavens.

If you’re looking for the perfect Instagram location to make co-workers and friends jealous of your weekend, then head over to Gloria in Shoreditch. The simplicity of the menu makes it a favourite among the Push team. Didn’t book tickets to go to Venice this weekend? Let Venice come to you and bathe in the mamma mia 70’s inspired decorum.

>> Enjoy a sky-high view of London with a cocktail

The Boundary is definitely a London and Push favourite, with spectacular views of the city and East London. From Easter through to late summer, the rooftop is offering an array of French delicacies to nibble on such as tapenade and charcuterie – the perfect snacks to accompany your weekend cocktail.

The spirit of summer is alive at Radio Rooftop with a Botanical Garden and Mexican Hacienda pop-up. The terrace has been transformed into two exclusive sensorial spaces which offer a wide range of drinks and sharing boards to accompany you through the day. The Botanical Garden is inspired by an English country garden whilst the Mexican Hacienda gives way to a large cabana decorated with Mexican tropical foliage and cacti.

>> Some fun for both children and adults

Art 4 Fun is a little secret nestled in West Hampstead. Delight both yourself and your children to an afternoon of crafts and paint ceramics, wood and T-shirts. No need to be a born Picasso, it’s all about having fun, creating memories and unleashing your artistic flair.

Push PR x

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