Bars For Business Meetings In London

Welcome to our comprehensive list of the best bars for business meetings in London. Everybody knows that business isn't just about getting the job done, it's about getting it done in style and you can do that by wowing your clients with a great location. Whether it's corporate cocktails or dazzling views that's going to swing the deal in your favour, you'll find it in one of these top London bars, so all you have to worry about is your pitch for your next business meeting in London.

Last updated on 6th July 2018




The Grafton - Hippo Inns

80 user reviews 5

Cosy, comfortable and welcoming every guest with a huge smile, the Grafton in Kentish Town has become a favourite pub in North London for many real ales and craft beer fans. The bar is constantly stocked full with the best produce of some of London's most prestigious breweries. Better still, spread across 2 floors and with an idyllic roof terrace for the summer months, the Grafton is ideal for informal business meetings in London.

Right next to Canary Wharf tube station, Smollensky's is a popular destination for worker bees looking for an informal place for a business meeting in London. There's an outdoor terrace to take advantage of in the nice weather and a menu of Modern American cuisine to tuck into should your meeting require fuel. 

Jamies St Mary at Hill

77 user reviews 4

If you're in need of somewhere to host a business meeting in London and want to stay local to city, Jamies St Mary at Hill can cater to your needs. Whether it's a big meeting or a smaller one, they've got screens for presentations to be hosted on and a lovely menu of sharing platters and small plates so you can snack as you chat. 

Escape the City without Liverpool Street leaving your sight at The White Horse. This homely boozer – with its roaring fireplace, spread of real ales and hearty British fare – is the perfect place to thrash out a deal in a serene setting. Open from 7.30am 'til late, it's there for you however your schedule's looking.

C&B Exchange Square

3 user reviews 4

When you don't want to miss the precious sun that graces London every so often, but you've got a meeting this is the perfect place to merge the two together. The greenhouse style bar has its best reputation in the summer months where guests can enjoy great drinks, food and even a game of croquet out in the sunshine. The laid back atmosphere suits a meeting perfectly and is sure to impress anyone.

The Britannia

13 user reviews 4

Dishing out all the cosy pub vibes, The Britannia is a piece of Kensington history dating back to the 1800s. You'll find lashings of traditional charm here with plush leather sofas and armchairs throughout making it feel like a pub lounge. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and settle down for a casual business meeting in London at this beauty of a pub. 

With it's tiny 20-seat capacity and tucked away location just off the main reception of Sanderson Hotel, Purple Bar is the ideal venue for bringing a business client if you're looking to impress. Draped violet curtains, Queen Anne chairs and Venetian mirrors all add to the exclusive vibe and it boasts an array of expertly mixed cocktails and exquisite champagne. 

Spread Eagle

189 user reviews 5

Sometimes you don't need to go out of your way to impress a client, sometimes all it takes is a buffed up British boozer to do the hard work for you. And that's where Spread Eagle comes in. Join them for British plates and craft pints as that all important, or casual meeting makes way.

Sama Bankside

115 user reviews 4

SAMA Bankside is a great place for business meetings, offering that 'member's club feel without the membership', creating a professional yet welcoming and fun aura. The contemporary bar serves a variety of drinks, from wines to beers to spirits, and if you fancy some food, they serve a selection of Caribbean food too.

With over 150 years experience to the Balls Brothers name, it's no wonder they're a London favourite for classic English lunch and dinners, making for the perfect spot for a business meeting. Their extensive restaurant area champions informal dining to a 'T' so you can tuck into traditional nosh and sample some best wines whilst you meet. 

Northbank Restaurant

8 user reviews 4

The stunning views and beautiful riverside terrace will definitely impress your clients when you take them to the Northbank Restaurant. If it isn't nice enough to sit outside then the modern, yet sophisticated interior makes for a comfortable and classy place to hold a meeting. The delicious and unique cocktails will definitely keep everyone in a good mood while the dishes and bar snacks are made with plenty of attention to detail.

The Sterling

4 user reviews 4

Boasting probably one of the best locations in city, The Sterling sits tight under The Gherkin and is a favourite among city workers looking for somewhere to host a business meeting in London. With stylish interiors and a menu of classic British cuisine as well as wine, cocktails and beer you can get some serious business done at The Sterling.

If you need to settle down for a business meeting in London, don't settle for anything less than the Crowne Plaza Hotel Battersea. The ground floor bar is luxurious enough to impress any client – with floor-to-ceiling windows putting the River Thames on full display – while the vibe is relaxed, meaning you can have a little bit of fun while you discuss your deals. With a wonderful selection of drinks and a kitchen serving up modern European dishes, you can't go far wrong here.

Quaglino's

2 user reviews 5

If you're looking for a destination that won't disappoint when it comes to a business luncheon or meeting then Quaglino's is your top destination. With art-deco interiors, swanky decor and a menu doused in exquisite European eats, you'll be inspired by more than the topics of the meetings. For some fine drinking and dining at its best, this is the spot. 

Aubaine Notting Hill

10 user reviews 4

Looking for a business meeting location in London? Try Aubaine, overlooking Hyde Park and located in the Hilton Hotel, it is the perfect intersection of luxurious restaurant and relaxed hideaway. They also boast some of the best French and European food, making it the ideal accompaniment to your business discussions.

WE ARE BAR Bishopsgate

61 user reviews 4

Now open from 9am, this Liverpool Street favourite for after work drinks is somewhere you can host your business meetings in London. Its laid back atmosphere and expansive outdoor terrace area make WE ARE BAR a desirable place among city workers, whether it be for a meeting over breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

Jamies Minories

29 user reviews 4

A truly relaxed and tranquil wine bar in the heart of the city, Jamie's is a smart and accessible location for a meeting. Enjoy a casual lunch or impress a client with a few drinks in the evening, the venue serves seasonal daily specials washed down with a superb range of wines from some of the world's finest regions.

The Sipping Room

96 user reviews 4

Based in West India Quay, The Sipping Room is a welcoming bar and restaurant that serves both seasonal dishes and inventive cocktails. Hoping to cater to whatever needs you might have, it is open throughout the day and serves everything from breakfast through to dinner. Calm and relaxing, this is the perfect spot for an informal business meeting in London.

Abbey

28 user reviews 4

A cool, casual hangout right in the centre of the city, Abbey offers a relaxed space for business meetings of any type. Meet a client for a laidback lunch with all kinds of classic gastro fare on the menu, or come by for a drink or two instead; there's a good range of beer, wine, champagne and spirits to accompany your talks.

Devonshire Terrace

104 user reviews 4

A favourite haunt for business types near Liverpool Street is Devonshire Terrace. If your clients know their wines they'll love this comfortable London bar because it's owned by famous wine merchants Corney & Barrow. The sophisticated yet welcoming atmosphere at Devonshire Terrace offers the perfect environment for you to relax while you work through your next business meeting in London.

The Drift

126 user reviews 4

The Drift is one of the ideal places to host your next business meeting in London. Not only is it situated right near Liverpool Street station, it is an amazing example of the ultimate indulgence in a modern London bar. Breathtaking architecture, seasonal organic food and even a mixology table could be yours when you book at The Drift.

With a sister venue not too far away, Tank and Paddle Bishopsgate hopes to draw in the city's many busy workers with its comfort food offering, fun games and home brewed pints of beer. While the kitchen staff roll out freshly made stone-baked pizzas, the bar is busy serving home brewed pints of craft beer and real ale, all created in the giant tanks that stand behind the bar.

Gable

25 user reviews 4

A local to anyone in or around Moorgate, The Gable bar serves city folk with a classy and sophisticated option for a business meeting in London. Settle down in their country-chic style restaurant space and take one of their more secluded dining rooms for a bit more privacy to your meeting. 

Out of Office

2 user reviews 5

Out of Office is Battersea's must-try, multi-functioning space purpose built for hot-desking purposes. Bring your laptop and ease into the relaxed surroundings of this clean and contemporary venue, there's refreshing drinks and specialty coffees to keep you cruising towards 5pm. Stick around afterwards when this hot-desk hub becomes a friendly micro pub, serving 50 independent beers, artisan spirits and wines.

Situated directly off the famous Thames Path, Hay's Galleria is a stylish yet relaxed bar within a stone's throw of London Bridge. A handsome venue made up of a maze of bars and private dining spaces, there's an outdoor terrace for alfresco meetings come the warmer months. The venue offers a range of fresh and seasonal food, as well as a corking wine list offering great value for money.

Stephen St Kitchen

8 user reviews 5

Looking for a spacious and modern venue in which to host your business meeting? Then look no further than Stephen St Kitchen moments from Tottenham Court Road. The restaurant and bar has plenty of private rooms available to hire, spacious booths and an excellent menu of drinks and food to help keep you going.

The Bull - Geronimo Inns

119 user reviews 4

Business meetings can be a rather dry and dull affair. Inject some fun into the proceedings by having it at The Bull. Traditionally styled with a modern finish, this the perfect professional yet comfortable setting in which to make deals! The club room comes complete with a board table and TV for presentations, and is beautifully decorated with a light and airy feel. 

Treat your clients or even your staff to a huge slice of luxury at one of London's trendiest bars. You'll have them eating out of your hand at your next business meeting, although this isn't necessary as Long Bar serves quite spectacular bar snacks. Housed in the decadent Sanderson Hotel, Long Bar's service is as sleek as its décor and you might even catch a celeb or two... Just don't let them interrupt your meeting!

Balls Brothers Mayfair

9 user reviews 4

Looking to impress during your business meeting in London and need a location that has charm and space for chats alike? Head down to the stunning street of Mayfair as its Balls Brothers offering will more than shine. A classic British haunts with seasonal plates and brilliant drinks alike, nail that brief and booze at the very same time. 

Vintry

10 user reviews 4

If convenience is what you need, check in at The Vintry. Easily accessible from any one of Monument, Cannon Street and Bank stations, this friendly pub offers table service all day, so you can get down to business while your attentive hosts sort the rest. Known for its fresh and seasonal food, there's also more than 170 wines from right across the globe on offer at this stylish city spot.

Kitty Hawk

384 user reviews 4

Kitty Hawk manages to combine New York glamour with London cool to create the perfect place for you to have a business meeting in London. Either sit in the ground floor bar and be amongst the buzz or head downstairs to their impressive restaurant, for some delicious bites to eat, Rothschild Estate wine and a more subdued atmosphere.

All Bar One Leicester Square should be your destination of choice when planning a business meeting if you're after experienced staff serving you in a chic, contemporary environment. With a wonderful selection of wines, beers and cocktails to drink and a menu packed with hearty British flavours, whatever your business meeting needs, All Bar One can help.

The Cow - Geronimo Inns

340 user reviews 4

Mix business with pleasure to great effect by hiring out The Club Room at The Cow for your next business meeting. There's no need to hold meetings in drab, dreary office rooms; and once you've tried The Cow you'll make so many deals you'll move your whole work there! The Club Room is clean, rustic and sets the perfect atmosphere for a professional yet friendly occasion. 

Barsmith

223 user reviews 4

A really easy-going, friendly space in the heart of Farringdon, Barsmith is the perfect space to grab a drink, a bite to eat and to thrash out any important deals. Known for it's bespoke cocktails and regularly rotating craft beers, you can enjoy delicious Neopolitan thin crust pizzas starting at low prices. Look out for their happy hour too!