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TAKE DRINKING & DINING TO HEADY HEIGHTS AT SKY GARDEN

LIFESTYLE HOT SPOT – TAKE DRINKING & DINING TO HEADY HEIGHTS AT SKY GARDEN

Located 155 metres up, the spectacular Sky Garden offers a gourmet, garden oasis operated by renowned caterer rhubarb and show-stopping views across the capital and far beyond.

Sky Garden

Spread across floors 35, 36 and 37, the destination restaurants – comprising Sky Pod, City Garden Rooftop Bar, Darwin Brasserie and Fenchurch Restaurant – offer all-day dining and drinking in the sky together with the highest rooftop gardens in London.

Overseeing the menus are Fenchurch’s Head Chef Daniel Fletcher and Darwin Brasserie’s Head Chef Arnaud Delannay, together forming a power team at the top. From grab-and-go at Sky Pod to sit-down breakfast meets in Darwin, wine-fuelled power lunches in the private Vinoly dining room to gourmet dinner dates at Fenchurch, Sky Garden provides a great variety of dishes to choose from.

Add to that gorgeous green gardens by renowned landscape architect Gillespies which elegantly envelope the restaurants on either side and a whole host of activities from early morning yoga, cinema nights with a view, to live music sessions; Sky Garden has something for everyone.

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Sky Garden

Whisked up from the lobby to Level 35, guests are swept seamlessly into stylish Sky Pod with views directly over the Thames. The bright, beautiful café and cocktail bar is the place to soak up the rays and tropical environs in spring and summer months. Come autumn and winter, discerning drinkers can snuggle up with delicious hot cocktails on sofas adorned with faux furs and cashmere blankets.

Year-round, beautiful breakfasts include muffins and pastries together with daily-changing smoothies and freshly-ground coffee. Enjoyed in or to takeaway, salads, sandwiches and soups make for light, mid-week lunches.

Sky Garden

Come dusk, Sky Pod transforms from casual to chic. Creative concoctions include the likes of the Berry Mojito, a blend of Havana rum, Chambord, berries, fresh mint, lime and sugar or the Botanic, featuring Tanqueray Gin infused with rosemary, basil, lemon and pine nuts – enjoy accompanied by a selection of British charcuterie, Goodwood Estate cheese and seafood sharing boards.

About the author

GOSIA KRAJEWSKI Fashion, Mommy blogger & Beauty Features Editor at Style Cartel. Former Senior Account Executive at JWPR (Capsule Comms) Worked for Marie Claire & Instyle

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