Brilliant Bars In Marylebone
Marylebone sits in one of the most ideal and beautiful locations in London and with this? Some of the best bars in the city. There is a perfect blend of cool and quirky bars, restaurant bars, basement bars, hotel bars and good old British pubs. It is also a short walk from Oxford Street, Hyde Park and Mayfair. For many people, it is Central London in its truest form and the bars in Marylebone reflect just this. How do we celebrate it? By letting you know where to drink in it...
Taking inspiration from the heyday of 1920s Havana, Burlock's selection of more than 200 types of rum makes it one of the largest rum houses in the UK. Renowned for its grand-house veranda and unique, continuous happy hour deals, check out the Grasshopper Challenge (a grasshopper, a shot of rum and a Barbadian 10 Saints beer in quick succession) if you fancy raising money for charity while trying something completely different...
One of the city's most unique cocktail spots, this stunning Marylebone bar boasts a range of signature cocktails alongside some stunning fine wines. Perfect for a premium experience, you're going to want to get slightly suited and booted to head here.
This vibrant venue on one of West London's swankiest streets is a sweet retreat of classy florals and vintage furniture. Grab a tipple transformed by the most innovative of combinations and expect daring deliciousness that will have your taste buds tingling.
Smartly positioned next to Marylebone High Street is Levant; an authentic Lebanese restaurant, bar and entertainment venue. Guests mix and match dishes from a small but perfectly formed mezze menu, innovative cocktails provide the perfect support act and there's a programme of belly dancers and DJs to look forward to once dinner is done.
When it comes to places to eat in Marylebone, you can't go wrong with a visit to Firebrand Pizza. Bringing you the best in signature antipasti and authentic Italian eats, there's even a drinks menu filled with prosecco, wines, beers and classic cocktails (you'll just need to order food to drink).
One of the best places to eat and drink in Marylebone, The Harcourt is not only dining at its finest thanks to Scandi and Nordic inspired cuisine, the plush interiors and selection of international wines make for an altogether unique experience in the city.
Vinoteca is one of Marylebone's most popular wine bars and for good reason too. Customers are able to choose from a list of around 25 different wines by the glass which changes on a weekly basis, and covers a wide range of styles and tastes.
Purl is undoubtedly one of the best bars in Marylebone. It is one of the first ventures from the cocktail kings - Fluid Movement (Worship Street Whistling Shop and Dach & Sons) and has famously ground-breaking, unique cocktails. An absolute must for any discerning cocktail drinker.
With a coveted location on Great Portland Street, Iberica is a top choice for Spanish fare in the heart of central London. Tuck into mouthwatering sharing plates and soak up specially selected wines at this split-level restaurant boasting a variety of group menus and stunning interiors.
A staple in the Marylebone Village area, 28-50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen is a brilliant bar for dinner and drinks. Join them for a meal of seasonal British produce from a Michelin-trained chef, with an on-site sommelier to help you pick the perfect bottle for your feasting.
Offering a sweet blend of delicious cocktails, enthusiastic staff and incredible happy hours, Be At One Wimpole Street is a solid all rounder, and one of the best bars in Marylebone. Serving up all sorts of tasty goodness, and suiting refined relaxation and party vibes over the weekend, Be At One Wimpole Street easily makes it onto our list of the best bars in Marylebone.
Find Ping Pong on St Christophers Place for the ultimate Asian food-eating experience. Not only can you drink their fantastic range of cocktails and Asian beers, you can feast on their outstanding dim sum too.