No longer a strictly members-only affair, Paramount's twin USPs make it worth a trip up to the 32nd floor of 1960s' architectural icon Centre Point: the rewards are a sensational panorama of London from on high and some similarly elevated mixology. Reserve a space in the Tom Dixon-designed cubist bar or opt for the upper-deck wraparound Champagne lounge (more of a corridor) with its 360-degree view; either way, there are some top tipples on offer, ranging from high blossom punch (also available in £50 bowls to share) to la maison sunset (Oxley gin, absinthe and Aperol with jasmine, tangerine, pink grapefruit and lemon in the mix). Oriental/Med bites include satay chicken, merguez sausages and crab spring rolls, plus risottos and steak sandwiches. Go at dusk for the most mind-blowing visual highs.
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