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5 Things To Do in London This Weekend

5 Things To Do in London This Weekend

Five Real Life Things To Do in London this Weekend.

Normality is slowly returning after the outbreak of COVID-19, Idason's counts five of the most best things returning to London life in this tumultuous 2020!


Rosé on the Roof at Coq d’Argent, the City

From 11 July


The rooftop restaurant in the City, Coq d’Argent is back!. Launching Rosé on the Roof, a new dynamic weekly brunch menu created in collaboration with premium Rosé, M de Minuty, Head Chef Damien Rigollet has crafted a menu full of Classic French dishes influenced by the laid back luncheons of the south of France, accompanied by a bottle of the aromatic M de Minuty Rosé (sold separately of course). Coq d’Argent’s terrace has undergone a makeover, now a botantic retreat, furninshed with Lemon trees, lavender, orange blossom and plants found in Alfresco Restaurants rather than the City.

29.50 for two courses or £34.50 for three courses. Available every Saturday from 12pm-4pm.
1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ;


Spaced Out Brunch & Suppers Series at POW Brixton

From 17 July


POW Brixton’s back, with their new Spaced Out brunch and supper series from their famous Brixton rooftop from this weekend onwards. With a soundtrack supplied by locals and special guests from the likes of Shabba, Up On The Roof, Brixton Disco Festival, ByDayByNight and Supa Dupa Fly. You and your friends can sliding into your own party booth, which seats four to six and enjoy food and drinks. 

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Sky Garden’s Summer Sound Sessions, the City


From 17 July

Sky Garden, London’s green oasis in the sky, is finally reopening. It’s Sky Pod bar will host a new line-up of DJ from 17th July. Running every Friday and Saturday night until midnight, get into one of London’s few places to reopen with actual live DJs spinning the decks, thanks to its generous rooftop space for social distancing, Sky Garden can bring a little bit of normal back in strange times.

Friday 6pm-12am and Saturday 9pm-12am. Tickets start from £11 and include a ‘cocktail of the day’ with table bookings available. Sky Garden’s Darwin Brasserie will also reopen from 22 July.

1 Sky Garden Walk EC3M 8AF;


Afternoon Tea at The Ritz, Piccadilly


From 18 July

The quintessential British experience, Afternoon Tea at The Ritz with finely cut finger Sandwiches, the finest French pastries, the choice of 18 loose-leaf teas and of course, fresh baked scone with Cornish clotted Cream. This weekend you can finally step through the doors into the Palm Court since lock-down began.

Afternoon tea will be served daily at 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm, priced from £61pp (£40 per child). The hotel is taking bookings from 1 September.

150 Piccadilly W1J 9BR;


Titian: Love, Desire, Death at National Gallery, Trafalgar Squar


From 8 July

The National Gallery has become London’s first major gallery to reopen since the outbreak of COVID-19. It’s lead exhibition, Titian: Love, Desire, Death, has resumed showings with them now taking place in the Main Floor Galleries until the 17th January 2021 (tickets are £12). To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 there are now one-way routes, 2 metre social distancing rules, increased cleaning, hand sanitiser stations nearby and face coverings are encouraged. Book in advance to see the main collection which remains free, but booking is in place to control numbers and help with social distancing.

Trafalgar Square WC2N 5DN;