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Tea house

Tea Room

For a unique delve into Chinese booze, the Tea Room is the place to be One of the more unusual openings in recent months has been The Tea Room, a speakeasy bar...
The General Store

Summer Cocktails

The summer's here (nearly) and the time is right, for drinking in the street (bar) Tony Conigliaro has become the dominant name associated with cocktails and b...
Clarette

Clarette

It's another wine joint and another winner for Marylebone as Clarette pops its cork Wine bar culture in the 1980s was a world of yuppie wide boys and shoulder-...
Bobby Fitzpatrick's

Bobby Fitzpatrick’s

Bonkers really. A retro 70s joint opened by a made-up roguish Yank. Welcome to Bobby F's Here's yet another sign that London’s bar owners and restaurateurs a...
George tavern

The George, Andaz hotel

Pub serves up crackling menu for beer week! Fair play to the George pub in the Andaz hotel in Liverpool Street. A long time purveyor of straight-up pub grub, t...
london gin club

5 best gin bars

Gin bars are popping up right, left and centre. But which are the best? 214 Bermondsey Now that Bermondsey is at last nouveau, after many years of trying, the...
Royal Oak, Tabard Street

LONDON’S BEST BOOZERS

It's national beer week, so why not plant yourself in one of these friendly old-school real ale joints: The Royal Oak in Tabard Street is a Harvey’s pub st...
Bob Bob Ricard pie

Bob Bob Ricard

BBR is the playground of the rich and curious and has a pie to match its high-rolling regulars Bob Bob Ricard is the test of a true ‘writer’: how many sup...
Number 177 bar

Number 177

DJs, artist, food and cocktails in the Berlin-bar style Number 177 is the sort of place that doesn’t spend too much time worrying about what people think it ...
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Tony Conigliaro is the man when it comes to London cocktails. 69 Colebrook Row broke the mould and ushered in a new era for London cocktails. Now the man with t...
spiritland

Spiritland

A pop-up music bar inside the Merchants Tavern in Shoreditch has gone perm in Kings Cross with studios, decks and plenty for musos and foodies alike Walking i...
dry-martini-bar

DRY MARTINI BAR

The Dry Martini Bar is literally one of a kind in the UK: a sophisticated, speakeasy celebration of the enigmatic cocktail spirit How much you really know ab...

UK’S SMALLEST PUB

Meantime have opened - temporarily - Britain's smallest pub. And they are giving away the beer. Nutters, right? They say great things come in small packages ri...

East London rooftop bars

When the weather's good, the best place to be in London for a drink is a rooftop bar: check out some of east London’s finest Whether you’re hopping over f...

Artesian

Being the world's best bar once is quite a feat – to do it four times in a row, quite another. Welcome to the hotbed of cocktail creativity that is Artesian ...

Craft & Cleaver

The taste of the good ole south in the good old north? The UK’s restaurants’ manic proliferation of foreign cuisines means you shouldn’t be surprised at a...

WC

Public toilets are, it would appear, the banks of the 21st century. Oh go on, humour me here, you remember that Natwest advert where the old lady finds her ban...

Cartizze

I mean, if this alley (actually Lancashire Court) was anywhere else, it would be seriously dodgy. In Mayfair, it plays host to a series of eating and drinking e...

London Cocktail Club

Having met the boys from the London Cocktail Club, you have to say that one thing that’s obvious about them is that they have balls. Let’s face it, you have...

Jinjuu

The jumping off point for Jinjuu is bizarre - ridiculous really. Small Korean barbecue eats and high-end cocktails, wrapped up in cool-as-fk bar design, might s...