Newly Opened Terraces

Newly Opened Terraces

Pergola Paddington Central

Opened 24th May

This summer, Paddington becomes home to Pergola Paddington Central, the sister site to White City’s much-loved Pergola on the Roof. Set in the urban surrounds of Paddington Basin Pergola Paddington Central will be West London’s largest alfresco drinking and dining destination. Its communal seating area will host up to 850 guests, for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.

Set over two floors, the new Pergola Paddington Central will take inspiration from the canal-side, Central London location – fusing contemporary urban-design with lush green landscaping. Regular and guest DJs, as well as live music will add to the relaxed festival feel, against a backdrop of the capital’s unmistakeable skyline.

As well as Patty & Bun, whose burgers have become a legendary London fixture, Pergola Paddington Central will host west-London debuts of four other restaurants.  Each restaurant will create a special menu for the duration of their 19-week Pergola residency with dishes capped at £12 making gastronomic experimentation, affordable for all.




Proud Camden Summer Garden

Opened last week.

This spring, Proud Camden launches a brand new renovated rooftop garden; a lush oasis of calm, high above the hustle and bustle of Camden Market.

Proud invites Londoners to enjoy the very best of the British weather in an idyllic, quintessentially English Country Garden with deliciously refreshing drinks and one of the best burger pop-ups in the city.

Following a huge 300k investment, the roof terrace at Proud Camden will be completely transformed with full decking, a beautifully landscaped rockery and striking water features to create the perfect summer retreat above Camden’s busy streets.

Retreat to Proud Camden this summer and unwind in a luxurious hideaway in the heart of the Stables Market. Our garden rooftop terrace will have everything to make the hottest months of the year unforgettable.

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Ivy City Garden

Opening June 7th

Located at Dashwood House at 69 Old Broad Street in London, the Collection’s first site in the City is set over 3,335 sq ft and will have approximately 260 covers.

It will also feature a private dining room and a hidden garden for approximately 100 covers complete with its own bar and retractable roof.

The site will feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows and bi-folding doors opening into the garden. The 30-cover private dining room overlooks the garden and neighbouring Church of St. Botolph.

Martin Brudnizki Design Studio is consulting on the restaurant’s interiors, as with the Ivy Collection’s sister sites. Features will include an onyx bar, pendant lighting, marble floor tiles, polished parquet panel flooring and a mixture of burnt orange leather banquettes and midnight blue bar stools.

Opening soon!






Sisu Oxford Circus

The latest rooftop popup located in the heart of Central London, offering a peaceful retreat from the crowds of Oxford Street below, perfect for after work drinks and food or sunny lunch breaks set against the backdrop of the city’s rooftops.

With a secret entrance tucked away at the far end of Oxford Street near Marble Arch, just follow the staircase up to killer drinks, great food and relaxed vibes.

The rooftop space is set to have a Scandinavian theme – ‘sisu’ is a Finnish term that roughly represents resilience and courage. Move over, hygge. Maybe the bar’s name is in reference to the bravery it takes to sit out on a rooftop in the British summer. But Sisu has that covered too, with heated concrete seats as well as an ‘oasis’ canopy. The Scandi stylings and warming seats are of little significance, though, when you discover that this rooftop bar is planning to have its very own negroni machine.