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The Official Launch of Madison’s Moët Summer Terrace

July 2, 2018

LifestyleRestaurants & Bars | by Adam Zorgani

Last week saw the official launch of Madison’s coveted Moët Summer Terrace and Candid’s Adam Zorgani was there to ring in the fun.

Just two minutes from the Cannon Street Underground station and within a stone’s throw of the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral, the Terrace offers unrivalled views of London’s most famous landmarks.


Decked out with chic furniture, the rooftop offers Manhattan vibes worthy of Carrie Bradshaw. Add to that drinks which are on par with the history and a heatwave that looks set to continue and the terrace is a perfect spot to visit and linger.



What about the drinks? As one might expect guests can enjoy a range of white and pink champagnes courtesy of Moët Imperial Champagne and as well as a special summer selection of Belvedere Vodka cocktails. The Terrace scores extra points for its mixology as all the cocktails pack a suitably alcoholic punch.



Our favourites included the Lychee and Rose Petal Martini, a perfectly heady blend of Belvedere, aromatic rose petal liquor with lychee juice topped off with Moët & Chandon champagne. There can obviously be no English summer without Pimm’s and the Pimm’s Royale is a decadent take on this classic, featuring Fever Tree lemonade, summer fruits and of course bubbles courtesy of Moët & Chandon.


The vibe? DJ sessions and soulful live music feature in the afternoon and late into the night on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, culminating in Madison After Dark and then heading on into the weekend for the day parties at Madbrunch and Sunday Sessions.

If sun’s not your thing or if the weather takes a turn, Madison also offers a glamorous bar, restaurant and cocktail bar.

The Terrace is open until 1:00am on a Saturday and until 12:00am most other evenings. For bookings, click here.

Read Adam Zorgani’s recent review of Zuma x Ciroc’s spring cocktail menu on Candid.

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