Bars Near Columbia Road Flower Market
Succulents, bouquets and booming baskets of foliage and colour; when it comes to buying flowers in London there's only the one place for it, and that's at Columbia Road Flower Market. Infamous and historic (officially having started in 1866), it's only right to celebrate your findings at the market with a post-peony picking pint. Check out our recommendations for the best bars new Columbia Road Flower Market.
Late-night, raucous and friendly enough come the daytime for coffee and hot-desking, Translate Bar has a little something for everyone. From their industrial interiors and East London vibe to cocktails and burgers, this is a bar near Columbia Road worth checking out.
Luxurious, sultry and subtly hinting at all things vintage, Looking Glass Cocktail is the perfect pick for those of you looking for a cocktail bar near Columbia Road. Introducing classic mixes and creativity combined, hunker down on sophisticated furniture for fun drinks.
Those of you looking for a restaurant near Columbia Road Flower Market would be hard pushed to miss all the Vietnamese restaurants on Kingsland Road, but this is a destination that shines above the rest. Head on down for authentic Eastern flavours in the heart of East London.
Consistently artsy and churning out a new roster of interiors on the regular, Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes is a great bar near Columbia Road. Head on down with your bouquets once you're done for artisan pizzas set alongside craft beers and cocktails aplenty.
Host to one of the best hidden beer gardens in East London, it's here where the drinks around Colmbia Road Flower Market really take shape. Great for a casual pint in the garden come rain or shine, the outside space is unique, its artsy and it's perfect for a few before heading home.
Perfect for the casual drinkers among and boasting a more than charming vibe amongst the often rowdy bars of East London, the Old Shoreditch Station isn't just perfect for coffee cum the day, there's a great roster of craft beer and bottles of wine come the evening after a jaunt picking flowers down Columbia Road.