The Avalon in Clapham South has three outside spaces.
The stunning back garden has just undergone a magnificent makeover, complete with a summer bar, a giant feasting table, new den and heated booths. At the far end of the garden, the lounge area is ideal for groups, large or small, wanting to chill out over drinks.
The courtyard has now also been transformed. The whole space can accommodate up to 70 people (with no hire charge), or enjoy a relaxed meal in one of the three new heated booths offering space for up to 10.
The courtyard and heated front terrace remain the al fresco places to be all year round.
The Latchmere in Battersea also has three distinct areas, including covered booths, an amazing kids’ play space and an outdoor snug.
With a new outside bar and the introduction of a big feasting table, groups of all sizes can enjoy the space whether drinking or dining.
The Latchmere team are excited to be hosting some special drinks pop-ups over the summer. Keep an eye on our social media channels and sign up to our emails for further details.
West Dulwich locals may have noticed that The Rosendale’s garden has undergone a transformation over the spring. It is now home to bespoke seating, extensive planting, and a new outdoor rotisserie and bar which will be open on warm, dry weekends throughout the summer.
Two epic feasting tables with larch log benches, each seating up to 20, can be booked in advance.
The specially-designed children’s play area is still very much a fixture, and the side garden is great for big kids with the all-weather ping pong table, table football and newly-refurbished boules pit.
Just off busy Clapham High Street and minutes from the Common, The Stonhouse is a perfect spot for long lazy lunches or after work drinks and dinner (cocktails are a Stonhouse speciality).
The pretty walled garden is a glorious sun trap during the day, and our new heated and covered pergola will keep you warm and dry well into the evening.
Our latest pub, The Princess Victoria in Shepherd’s Bush, boasts two gardens.
The brand new front terrace, which was once tram stop, is now a beautiful spot surrounded by silver birches and galvanised steel planters.
The rear courtyard is a truly hidden oasis. Exposed brickwork, twinkly lights and elegant white furniture create a calm, genteel space where you can escape from the world. Both gardens are heated and blankets are provided in the colder months for extra hygge.