Even for those who don’t feel wanderlust, after months of lockdown, no matter how well equipped and luxurious your surroundings, the need to get out and spend some time in the outdoors is strong.
But while the lockdown measures are being eased, the coronavirus us still here, and it is wise to avoid any forms of public transport in London. Getting around in a private, chauffeur-driven car is possibly the safest way of keeping COVID-secure while enjoying some of these sights and sounds in the capital.
Titian: Love, Desire, Death at National Gallery, Trafalgar Square - for art lovers
Titian: Love, Desire, Death, has resumed and will now be on show in the Main Floor Galleries until 17 January 2021. Visitors must book in advance, even to see the main collection, which remains free, to control numbers and help reduce contact.
Rosé on the Roof at Coq d’Argent, the City - for brunch
Coq d’Argent has launched Rosé on the Roof, a new weekly brunch menu created in partnership with premium rosé, M de Minuty. Executive Head Chef Damien Rigollet has created a menu full of classic French dishes inspired by the laid-back lunches of the South of France.
Coq d’Argent’s terrace has been transformed into a botanical retreat filled with lavender, lemon trees, orange blossom and plants inspired by alfresco restaurants found on the French Riviera.
Vinegar Yard’s Cocktail Passport, London Bridge - for cocktails
Vinegar Yard outdoor dining and beer garden in London Bridge is launching a Cocktail Passport offering visitors a cocktail drinks trail around the site’s brilliant open-air bars for just £20. Your passport, free to collect on-site will get you five signature serves – four priced at just £5 each (usually £7-£11) and a free surprise Bacardi cocktail at the end.
Cecil Court Summer Showcase, West End - for antiques and arts
With so many July fairs either cancelled or postponed, Cecil Court, an arts and antiques mini-district in the West End, has decided to host the Cecil Court Summer Showcase. Taking place on Saturday 15 August in the Cecil Court arcade, the window-shopping event will afford those not too comfortable with enclosed spaces to browse the displays in the large, Victorian shopfronts.
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