Largest London outdoor F&B venue reopening 4 July

Vinegar Yard, London Bridge’s premier outdoor dining and beer garden, is set to reopen on 4 July alongside its impressive lineup of open-air bars (including two brand-new mezzanine cocktail bars), street food traders, indoor bars and independent retailers.

Having fast become one of London’s largest and most exciting al fresco dining destinations to visit last year, Vinegar Yard will be bringing its huge open-air beer garden with sun-soaked seating back to London this July.

The yard will serve up a varied food menu from some of the capital’s top street food traders (set to reopen in Week 2 from 8 July), alongside ice cold drinks from multiple open-air bars.

New for 2020, Vinegar Yard is also launching two brand-new mezzanine cocktail bars with grass-lined seating and will be offering table bookings and drinks packages for groups of up to 6 people across the entire site, being the perfect place to enjoy all-day eating and drinking throughout the summer.

In preparation for the reopening, Vinegar Yard has implemented extensive health and safety measures to protect customers across the site. The fully ventilated outdoor yard will operate in-line with Government’s guidelines, with a capped capacity throughout the site, tables spaced out to facilitate social distancing rules with table bookings wherever possible, and all on-site staff adhering to daily

temperature checks before each shift. Increased hand-washing and sanitation procedures have also been introduced across the site.

Vinegar Yard’s indoor warehouse will be reopening to provide a sheltered space in case the weather plays up, alongside Abigail’s Bar, it’s recently launched 70’s-inspired indoor cocktail bar up the spiral staircase.

The Yard’s secluded Courtyard Bar, located at the end of the yard through the container shops, will also be serving up an array of refreshing beverages which can be enjoyed in the covered outdoor seating area, providing some respite from the summer sun. These spaces will also be reopening in line with Government guidelines.