The Igloos Are Back! Everything You Need To Know

The Igloos Are Back! Everything You Need To Know

When is it officially winter? When the clocks change? When Slade comes on the radio? When Coca Cola’s ghastly ‘holidays are coming’ ads air? No, we measure the season of goodwill to the moment that Coppa Club open their infamous igloos. And you’d better grab some eggnog because bookings open tomorrow!

Thames-side Coppa Club launched the igloos two years ago and they’ve already become an institution. Come winter the plastic-covered domes sit alongside the river and provide the perfect respite from the biting cold outside. With table service to your little cocoon from Coppa Club’s extensive menu of European classics, the igloos are snug pockets of warmth and hospitality. Not only are they individually heated but in case you weren’t already sitting incredibly comfortably, drape a sheepskin rug over your lap, adjust the heat and order another glass of wine from your table.

Last weekend Glastonbury sold out in half an hour, but last year Coppa Club’s igloos sold out, quite literally within minutes. So more popular than Glasto… And the bookings are due to go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday 9th October. Keep refreshing their social media accounts to find out exactly when and swoop on one of the bookings of the season.

3 Three Quays Walk, Lower Thames Street, Tower Bridge, EC3R 6AH

www.coppaclub.co.uk

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