The Best Rooftop Bars In Shoreditch

As one of London's coolest neighbourhoods, it comes as no surprise that this East London gem boasts many a sky-high watering hole. And whilst the area may be small its offerings are mighty, with a selection of glam cocktail venues, secluded garden spots, luxurious outdoor lidos and hidden beer terraces all up for grabs. See for yourself with our pick of the best rooftop bars in Shoreditch.

The Red Lion

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Not a lot of people know about this unassuming rooftop, but we're happy to share. Tucked away above a pub just shy of Hoxton Square, The Red Lion are keeping visitors sweet with faux grass, wooden benches and a very affordable selection of pizzas, burgers and booze.

Golden Bee

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Combining a sleek cocktail bar, popping club and swanky rooftop terrace all in one, Golden Bee is the place to go for all your partying needs. Located within easy walking distance from Old Street roundabout, this spot is ideal for those that like to pair their sunny drinks with a night on the dancefloor.

The Culpeper

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A pub for all the people, The Culpeper offers a truly original rooftop space. Venture up to the top of the Spitalfields watering hole and you'll find a lush garden full of herbs and veg, alongside canopy cover and fire pits to curl up next to when the temperature drops.

Shoreditch House

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An exclusive East London club, this swish multi-floor gem is solely available to members of the Soho House group. However, considering Shoreditch House touts a gym, spa, lounging area, rooftop restaurant and exquisite pool, the thought of applying for membership becomes more and more appealing...

Fancy a poolside sip? Then this stunning five-star hotel is the place for you. Whilst The Curtain's luxurious Moroccan-inspired lido and brasserie can only be accessed by guests and members, their signature cocktails and serene setting makes it a prime choice for a city break. After your waterside lounge, swing by the in-house restaurant, Red Rooster, for a Harlem-inspired feast.