We’re all suckers for a rooftop bar, right? Even if the drinks are mediocre and the staff is rude and the music is crap, we’d be inclined to stay for another, just for the view.
Luckily the place we just described isn’t the Boundary Rooftop. Located in London’s hipster-ish Shoreditch, the Boundary Rooftop bar is at the top of the Boundary Project – a gorgeous late-Victorian warehouse building that was re-designed by Terence Conran and also contains a hotel, deli, restaurant and café; so you just about never need to leave.
The bar has a big open fireplace, 100-year-old olive trees, and while the drinks are a little on the pricey side, that’s sometimes the sacrifice you make for a good view.
Boundary Rooftop is at 2-4 Boundary Street, E2, London.