The courtyard at Gordon Ramsay'sYork & Albany pub in the bustling setting of London city, has had quite the summer makeover as the company have transformed it into seaside setting complete with sand, a beach hut and deck chairs.
The idea seems to be to offer people a true escape from the feel of the city with beach themed setting, snacks and drinks.
Seaweed martinis, ice lollies made with Pimms, a barbecue menu and a range of pickled seafoods are all on offer at the new Beach Hut experience, guests will also be able to sample mimi fish and chips and sticks of rock for dessert.
At the moment the Beach Hut can be rented for groups up to 12 people with a cost of £30 per head which includes snacks and cocktails.
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