The Ivy is growing again.
And in its first foray into East London, The Ivy City Garden has put down roots by St. Botolph’s Church, behind Liverpool Street Station. As the 9th Ivy spin-off in London, it’s sporting the same sophisticated interiors from Martin Brudnizki, with floor to ceiling windows, swish parquet flooring and burnt orange and leather banquettes in the all-day restaurant, while the drinks area’s dominated by midnight blue bar stools surrounding a slick onyx bar, where City slickers can stop off for a cocktail. The real draw, however, comes in the form of year-round al fresco dining, courtesy of the verdant outdoor terrace with its own dedicated bar and the all-important retractable roof.
Because while ivy may need watering, you don’t.
NOTE: The Ivy City Garden is now open, and you can make reservations on their website HERE.
The Ivy City Garden | Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street, EC2M 1NA
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