A great little place set in Maida Vale, The Elgin is a fine establishment. With an impressive drinks menu, they boast a great selection of over 40 beers from across the globe and a carefully chosen wine list as well. A truly wonderful pub, The Elgin is a surefire winner.
Bakerloo Line Bars
From Kensal Green, through Oxford Circus all the way down to Elephant & Castle, there's numerous places to visit within the confines of Zones 1-2 for a selection of drinks and dining. All served by the beloved Bakerloo Line, we've decided to hand-pick some of our favourite bars and restaurants along the line.
Just moments from Piccadilly Circus and hidden beneath the streets of London is Jack Solomon's, a speakeasy offering fantastic drinks, small plates, and velvet-decked sofas to sink into. And if you want a bit more action, DJs and live bands will get you swinging on the dance floor.
Alice House is a trendy restaurant bar that fuses vintage glamour and contemporary socialising, whilst offering some fantastic cuisine to line your stomach for the long night ahead. Enjoy some truly innovative and inspired cocktails on the side that are sure to impress you and all your friends.
A fun time party bar with a late night license, The Warwick in Piccadilly Circus is always worth visiting. Open until 3am and playing host to regular DJs that'll keep the rowdiest of you entertained. A great all round venue with a ton of affordable drinks, it's definitely one of the best spots in the area.
One of the best bars on the Bakerloo line, this two storey venue is Proud's largest opening yet. Whether you're stopping in for dinner and show, a few quick drinks, or an all night boogie, it's got one of the best atmospheres in town.
A respected name, Grand Union in Paddington maintains the high quality of all its sister venues. A quirky and unique venue, it's a great cocktail bar with daily happy hours (that are very generous) and live DJ sets on weekends to get the party going. It's a great taste for what's to come.
The bar at the Benugo is the centrepiece of the site, renowned for its well put together cocktails, wide variety of beer and full bodied wines. The penultimate place on the crawl, it's just down the road from Waterloo station serving as a great respite before the final stop.
Seeing as it's quite a long night ahead, it makes sense to pace yourselves, which is why The Prince Alfred pub serves it purpose. Just minutes away from Little Venice, it's a traditional Victorian pub with a fine selection of drinks on offer that's sure to get you on your way to a stellar night.
Hop off the tube and into The Globe, just a stone's throw from Regents Park and boasting a wonderful range of beers, from cask to keg and bottles. With residencies in the kitchen, this 170-year-old pub stays relevant to the area, and open to all.