If you read an insta-intro to THEZRW you know that I am a foodie but sometimes just a drinkie (in a non alcoholic anonymous way).  Last weekend my bestie Melanie and I were meant to be playing grown ups (buying expensive furniture we could not afford) but after a delightful lunch of Lebanese food we ended up in Neverland London.  If you follow my instastories on Instagram you would know the day was a play hard kind of day (my poor head was not happy the next day).

Once you walk through the doors at Neverland London you are immediately transported to Miami Beach Thames Side. You would soon forget you are just by the side of Wandsworth Bridge!London is brimming with pop of rooftop bars and Neverland London is a fabulous addition to the scene.

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Neverland London is slightly different to some of my other favourite pop ups bars in London because its BYOB! Yes you heard right it’s bring your own booze. Neverland London doesn’t sell any alcohol so  as this was a spontaneous trip we were not prepared and en route we made a detour to a supermarket.  It’s worth checking out the rules for BYOB as you cannot bring things like mixers as these can be purchased,  but you can bring  spirits, one bottle of prosecco, champagne or wine per person. The rules state no re-entry but we were able to pop out again (hence the seriously bad head).  As we had lunch before our spontaneous stumbling to Neverland London we didn’t have the opportunity to try any of the food stalls, however there seemed to be an array including Le Bao, Lucabuca Pizza and Taco Dave.

What I absolutely loved about Neverland London was the absolutely chilled out beach vibe in the city! Decked out with fabulous beach huts which you can rent out or you can grab a daybed or deckchairs.  Melanie and I started of the afternoon on a daybed but as true sun worshipers we moved as the sun moved.

Summer in London is all about rooftop bars and the terrace life.   If you are wondering where to drink in London this summer then I would recommend you look no further than Neverland London.  It’s a fabulous addition to the rooftop beach club vibes.  I shall certainly be back for more fun and frolics.

What are your favourite rooftop/ beach bars in London? Zo x


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