Shoreditch's Queen of Hoxton rooftop bar has taken on the theme A Tribute To Dr Strange this year, in a bid to transport revellers back to the flower power age of the 1960s.
Rainbow food adorns the menu, including this psychedelic ice cream sandwich (clearly e-numbers weren't a concern in the 60s). Burgers, fish and salads are also on the menu, for those with less of a sweet tooth.
Ice cream floats, slushies and themed cocktails will cool rooftop-goers down on those long, hot summer days while they take in views of the City and the East End.
The decor of the roof garden is every bit as eye-catching as the food, and best of all, entry is free.
Special events take place on the rooftop throughout the summer, including film screenings, flower garland workshops, and, for those who really want to embrace their inner hippie, festival clothing customisation sessions. Check the website for upcoming events (there's a charge for most events).
Queen of Hoxton summer rooftop is open 7 days a week, 12pm-10pm (closed for special events — worth checking before you go). Entry is free.
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