Does London have the best bars and pubs in the world? Of course it does. But here are some other things about bars in London you might not know.
The chances of being able to visit every bar in London are pretty slim – unless you’re this guy. There are trendy new hotspots popping up every minute in our glorious capital. But here are some of the top picks. London’s excellent cocktail bars are well represented among Groupon customers’ favourite spots.
London has been sipping G&Ts since the 17th century. With fine establishments serving up mother’s ruin across every London borough, the absolute best might be just around the corner.
This is just a starter for 10. Discover more places that’ll be happy to top up your tipple by casting your eye over this list.
The key differences between pubs, bars, clubs and lounges come down to how late they’re open – and your chances of getting a seat. But let’s break it down a little more:
Of course, London is riddled with exceptions to these rules, but they’re a good starting point if you’re unsure what you’re looking for.
There are several apps that will help you find the best restaurants and bars in London near you, including:
London has always been a great place to enjoy some expertly hand-mixed drinks, but it seems in the last few years the pace of quality new openings has really stepped up a gear. It’s no longer enough just to throw a couple of ingredients together; the top bars now infuse their own vodka, steep their own sloe gin and craft their own bespoke garnishes
Sometimes it doesn’t feel like it, but on paper at least, summer has arrived in London, and with it the few short weeks in the year when outside drinking isn’t just for smokers. And better than being able to enjoy a pint in the sun is being able to do so with a view – London’s rooftop bars are few and far between, but what they lack in number they make up for in quality. Here are the five very best places to head if the weather’s nice:
London’s Best Bloody Marys The bloody Mary is firmly established as the hangover drink of choice. A mixture of vodka, tomato juice and seasonings, they vary wildly in quality. The best are like an odd mixture of being stroked and slapped around the chops at the same time, while the worst are a tin of Tesco value tomatoes and a stick of celery. It’s