The Best Bars in London

Bars | Spitalfields

The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town Your knowledge of London’s speakeasies is making you more popular than ever. Which is saying something, as everyone loves you anyway.

Bars | Fitzrovia

Bourne & Hollingsworth Bar A quirky, teensy cocktail bar in Fitzrovia, combining Impressionist murals with sumptuous banquettes.

Bars | Soho

Ronnie Scott’s A world-renowned jazz club, with intimate cabaret seating downstairs, and a dancefloor upstairs.

Bars | Shoreditch

Bull in a China Shop Whisky bars. Aside from being a huge, unexploited business opportunity for Cadburys, they’re also one of the world’s most popular niche drinking dens, which makes producing a truly great one all the more difficult.

Bars | Soho

Bar Américain at Brasserie Zédel 1930’s America. It gave us the Wall Street crash, the Great Depression, and cocktails. Totally worth it.

Bars | Mayfair

The Connaught Bar An award-winning bar serving some of the best drinks you will ever have in your life.

Bars | Dalston

Furanxo A Spanish artisanal deli, that becomes a wine and tapas bar by evening….

Music | London Bridge

Omeara Mumford & Son’s Ben Lovett has decided to open a music venue in London Bridge. And to be frank, it’s not too shabby at all.

Bars | Shoreditch

The Book Club An aptly Jekyll and Hyde sort of a space, offering coffee and café fare by day, and raucous shindigs for East Londoners by night.