24 Nov Winter at Skylight Rooftop
Skylight, London’s most original rooftop destination, has re-launched its winter season, running from 1st November 2018 to 27th January 2019.
It is time to show off your ice dancing skills and get rid of that excess energy at the Ice Hockey Slap Shot. Cosy up in one of the stunning igloos or down in the Snug Bar on Level 9.
Themed around an urban après skate bar, the three-story East London venue will be continuing its unique seasonal offering into the crisper months with the launch of its new winter season. I went there, and i can tell you it is great fun!
The rooftop will play host to Europe’s only real-ice rooftop ice rink while transporting guests to a wintry wonderland perched above the city with the new-for-2018 cosy igloos and huts. Heated après skate bars, draped in glimmering lights, will be serving a delicious array of warming winter cocktails, alongside an extensive menu of beers and cyders as well as delicious mulled wine.
The view is breathtaking, located on the historical tobacodock, this venue will make the perfect night for you and your friend with lots of things to do.
New for 2018, Skylight is now home to cosy igloos and mountain huts on its top level, transporting guests to a wintry wonderland perched above the city – the perfect spot to sip on a mulled wine and admire London’s twinkling skyline with friends. These are, as well as a number of indoor and outdoor heated seating areas, available across Skylight to book for private parties of all sizes.
From one of Skylight’s many après skate bars, guests will be able to purchase a delicious array of warming winter cocktails, alongside an extensive menu of beers and cyders from Offshore, Blue Moon and Aspall, as well as warming, mulled wine. The bars also feature the full range of Bacardi spirits.
Street food stalls are available on the lower level, from authentic Greek street food vendors YIRO and, Skylights newest foodie addition, Raclette Brothers, who are serving up indulgent Alpine street food and copious amounts of melted cheese.