Best Bars Near Victoria

Located just a stone throw's away from Queen Lizzy's humble abode, Victoria may be best known as one of London's biggest transport hubs, but the area also just happens to be home to a huge range of swanky bars, cosy pubs and charming cocktail lounges. Whether you're in the market for a few after-work drinks, a romantic date-night or somewhere to while away a few hours before your journey onwards, check out our guide to the very best bars near Victoria. 

Last updated on 27th October 2020




Greenwood

40 user reviews 4

Greenwood is the latest pub to open in Victoria. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week, the amazing chefs in the kitchen are known both for creating new dishes and serving up hearty, traditional British meals. With a sports bars upstairs and an eyebrow-shaping and barbershop station on site, this really is one of London's most unique pubs.

Flight Club Victoria

1585 user reviews 5

Afternoon Fizz

One of Victoria's quirkiest bars, Flight Club offers something a little different. The perfect spot for a special occasion, this place hosts social darts experiences, with the option for guests to hire out their own private oche. With interiors inspired by a vintage fairground, and a huge range of sharing paddle pizzas on offer - an evening spent here is sure to score full marks.

The Soak

4 user reviews 4

Neighbouring Victoria Station, and part of The Grosvenor Hotel, The Soak is the perfect place for a moment of rest bite amongst the chaos of London's buzzing streets. Serving up a gourmet menu that focuses on the process of pickling, fermenting and brining, the dishes here are a special affair. And on the bar? There is a wide array of classic cocktails, best sipped to the backdrop of some of this place's regular live music. 

Jugged Hare

80 user reviews 4

A traditional British boozer on the edge of neighbouring Pimlico, The Jugged Hare is known for its impressive selection of cask ales and welcoming atmosphere. Set in the building that was once the National Westminister Bank, the walls here ooze character and charm. In terms of food, expect a menu of warming pub classics, from hearty pies to sumptuous Sunday roasts.

The ultimate 'man cave', Rileys has earned its stripes as one of London's best sports bars, setting you up for a night of drinking, socialising and gaming. Get your competitive streak out and hammer out some games of pool, dabble in some darts and lap up some serious sporting action across Rileys collection of HD screens at this top bar near Victoria Station.

Rail House Cafe

36 user reviews 4

One of Victoria's most beautiful bars - Rail House Cafe is adorned with velvet soft furnishings, shabby chic interiors and low-hanging pendant lights. Open from dawn till dusk, the menu is made up of small plates and more hearty comfort food classics. Grab a spot at the bar to catch all the action and make the most of the generous cocktail list.