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Oslo Hackney

Oslo Hackney

Oslo Hackney is a new restaurant-club in the old railway station at Hackney Central, east London - the design is Nordic-influenced, as is the food, which is an inventive East End-Scandi hybrid (think smoked salmon salad with pickled red... Read More

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

Dating from the sixteenth century, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London and remains a popular drinking haunt today. Set back off the main street in a narrow alleyway; keep an eye out for the lantern bearing... Read More

Waxy O’Connor’s

Waxy O’Connor’s

At London’s biggest Irish bar, a weave of inter-connecting staircases and passageways link the different rooms and floors together. If the lure of a pint of Guinness isn’t enough to entice you, maybe the 250-year-old preserved beach... Read More

The White Hart

The White Hart

This traditional London watering hole attracts a mainly local clientele with its tasty pub grub and cask ales. Serving awesome burgers stacked high on wooden boards and possibly the best Sunday roast in Southwark, you’ll want to... Read More

The Drapers Arms

The Drapers Arms

For a relaxing drink and fine food, The Drapers Arms in Islington is perfect. Offering way more than your usual pub food menu, many a long balmy summers evening can be enjoyed in their patio area. Start with goose rillettes, toast and... Read More

Salisbury

Salisbury

Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, the Salisbury is in the perfect location for a pre or post-theatre drink. Its exuberant Victorian décor and obtaining of the Beautiful Beer Platinum Award, means you’re in for a real treat.... Read More

Old Blue Last

Old Blue Last

Described by NME as “East London’s most notorious venue”, Old Blue Last is one of Shoreditch’s top music venues. With live music from big names seven nights a week, a quiet pint isn’t likely here. A quick after-dinner drink... Read More

The Loop

The Loop

The Loop could easily keep you entertained from dinner to dusk with a club, four bars and a restaurant spread over three floors. Helpfully located just off of Oxford Street, stop by for a quiet drink in the chilled ground floor bar or a... Read More

Roller Disco at Renaissance Rooms

Roller Disco at Renaissance Rooms

For a fun-filled night out the Renaissance Rooms roller discos are unbeatable. Two skating arenas, four bars and a heap of seating, give you plenty of room to enjoy yourself. Skates and protective wristbands are provided but bring your... Read More

Mahiki

Mahiki

A tropical paradise in the heart of London, Mahiki cocktail bar and club attracts a huge celebrity crowd. A favourite drinking spot of William and Harry, Madonna, Kate Moss and Rihanna, it’s no surprise that the atmosphere here is one... Read More

Lab Bar

Lab Bar

A place for true cocktail aficionados, Lab stands for London Academy of Bartenders and man, do these guys know how to shake up a drink. With one of the most extensive and impressive cocktail menus in the UK, you are sure to find a... Read More

Fabric

Fabric

Fabric has your whole weekend covered. Friday night means Fabriclive where an eclectic mix of hip-hop, indie-electro and everything in between is pumped out. For the best in underground DJ talent, head there on Saturday when new faces... Read More

Cuckoo Club

Cuckoo Club

Described by Elle magazine as ‘the ultimate in late night decadence’, this is one club that doesn’t do things by halves. Having hired interior designer Barbara Hulanicki to carry out a recent renovation, the Cuckoo Club’s unique... Read More

Blagclub

Blagclub

Perfect for a sociable evening drink, Blagclub is situated just seconds from Notting Hill Gate Tube Station. Climb the stairs to an intimately lit, Asian themed bar and lounge. Red and gold décor and low, leather stools and dark wood... Read More

Amika

Amika

The highly glamorous Amika Mayfair attracts a sophisticated clientele. There is a strict door policy, only impressively dressed over 21s are permitted entrance. Valet parking is available and the pedestrian-only street ensures discrete... Read More

The Lobby Bar

The Lobby Bar

Named by the Sunday Telegraph as one of the top five hotel bars in the world, it simply wouldn’t be right to visit London without stopping by. Its high ceilings, over-sized sculptures and bespoke furniture make The Lobby Bar a picture... Read More

The Book Club

The Book Club

Another Shoreditch gem, The Book Club, is one of the most varied bars in London. Showcasing film screenings, hosting evening classes and running club nights, there’s nothing The Book Club can’t, or won’t, do. Play ping-pong while... Read More

Slim Jim’s Liquor Store

Slim Jim’s Liquor Store

For straight spirits in North London, Slim Jim’s Liquor Store has to be the place of choice. This 1950s style American diner-themed saloon comes complete with the traditional red bar stools and booths. The feeling of having stumbled... Read More

Proud Camden

Proud Camden

If it’s celebs you want to see, then Proud Camden is for you. Rumored to have been a favourite with the late Amy Winehouse and it’s still a regular haunt for BBC Radio 1 DJs such as Fearne Cotton, you may just be in luck. As an... Read More

Gordon’s Wine Bar

Gordon’s Wine Bar

Established in 1890, Gordon’s is the oldest wine bar in London and remains unchanged. The décor is original, memorabilia and faded newspaper cuttings line the brick walls and wine is still the only alcoholic beverage served.... Read More

BKB

BKB

With its wooden floors and brick-bare walls, this Soho bar and restaurant is a contemporary yet cosy venue that’s perfect for catching up with friends over long-brunches. By sundown the vibe here changes into the ideal date venue and... Read More


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