The Best Bars in London

Bars | Brick Lane

Discount Suit Company The journey to a good bar is an experiential cog of fundamental importance, one which ought never be overlooked nor undervalued.

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 | South Bank

12th Knot A bar situated on the 12th floor with open air balconies and striking views on the edge of South Bank.

Bars | Soho

Little Italy The Capital Of Fun. Yes, it’s an Italian restaurant, technically. But it’s main job is staying open til 4am, serving thousands of shots and playing cheesy music for you to dance away the night to….

Bars | Embankment

Gordon’s Wine Bar There are a small number of unspoken, detailed and fail-safe rules in the world of dating. Like, for example: 1) Brush your teeth. 2) Be fun. And, 3) Take your date to Gordon’s Wine Bar.

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

The Pink Chihuahua This 3am-licensed bar is plastered in Day of the Dead murals, Mexican memorabilia and glass cabinets full of tequila bottles.

Bars | Holborn

Scarfes Bar Gerald Scarfe has the rare distinction of being the only person on earth who has both a species of pterosaur (Cuspicephalus Scarfi) and a hotel bar named after them. It’s almost cartoonish.

Bars | Soho

Six Storeys A six storeyed temple to decadence, set in a restored Georgian townhouse on Soho square.