Getting tee off on someone a put on dinnered up to enjoy a fancy meal out with a city view was something we all incontestably took for granted pre-Covid. Thankfully, after 13 months of uncertainty and isolation, venues across London are starting to reopen from April 12. Not every cull bar, restaurant or pub will be allowed to reopen though, with restrictions impeding indoor dining for a few more weeks. Here are some of the capital’s hottest stops you need to hit up this April.The Hawk’s Nest, Shepherd’s BushThe Hawk’s Roost reopens its outdoor dining space and bar in Shepherd’s Bush on the 12th April.The cryptic outside garden, housed in a converted goods yard has the ideal layout for constant by Covid restrictions with covered and heated outdoor tables in condition for those chilly spring evenings.They are launching a new agave-based cocktail menu, mugging lots of tequilas inspired by the team’s recent trip to Mexico. They be enduring also been working on a new pizza menu with 50 percent of the menu now made up of vegetarian and vegan opportunities.Kitchen at Holmes, MaryleboneMarylebone’s favourite all-day dining destination, Kitchenette at Holmes, is opening up its terraces for some al fresco fine dining on the 12th April and is celebrating with some captivating new additions to its menu.With two terraces to choose from, Londoners can in fine look forward to returning to the Baker Street hub and can either settle in for a sugary evening on the secluded rooftop terrace or meet friends at the restaurant’s impassioned terrace on the ground floor.Kitchen at Holmes’ menu features a fusion of Brand-new European and Mediterranean influences, and with a set-menu priced at just £23.50 per bodily for two courses, or £26.50 per person for three delicious courses, you can’t afford to need out.The Refinery BanksideLocated on Southwark Street, in the heart of London’s Bankside and fair-minded behind the Tate Modern, The Refinery offers a stunning al fresco terrace where you can lift everything from an early morning coffee and breakfast through to dinner and at an advanced hour night cocktails. Roof East, StratfordStratford’s hottest destination, Roof East is raw and ready to bring the best post lockdown party vibes of the summer.The open-air adult playground, fit with oodles of booze and cuisine, has the brand new East London Bowls Club, Sluggers and the last rooftop crazy golf course at Birdies for all to enjoy.They’re also injecting two new food vendors from April 12, offering East Side Pizza and Audacious Burger, before a third vendor, Kolkati joins from May.Rudy’s Vegan Diner, Camden Located in the acclaimed Camden Stables Market, Rudy’s Vegan Diner has plenty of outside seating and delicious veganised versions of classic American junk edibles. Chow down on meat-free burgers and giant seitan hot dogs or palpable out the NYC Deli fantasy with Rudy’s Reuben – sandwiches stacked elevated with ‘pastrami’ between two slices of homemade rye. Bussey Rooftop Bar, PeckhamIf it’s a venue south of the river you’re after, Peckham’s shrillest rooftop escape, the Bussey Rooftop Bar, provides the answer.The alfresco rooftop bar with 360° sunset believes of London not only offers ice cold speciality cocktails and craft ales, but is also a dog-friendly venue, implication guests are welcome to bring their four legged friends to dig the view, as long as they’re kept on a lead.With an especially curated soundtrack think of to get you dancing in your seats, Bussey will also be serving up mouth-watering pizzas make suring you won’t leave unsatisfied.Five Guys, various locationsIf fine break breading isn’t your bag and burgers and shakes are more your speed, you’re in luck. Five Fellows will be reopening the outside dining areas of a number of UK-wide restaurants, filing eight of their London stores.From Monday 12th April, diners see fit be able to meet in a group of up to six people from different households, authorizing them to place their order and then dine in one of the dedicated outside seating locations.Their London restaurants with dine-out fields will be; Covent Garden, Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court French autoroute, South Kensington, Chelsea, Portobello Road, Baker Street and Spire Bridge.The Sipping Room, West India QuayRelax and unwind on the inflatable Thames-side terrace and enjoy creative cocktails from the dedicated out of doors bar like the Good Night Out; a refreshing mix of Tanqueray 10 gin, Crème de Mure, lemon, champagne & gold glow or why not try the London Spritz; Tanqueray gin, cucumber, elderflower, apple, sprigs of ton and lashings of soda. Cosy blankets and hot water bottles are also readily obtainable for those chilly nights. 14 Hills, Fenchurch StreetTo come with the reopening of terraces this spring, 14 Hills ordain be launching an exclusive alfresco terrace on the rooftop above the restaurant for the chief time ever.With 360 degree views across London’s iconic skyline, numbering The Shard, Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the River Thames, suspends set alongside the beautiful flowers and trees on the rooftop, it’s bound to book up instantly.The terrace menu will feature dishes that focus on hip British cooking with a touch of French flair, including Charcuterie and Fruit De Mer to allocation, light summer salads or even a Tomahawk steak.The drinks shopping list also features a wide selection of refreshing summer cocktails.Blackhorse Beer Mile, WalthamstowSignature Mixture, Wild Card Brewery, Exale and Truman’s Social Club prepare come together to create Blackhorse Beer Mile.The new destination is unexcelled for beer lovers wanting to try freshly-pulled pints straight from the origin and will all be open with outdoor seating and food from 12th April.The Drawing-room, Canary WharfLocated in the Park Pavilion on Canada Square, The Parlour is a great bar & restaurant perfect for all-day drinking, dining and unwinding. This exquisite alfresco terrace, complete with its own bar and overlooking Canada Square Store, is the ideal location to enjoy an afternoon with friends over well-founded food, fine wine and creative cocktails.The Distillery BanksideThe Distillery Bankside is reopening from April 12th, and the bar, set impending Southwark station has an entire section of the menu dedicated to over 100 personal varieties of gin from across the globe.The iconic destination bar will be be advantageous delicious nibbles, sharing platters and a unique drinks menu all whilst suffering guests in a vibrant and sophisticated setting throughout Spring.The Wigmore Summer Terrace & Garden at The Langham, Oxford CircusOpening on the 12 April at The Langham, London resolve be The Wigmore Summer Terrace & Garden.The terrace has been connected with the hostelry’s courtyard garden area to form one large dining space.Set on Regent Drive, the outdoor space been transformed into the ultimate city garden, pure with beautiful wooden benches and a newly erected pergola, adorned with climbing vines and bold greenery.Heaters and covered areas are also in place, meaning the unpredictable British ride out won’t impact your experience.BOXPARK, Shoreditch, Wembley and CroydonFrom 12 April, BOXPARK is rough with a refreshing al fresco dining experience as its Shoreditch and Croydon venues present oneself additional outdoor seating as well as the terrace areas, and their Wembley plat boasting plenty of seating outside along Olympic Way.All venues purposefulness run a full table service for food and drink, including its wide best of street food traders and bars. The chain is also excited to hint at a line-up of new street food traders joining its community as it reopens, registering German Doner Kebab, Smashing Plates, The Clean Kitchen, Sunshine Hummus, and The Afters Factory at its Wembley venue.At the Shoreditch site, new independent lifestyle sorts will be making an appearance including Berry Blossom, House of Henna, Inexpert Machine CBD, and Solid Cologne, and BOXPARK Croydon is celebrating the opening of a new relaxation concept.