In Soho and looking for a watering hole? You’ve come to the right place. Read on to discover my favourite bars around London’s entertainment neighbourhood. Cahoots Cahoots is one of the first place I think off when I think of quirky bars in London. This immersive 1940 London Underground/World War II themed cocktail bar has … Continue reading The Best Bars in Soho
This is perhaps the most secret cocktail bar I’ve ever visited, and I’ve seen my fair share of secret quirky bars.
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If there’s one thing that everyone on this planet can agree on, it’s that a good view can take anyone’s breath away. It’s even better with a tasty tipple in hand, am I right?
Luckily, London’s skyline is one of the most iconic in the world so it’s no wonder that some of London’s bars are head and shoulders above the rest.
Whether you’re celebrating an anniversary, hosting a work do, or on a hot date, let those sweeping views be your wingman.
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In my experience, an impressive knowledge of London is a blessing and a curse. It means I’m often the one tasked with thinking and organising the squads night out. So to save you the trouble, I’ve compiled this little guide of all the places that I think that are sure to be fun for the group.
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Quirky bars: don’t you just love them? If you love your cocktails with a rather large dollop of theatrics and immersion as much as I do, then you’ve come to the right place. From subterranean bars secreted behind a fridge, and a drinking den that takes you back in time, there’s a peculiar bar for every intrepid scoundrel. Welcome to my guide to the quirkiest bars in a London.
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With new bars and restaurants popping up in London seemingly every week, it’s no wonder that London is a foodie capital of the world.
It’s hard to keep track of them all time. So, here’s the guide you need to find the best. Keep an eye for those soft-launch offers too!
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🍸Quirky Bar 📍Covent Garden, Quirky bars. Us Londoners love a quirky bar, don’t we? Well, today is our lucky day because the Capital is getting another one albeit as a three month pop-up Alcotraz – the notorious prison-themed cocktail experience in Shoreditch have announced they’ll be opening a new location ‘Cell Block’ smack bang in the … Continue reading Alcotraz – The Notorious Prison Themed Cocktail Bar – Is Opening in Covent Garden
London isn’t exactly short of world-class bartenders. But who’s the best? Setting out to answer that very question, award-winning gin distillers, No.3 Gin, invited expert bartenders up and down the country to compete in the Unlock Taste Cocktail Tournament for the right to be crowned the best of the best. I’d be lying if I … Continue reading No.3 Gin Crowns The Winner of the Unlock Taste Cocktail Tournament 2019
It’s not easy to find an authentic aperitivo hour (that’s Italian happy hour for you and me) experience in London. So when I got the chance to experience one of Italy’s most popular exports the traditional Italian way at Hotel Xenia, I wasn’t going to pass on the chance. It got better as I walked … Continue reading Aperitivo Time at Xenia Hotel: Happy Hour the Italian Way
How many venues can you think of that specialises in meatballs? Not many I assume. This is where Ballroom comes in. But in a city where burgers and pizzas rules, will it make Londoners sit up and take notice? Ballroom transforms into a basement speakeasy cocktail bar apparently bringing the vibe of New York’s drinking … Continue reading Ballroom Review: Could Meatballs Be The Next Big Thing?