This recently opened bar has California references from the 1950s, like patio chairs, tropical wallpapers, and colorful drinks with little umbrellas. Order an Aperol Spritz, served here in frozen version
The garden at this restaurant has sand floors, simple wood furniture, and neon lights scattered all over the place. The menu offers refreshing drinks and sandwiches, like chicken bocadillo with guacamole.
By the banks of the Thames, the bar Neverland has a beach-like atmosphere during the summer, becoming the Fulham Beach Club – with palm trees, flamingo prints, a lineup of DJs, cocktail classes, and sand sculpture lessons.
Known as the “ephemeral garden,” this space offers everything from yoga classes to kokedama workshops (ornamental plant balls). There are gaming tables, a giant chess set, a bar, and deck chairs on a gravel floor.