A Wonderfully Wintery Rooftop Bar Is Opening In London Bridge Next Week

“>A new rooftop bar is coming to London Bridge and it’s as festive as they come.December is just around the corner and London is transforming into a winter wonderland before our very eyes. Just in time for the festive season (and the post-lockdown celebrations), a brand new wintery rooftop bar is set to open in London Bridge next week. The Winter Heights pop-up offers spectacular 360° views of the London skyline, festive cocktails and bottomless fondue! Looks like we have been nice this year, because Santa has delivered.SEE ALSO: 28 London Pub Gardens With Heaters To Keep You Warm (And Sociable) This Winter.This may be the most magical rooftop London has to offer and it’s just a stone throw away from London Bridge Station. To keep you nice and toasty on those chilly December evenings, there will be heated tables, hot toddies and plenty of mulled wine to go round. This Tier 2-friendly hangout will surely be all the craze when it opens and tickets are already on sale.” width=”800″>Winter Heights has definitely gone above and beyond to give us the Christmas we truly deserve. Expect dazzling fairy lights, a dozen Christmas trees and an equally festive drinks menu. Their hot chocolate with Jaeger cold brew may actually be Christmas in a cup. This rooftop bar is located on the sixth floor of a 1960s-style office block and takes dinner with a view to the next level.SEE ALSO: London’s Favourite Rooftop Winter Hangout Is Planning An Even Bigger Festive Bash This YearThey have partnered with legendary Borough Market traders the Ginger Pig and Drunk Cheese, and your tastebuds are in for a treat. All tickets include entry, a glass of mulled wine and a hearty meal from either vendor. You really can’t go wrong with bottomless cheese fondue or a BBQ and halloumi hot dog.” width=”800″>This rooftop bar is taking the festivities to new heights and it opens on December 8. Take it from us, London’s iconic landmarks will provide the perfect backdrop to your much-needed, post-lockdown catch ups.