The Park South is a hotel, and this is the roof. It’s a good place for a relaxed drink with a friend, and there’s some decent food to snack on. Expect to be seated next to a group of people who work in advertising, and know that it’s only open in the spring and summer. Which begs the question: why do they have a fireplace?
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