London's Roof East is back for summer 2019 with its Social Fun and Games Club, and this year they're upping the ante for the ultimate day out.
We're talking batting cages, outdoor film screenings, outdoor yoga sessions, VR foosball, bowls, crazy golf and heaps of cocktails – as well as the odd food truck or two.
The best part is, all of the action takes place on a London rooftop, meaning you can make the most of those late summer nights (and enjoy a skyline view in the process).
Families with children can head to try their hand at the games, while in the evening it becomes an adults-only bar, while all the attractions stay open.
Entrance to Roof East is free, but you'll need to pay extra for the games.
The rooftop will open to the public on Wednesday 17th April, but you can already book tickets for the games now – and early birds will also receive a mouthwatering cocktail with their tickets!
(Adult tickets for games start from £8 and are available on the website).
To give you a helping hand, we take a look at the highlights you won't want to miss…
VR Foosball: House of Foos brings a VR mix of traditional football and table foosball sure to bring out your competitive side
Lane Games: There will be six gaming lanes where you'll find Sliders Curling, De La Bowl and Puck Buddies Shuffleboards.
Batting Cages: Channel your inner Babe Ruth and take on the batting cages (just be ready to face banter if you keep missing your shot!).
Birdies crazy golf: This nine-hole course will boast a country garden theme with plenty of twists sure to be a hit with parents and children alike.
Flow East Yoga: For those who want to de-stress, Flow East Yoga will be saluting the sun each week with a host of Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes suitable for all levels.
Rooftop Film Club: Grab a bucket of popcorn and a blanket, then settle in to watch the mixture of cult classics and modern offerings, whether you're in the mood for romance, action or comedy. (The full list of films on offer will be available on the website).
As well as the ticketed games, there will be free options you can just turn up and enjoy including Cornhole, Jenga, Table Tennis, normal Foosball and Table-Top Curling.
As for food and drink? Expect plenty of food stalls including Eat Chay, famous for their mouthwatering vegan dishes, Kolkati, which serves North Indian inspired cuisine, and The Burger Project, a burger bar run by Jimmy Garcia.
Oh, and those cocktails we mentioned? Roof East will have three bars where bartenders will be whipping up refreshing cocktails including the rum and raspberry ‘Knickerbocker Royale’ and blue tequila ‘Electric Boogaloo’.
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