Fulham Beach | A Beach By The Thames
Check out this son of a beach.
It’s the second incarnation of the Fulham Beach Club, bought to us by Neverland London – who have taken over a patch of previously unloved industrial land right by the river, dusted it with sand, and converted it into a little slice of Fulham riviera.
This year, as is customary, they’re taking everything up a notch, meaning not only can you relax in your own private cabana, beach hut, or daybed on a secluded beach with 65ft of sand on the banks of the Thames, but you can also indulge in;
FOOD & DRINK
Fulham Beach’s bar continues the tropical theme, with frozen strawberry daiquiris, classic cocktails, sharing punches, wines and beers on the menu (with bottomless rosé sessions on Saturday afternoons). It also sports a wood-fired oven headed up by the Pizza Shed, or you can grab some classic bar food, from sliders to nachos, sharing platters and fries. They’re also serving bottomless beach brunches every Sunday, where you’ll get pizza, DJs, and endless Prosecco, fruity ciders & frozen cocktails.
Those DJs don’t just do brunches. They also help chill out the mood during the day, then amp it up for their beachside parties at night. Added to that, there’s weekly yoga every Saturday, and outdoor cinema screenings every Tuesday night, including The Beach (duh), Top Gun and Dirty Dancing.
No beach would be complete without a game or two, so they’ve added a game or two. Or three, in fact. They include shuffleboard, minigolf, and naturally, both beer & regular (ping) pong.
And the best bit? Everything has been weatherproofed.
Just in case.
NOTE: Fulham Beach reopens on 2nd May. Entry costs from £5 (with games costing an additional £10+), and tickets are available at their website right HERE.
Fulham Beach | Wandsworth Bridge Road, SW6 2TY
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