London's Courtyard 51 opens new summer veranda

courtyard51Coloured Shakespearean terracotta, patterned mosaic pavement and a gurgling fountain; the setting was already magical at the urban oasis that is Courtyard 51, and now they’ve gone and made paradise even more comfortable – with a new veranda from which to admire the view, as you sip on your champagne or Champagne cocktail. The range is extensive, with bottles ranging from £49.50 to £325, and, unusually, an excellent rosé selection. Open from afternoon until late (Sun-Thurs 3-10pm), those partial to unwinding with a quality Cuban will also find their whims satisfied by the knowledgeable cigar butler.  The Courtyard itself is open for dinner throughout the week, with Lebanese, Moroccan, Turkish, American or Indian classics served depending on the day; food becomes available at the veranda’s thirty tables Fridays and Saturday.  A particular treat will be the two opera dining nights to be hosted on 20th and 21st August 2010; the perfect chance for some culture beneath the stars!

Nicola Di Luzio is an intern at Hg2 luxury city guides.

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Comments (2)

  1. LYLE says:

    It sounds like a good Luxury place indeed!!! Perfect place to spoil yourself and live the luxury life.

  2. Emily M says:

    Looks fab, you’d hardly know you were in Central London, real escapism!

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