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30th Jan 2012 2:28pm | By Editor
Heated beer gardens are the business during London's (many) cold months. Here's our round-up of the capital's top three.
Tucked behind cosy, Kensington winter hideaway thhe Windsor castle (above) is a small, intimate beer garden with a convenient outside bar and plenty of seating among the ivy and central plane tree.
A friendly, local boozer on the doorstep of Hampstead Heath, with a covered dining area and outdoor bar. Perfect after a walk on
the heath or, more likely, a gruelling Tube journey.
This Camden institution is always buzzing, thanks to its outdoor seating for up to 300 people, its sheltered tables providing a respite for the trendiest of north London’s hipsters.
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