What’s on this weekend; 3rd-5th July

The time has come! The city of London is (finally) getting a glimpse of normality again as this weekend marks the reopening of non-essential locations including pubs, cafés and restaurants. Here’s our roundup of what’s on this weekend to celebrate …

Visit a pub or beer garden

“The pub is officially (almost) back […] Not everywhere will be open, sadly. Only venues that are Covid secure and can operate while maintaning the one metre rule can open their doors” – Evening Standard

Discover a new rooftop bar

“The capital is gearing up to reopen. Now, just in time for peak rooftop drinking season, some of our favourite spots are making plans to unbolt their doors once more. Here are the rooftop bars opening this summer” – Condé Nast Traveller

Head to a new restaurant

“As Boris Johnson gives the green light for London’s hospitality industry to reopen, these are the restaurants that are ready to welcome you back (at a safe distance). Expect larger al fresco dining spaces, new menus, takeaway options and increased safety measures” – Luxury London

Book a ticket to an outdoor cinema

“The drive-in cinema is the future of isolation entertainment, and like every new trend, London’s entrepreneurs are all over it. Here’s a list of all the drive-in cinemas – plus a live musical drive-in – parking up the capital this summer” – The Resident

Plan yourself an eco-staycation

“Dreaming of your next getaway and intrigued by the concept of eco-staycations? Take a sustainable staycation at one of these spectacular countryside hotels, from a holiday cottage on the Cornish Coast to a luxury golf and spa hotel in the idyllic Dedham Vale” – Country & Townhouse

Learn about London’s black history

“Tony Warner, the founder of Black History Walks, talks us through London’s key addresses – from West African art in the British Museum to Brixton’s Black Cultural Archives, which has a bookshop, exhibitions and African and Caribbean memorabilia” – Condé Nast Traveller

Enjoy a luxury picnic experience

“A picnic in the park is the highlight of many social calendars right now […] But everyone knows the most crucial element is the food. Discover a curated list of the best London restaurants and delis offering picnic hampers – or all the ingredients to pick and mix your own – to collect en route” – Condé Nast Traveller

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