Where To Drink In London

Skylounge | Cocktail Bar

What are the best kind of bars? The kind that serves amazing cocktails of course. But what’s even better? When the cocktails are served in a chic rooftop bar that looks out to Tower Bridge, Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, and The Gherkin. Thank you, Skylounge!

Artesian at The Langham | Cocktail Bar

The Artesian is among the world’s best bars (it has been officially honored with that title several times too). The decor is grand but the bar has a fun, unusual vibe about it. Using unique ingredients like kale, mushroom and curry, the bar led by head bartender Alex Kratena surprises you with its cocktails - inventive in taste, name and even the so-called glasses that they come in.

Mr. Fogg’s | Cocktail Bar

The bar is quirky and instantly transports you to the Victorian era - a time when the protagonist of the 1873 Jules Verne book, ‘Around The World in 80 Days’, Phineas Fogg was around and living here. The tavern like atmosphere is romantic and fun, the cocktails, gin & tonic and pale ales certainly add to that.

Radio Bar | Cocktail Bar

At the cool and refined Radio Bar at ME London Hotel, you can enjoy cocktails with tapas and a side of great views of the London Eye, Trafalgar Square, and the London Bridge. The 10th floor bar can be accessed by its very own express lift - once you beat the long lines to this popular hideout.

The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town | Cocktail Bar

The name is intriguing, but what’s even more interesting about this fun cocktail bar is its entrance - a fridge door, upstairs in the buzzy Breakfast Club restaurant. The once-a-secret bar serves tasty cocktails and has a dimly lit romantic setting, making it a popular date spot.