5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 19/7-25/7
Freedoooooooom! Yep, our first week for the best part of 18 months where there are no restrictions on social distancing. Now, before you go licking escalator handrails in celebration – check out this week’s cool London date ideas!
“It started off like Romeo and Juliet, but ended in tragedy”. Millhouse isn’t the only one with a different interpretation of Romeo and Juliet as the Openair Theatre’s version of Shakespeare’s famous love story comes to a close this week. Head to Regents Park for a chance to do something romantic in this amazing weather!
One of the biggest effects of the pandemic has been the improvement of our ability to be super thrifty. The V&A has free entry at the moment, so take advantage of their generosity and “treat” your date to a day of culture!
Activities are back on the menu, so why not get back into the SWING of things and take your date to Junkyard Golf in Shoreditch. With an uber-cool vibe, well-stocked bar and different courses to choose from, it’ll make for an easy icebreaker.
It’s hot outside. With that in mind, take your date somewhere outdoors to grab an ice-cold pommegranite and wildberry Swedish cider on a rooftop! Queen of Hoxton is open and is up there with some of the best rooftop bars in Shoreditch. They also have a BBQ going on to soak of the aforementioned sugary cider.
Wondering around aimlessly on a hot sunny day is always fun. Broadway Market is your urban mix of some of London’s best street food with cafes, bars and a picturesque canal that is perfect for a casual first or four-hundredth date.