Spanish Bars London
Spanish influences are evident all over London and none more so than in their very own watering holes. From foodie tapas bars to sherry and pintxos destinations, there is a fine slice of Iberico available in London if you know where to find it, so let us help out. We have put together a selection of our favourite Spanish bars in London so you can enjoy a glass of Rioja, a cold Cerveza and a lively and authentic London Spanish bar atmosphere, saving yourself the flight fare, but indulging in all the fun.
Salvador & Amanda, Central London
Combine Salvador & Amanda's location nearby buzzy Covent Garden with its great range of Sangrias, flamenco shows, amazing tapas and late night DJs and you get one tapas restaurant that knows how to have a good time. With their glistening interiors and Spanish sass, Salvador & Amanda are sure fire European shot, and best of all, you can get cheaper entry and free Sangria when you book through us!
Tapas Bar at El Cantara, Central London
Spain's most delicious export; tapas should be celebrated for its explosions of beautiful flavours in such small dishes. This Tapas Bar has got a strong influence from Moorish cuisine and design also, so expect to be surrounded by crafted interior features such as beautiful wall tiling and shiny brass tables. This place is a fusion of influences with an undeniably tasty and interesting result.
Salvador & Amanda Bloomsbury, Central London
This Spanish fiesta is fuelled by fun, with themed nights everyday of the week great happy hours, affordable drinks, DJs kick in on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and a 3am closing time on Saturdays; Salvador & Amanda Bloomsbury offers a unique vibe for a birthday party. With tasty tapas, delicious cocktails and fiesta filled fun, Salvador and Amanda will inject some Spanish flavour to Bloomsbury.
Bradleys Spanish Bar, Central London
A hidden gem amongst usual tourist hotspots in the West End, Bradley's Spanish Bar is one of the best and light hearted bars in the area. Famous for its rock n roll juke box and tavern-like interior, its cute, cosy and full of charm. A friendly Spanish bar in London for you to explore, Bradley's Spanish Bar is a unique watering hole with sassy Spanish charm. Te amo Bradley's.
El Rincon Latino, South London
El Rincon Latino is a family run tapas bar bringing authentic tapas to Clapham in a fun filled enviroment. This buzzy restaurant bar is perfect for a group or party looking to celebrate in true fiesta style and it gets very noisy and lively at the weekends! A Spanish bar where all pretences are left at the door, head on in and chow down for a true taste of Europe.
Los Locos, Central London
A rowdy haunt in the heart of Covent Garden, Los Locos is a student mecca known for their late nights and Spanish sass. Los Locos also has one of the best happy hours around as well as simple Tex Mex grub at fantastic prices in the heart of London. This unpretentious Covent Garden bar is all about a fun night out with DJs ensuring you keep your feet moving until close.
El Paso, East London
El Paso brings together the best ingredients for a laid back night out in Shoreditch. A minimalistic haunt with sweeping lines and hearty Hoxton banter, El Paso bring a little modern design to Spanish culture, boasting live music, hearty murals, tasty tapas and some killer drinks, boasting one of the best cocktail and shooter lists in the area.
El Pirata DeTapas, West London
Famous for featuring on Gordon Ramseys F-Word TV show, El Pirata DeTapas is a great tapas bar in West London waiting to be explored. Offering a modern twist on classic Iberian dishes as well as a great selection of international and Spanish wines to wash it down with, come here to seriously impress a date or a toast a special occasion, bring your credit card though!
Seven at Brixton, South London
Located in the heart of Brixton Village, this unique venue combines delicious Iberian dishes such as pintxos (think Tapas on skewers) with a a wide range of spanish and french wines and classic cocktails. It is decked out with old school luggage as it is housed in an old luggage shop and if you venture upstairs you will find their own art gallery and seperate rooms for you to book with friends that is very much Shoreditch in style.