This Lovely London Rooftop Is Hosting A Fab Bottomless Brunch All Summer Long

Alex Landon Alex Landon - Editor

Rooftop brunch

This brilliant rooftop brunch marries social distancing with good food and chill summer vibes.

Brunch in lockdown was, admittedly, a pretty sad affair. But with the lockdown easing up, brunch has made an overdue resurgence as the social event of the spring and summer hit London. Luckily, the good folks at Bar Elba will be putting their gorgeous rooftop to good use, and running an actual real-life brunch every Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer! It launched in April, and celebrates the return to hospitality with events each weekend until September. Tickets to this epic rooftop bottomless brunch are available here, so grab them before they’re gone!

Rooftop brunch

The novelty of returning to a) rooftops and b) brunches aside, Bar Elba will be doing everything possible to keep revellers safe and healthy in a time of coronavirus. The social distancing rules are being followed at all times, tables will be wiped down and disinfected after every seating, and hand sanitiser will be freely available for all guests. Plus, rooftops aren’t just one of the coolest places to be this spring and summer, they’re also one of the safest outdoor spots – so bring the suncream and get ready to brunch like you haven’t in months!

Rooftop brunch

The Bar Elba Brunch Fest takes the form of brilliant burgers with either one or two hours of bottomless bubbles and beer, which should make up for all those missed summer parties earlier in the year. Guests can tuck into the Cheeky Cheese burger, the Cluck You chicken burger, the Pig Mac (filled with BBQ pulled pork), or the Moving Mountains vegan burger. Honestly, I want all of them…

Rooftop brunch

To kickstart a brilliant summer of fun, Bar Elba are promising “bucket-loads of glitter, endless summer vibes, and banging views”. And really, I can’t think of a better way to forget about months of lockdown than that!

Elba Bottomless Rooftop Brunch

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