Savage Garden | Tower Hill


It's almost a given that as a Londoner, I seek out rooftop bars like I seek out suitable men. They come few and far between, often with large queues, and sometimes they are more hassle than they are worth. 

But the returns are often worth it in the most parts; panoramic views across London, the sunsets are unforgettable and it's usually an undeniable buzz. 

Savage Garden recently launched in the Doubletree by Hilton hotel in Tower Hill, spanning three bars across the location with different themes, different menus and different vibes. 

The  Beefeater Gin terrace shows the views of London; the Shard, Tower Bridge, the City skyline. The pretty in pink atmosphere is perfect for those of you seeking the perfect shot - and trust me you'll get it. But views aside, the cocktails are (of course) gin based with the Bloody Queen being a firm favourite. 

If you can tear yourself away from the Beefeater Gin bar with the impeccable sun trap with the Instagram worthy views, you can take a walk on the wild side with the other bar which is perfect for every occasion. The bar has a selection of wild cocktails and equally enviable views, as well as food, which focus around Jagermeister. 

Anyone who knows me, knows I am a fan of a rooftop bar - and even more so in this incredible heat - and Savage Garden might just top it for my favourite sky bar in London. Drinks aside, the food boasts pieces like pork belly, masses of seafood, beef dishes and if you're a vegan or vegetarian, a range of burgers and tasty meat-free snacks. 

This really is the place to be this summer, and I don't take that statement lightly. 

So now it's time for you to take a walk on the wild side at Savage Garden...

Savage Garden
 7 Pepys St, London EC3N 4AF


  1. Ooh I love a rooftop bar in the summertime! And you can't beat a good gin cocktail with a fabulous view.


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