Dalston Roof Park is an urban utopian oasis overlooking London's skyline. Membership is by donation per season with free film screenings and music events plus pop up street food stalls.
The roof houses lengthy solar panels, which power the building and the events. And the venue actively encourages young people to engage in the garden, and with events.
Venue Details & Map
Dalston Roof Park
Dalston Roof Park
above The Print House18 Ashwin StreetLondonE8 3DL
- +44 20 7275 0825
Decor & Style: 5/5
Great view at night and very casual, relaxed environment to chill with a group of friends. I still recommend going early so you can grab a table. Large selection of drinks and the service is quick! Great open area where you can sit on the ground as well for the ones that want to truly relax and even laydown! Very different rooftop...more
How in the hell did I forget to review this place?
I was at this venue a few weeks ago for a wild and wet water party! The venue is actually pretty cool! You've got the whole fake grass on the floor theme which works really well! It's spacious and clean!
Now let's talk about the food I had there! FLAAAAAVOURRRRRR TOWN! I sang that by the way :)
Yes the food delivered which surprised me....more
Dalston Roof Park feels like a tiny, well-kept secret. It sort of is. To get here, one has to navigate a confusing warren of hallways and elevators through what feels like a building full of NGO and charity offices, cross some fire escapes, and then emerge onto the roof. I'd give you directions but I've already forgotten the way. Still, it was a fun adventure, and it yielded a neat London...more
This past weekend was my first time out in Dalston and I'm completely enamoured by the area so I probably have a huge bias. That being said, it's pretty hard not to love Dalston Roof Park.
Went around 2200, there was a slight queue (~5 mins), and a £5 cover charge.
It was around 4 floors up. No lift unfortunately, but the staircase itself is charming with cute...more
This rooftop bar, mini cinema and mini-allotment is an amazing new London landmark and well worth a visit. Along similar lines to The High Line in New York's Meatpacking district, it is a long series of roofs covered with turf, plants, white picket fences and places to sit and enjoy the urban skyline.
The view from the top is particularly interesting, as it gives a perspective on London you...more