Tapas and wine make up the bones of this top bar in Monument. Hailed for their Spanish bites and their roster of international wines, Camino Monument is eclectic when it comes to their interiors and authentic when it comes to their dining options.
Bars in Monument
Named after the tower that commemorates the Great Fire of London, Monument is forever bustling thanks to its proximity to London Bridge and the City of London. Full of suits, boots and casual city folk, there's a plethora of restaurants and bars just waiting for bums on seats. Check out our recommendations for the best places to eat and drink in Monument.
Hailed as one of the most affordable and fun places to drink in Monument. Whether you're making hardy use of their happy hour offerings of heading down for some late night cocktails, Be At One has a little something for everyone in the City.
One of the most luxe places to drinks in the City, Dirty Martini know a thing or two when it comes to cocktails. Heralded for their plush interiors, serve that sophistication alongside their selection of unique concotions and you're on to something of a winner.
Perfect for those looking for a bar close to Monument Station, not only is The Vintry a mere stone's throw away, this after work favourite is both favoured amongst the office crowd, and teeming with a fun selection of wines, beers and plenty more.
Hailed for their gastro stance and British charm, Balls Brother know all about keeping their menu close to home. Head on down for a swish dinner of British classics alongside a roster of London beers and regional ales that are more than set to impress.
Found at round the corner from both London Bridge and Monument station, The Hydrant is a craft beer palace perfect for you hop aficionados. As well as a selection of unique craft beers, 15 draught lines, and even cocktails for good measure, they have charming interiors and hearty pub grub to keep you invested.
Located only a stones throw from the tube station, you'll find an epic selection of wine and Spanish tapas at this charming wine bar. One of the oldest in the city, the building pre-dates the Great Fire of London and is steeped in history.