So tonight I visited a roof top cinema to watch Bridesmaids!
This is one of my absolute favourite films and it was so much fun watching it under a blanket on sofas high above London’s Old Street.
Hidden away Golden Bee bar is the perfect location for such an event. The staff are friendly and polite and there is bottomless popcorn which is never a bad thing!!
The drinks are reasonably priced but there is a minimum card spend of £15 so if you don’t fancy splashing the cash I suggest you get some money out before you go.
Golden Bee are showing films all the way until December but the tickets do sell out incredibly quickly so if you would like to go book in advance.
I love wine and cheese. In fact, I think they are two of my favourite things (except Tea, but as I’m British that should be a given).
The wine here was fantastic, the way they matched the wine to the cheeses that you were eating was amazing. As I came here on my lunch break I could only have a few glasses but they were so tasty!!
My only issue was that they gave such a small portion size for the sharing platters that I had to buy food on the way back to the office to fill me up.
This is an amazing shop to buy wine and to get recommendations for wine to go with certain food but I wouldn’t eat here as the portion sizes aren’t large enough.
Unfortunately they are such a small place that they don’t have a website but definitely try them out! They can be found on Devonshire Row, which is really close to Liverpool Street Station.
Walk into a Winter Wonderland with Selfridges version of a Chalet!!
Located on the roof of one of the most prestigious department stores, Selfridges have really out done themselves. With only one lift taking you up to this delightful restaurant and bar that has been decorated with such style, the magic of Christmas really does come alive.
The food smells delicious and the drinks are to die for. With Hot Chocolates and Mulled Wine the scents that come to you when those lift doors open are inviting and warm (just what you want on a cold Winter’s evening!)
All of the seats inside and out have a blanket and there are large heaters to keep you warm while you admire the view.
This is one not to miss this Christmas!
Christmas Spirit?: OH YEAH!
Despite my crippling fear of heights, once again my boyfriend dragged me to the top of one of the highest skyscrapers in London *shudder*
Vertigo 42 is a Champagne bar situated at the very top of the Natwest tower with views that (quite literally in my case) take your breath away.
With floor to ceiling windows on one side and a mirror on the other there really is no escaping the beautiful view. The Champagne is delicious and the service is impecable, no glass was left unattended for the entirety of the night.
As you can imagine, Vertigo 42 does come at a price, with limited seating there is also a limit on the amount of time you can be up there if it is busy. However, you really can see the beauty that is London from up there without the tourist market that comes with the Shard.