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What's OnWinter Roof Terrace Nights at the Ham Yard Hotel

Cosy up under warm woollen blankets with seasonal small plates and signature cocktails on the heated terrace at the Ham Yard hotel, situated a stone’s throw away from London’s home of film and entertainment.
  • Dates 04/12/2020 - 04/12/2020
  • Location Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, Piccadilly Circus, W1D 7DT
  • Price £15 per person
This December, spend an evening on Ham Yard Hotel’s exclusive candlelit Winter Roof Terrace. Cosy up under warm woollen blankets on the heated terrace, as you take in the views over the rooftops of London’s West End.Sip your way through a delicious menu of cocktails, including the hot Kentucky Coffee cocktail, created with our Woodford Reserve Personal Selection, espresso, Angostura Bitters and topped with a honey maple foam and the deliciously festive Figgy Toddy with Jack Daniels, homemade fig and tonka bean coulis and Lapsang Souchong and Bourbon vanilla tea blend. Or, for a more refreshing cocktail, try the Bakewell Highball created with Ford’s Gin and homemade spiced Bramley apple soda.Many of the ingredients are homemade at the Ham Yard, including syrups, bitters and tonics, along with a selection of home grown produce from Ham Yard Hotel’s own vegetable garden and urban beehives.An accompanying menu of delicious seasonal small plates will also be available, with dishes including mushroom and mozzarella arancini, hot cheese dip with garlic crostini or roast parsnip and Jerusalem artichoke with crème fraiche and parmesan. Ham Yard’s Winter Roof Terrace Nights tickets are £15, including entry onto the hotel’s leafy Roof Terrace and a cocktail of your choice. Book your tickets online here. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 (0)20 3642 1007E: seasonalevents@hamyardhotel.comOpening hours are: Wednesday to Friday from 6pm – 10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm – 10pm.

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