The Montague Beach Bar is Back!

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Cocktails and coconuts in the heart of the city… Bloomsbury’s very own Beach Bar is back!

Looking for a great way to relax and enjoy the beach life after a long day at work? Swap the hustle and bustle of the city for flip-flops and island living at Bloomsbury’s very own Beach Bar, returning to The Montague at the Gardens this June. The luxury hotel is bringing the colourful and lively Beach Bar installation back to its outdoor Wood Deck area after a triumphant introduction to London’s summer bar and dining scene last year.

Returning bigger and better, with a refined design and all new drinks and BBQ menu for summer 2017, visitors will enjoy a Bahamian beach setting, complete with real sand underfoot and a beach-hut style thatched roof, transporting Londoners straight into summer. A delicious menu of tropical cocktails and barbequed burgers of all varieties (from classic beef to chicken, tuna and veggie options) starts from £10.

Those craving a summery break from the city can enter The Montague Beach Bar’s Jet Ski Selfie competition, back for a second year by popular demand. By taking a selfie on the Jet Ski provided at the venue and posting it on social using #SurfMontague, guests will be entered into a prize draw to win a two night stay at The Montague’s sister hotel, the luxurious five star Summer Lodge Country House Hotel & Spa in the village of Evershot, nestled in the picturesque Dorset countryside.

The Montague Beach Bar will open its doors on 1 June 2017 and will run throughout the summer until 24 September 2017.
To avoid disappointment this summer, The Montague advises calling the Beach Bar before visiting. Individuals or groups of up to 10 people should call +44 (0) 20 7637 1001. For groups of 10 or more people, or for private hire, call +44 (0) 20 7612 8411 or email [email protected].

For more information about the Montague Beach Bar please visit www.montaguehotel.com/ski-and-surf/the-beach-bar

Address: 15 Montague Street

Written by Alex Keighley