The past few weeks, we’ve been feasting in the streets - returning to a ritual of drinking and dining on temporary terraces, outdoor dining rooms and whatever-the-weather rooftops. Read on for a few of our favourite open air restaurants to explore around the UK.
A vast rooftop utopia - go here for street food from around the globe, an extensive drinks list and a post-work party atmosphere.
A Rick Stein rooftop? Say no more. Look out over a historic Cornish fishing port while you wait for your fresh seafood feast, including Grilled Padstow Lobster served with buttery potatoes.
On a corner of Boundary street is an outdoor oasis - inspired by the cafés of Bombay, with hanging greenery, colourful tiled floors and antique armchairs. Lucky Saint’s citrus notes pair perfectly with Dishoom’s aromatic dishes - we recommend the Ruby Chicken.
Explore Escape to Freight Island's urban food mecca, complete with high-class street food and mini restaurants, a vast selection of bars and a (COVID-friendly) festival vibe. The perfect place to come together with friends again this summer.
Bristol's iconic harbour side was made for outdoor dining. Share a spread of Spanish tapas (the cured meats are a must) with a view of Wapping Wharf.
The recently re-opened Draft Project is Aberdeen’s biggest beer hall, with a menu of local street food and 15 taps - including the first in Scotland to serve Lucky Saint.
London’s only 100% vegan pub. Settle in the colourful courtyard with a pint of Lucky Saint and a plate of plant-based pie and mash.
Honest's Manchester home has a rooftop terrace. Try their local special, the Wellington: Honest beef, smoked bacon, Owd Yonner Lancashire cheese, béarnaise butter, crispy pastry, bacon gravy, mushroom duxelles, baby spinach.