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Bars In Notting Hill
Much like at nearby Portobello Market, it can be tough to unearth the treasures in Notting Hill. With so many hidden nooks and liquid lairs down its side streets, you can easily feel overwhelmed. But, that's where we come in. Open the right doors and you'll find surprising speakeasies famed for their boozy brunches or basement haunts that are perfect for date night. Explore the very best of West London with our guide to bars in Notting Hill.
If you like your cocktails with a side of quirky, then head on over to Act Bar in Notting Hill. Not only are they whipping up a range of fabulous concoctions, but their talented team will be providing a fun atmosphere with a top-notch range of entertainment.
Keeping things true to the traditional pub way of life in Notting Hill? The Porchester. A celebration of all that's great about a pint, with plenty of British dining and wine options thrown in, it's a cosy spot following a day of rummaging through antique markets.
Portobello Star is a small, intimate cocktail bar that's perfect for after work drinks. Based right on Portobello Road in the heart of Notting Hill, it's also a great escape for sharing platters and Ginger Pig pies, alongside teas and coffees and of course, gorgeous concoctions.
Located in the Bayswater area, QUEENS Skate Dine Bowl is a great bar and event space near Notting Hill. Head here for a night that's jam-packed with entertainment from skating rinks to bowling alleys and delicious street food from a wide choice of London's finest traders.
The Flatmates are back in Notting Hill, bringing you even more food and party vibes than ever. Taking over the lovely new home of The Little Yellow Door off Portobello Road, they're promising quirky supper clubs, boozy brunches and more, in a uniquely welcoming atmosphere.
Headed out West and looking to savour some casual drinks in a cool, Notting Hill bar? A perfect and informal pub, the Duke of Wellington is a go-to for pints and plates of British grub in cool and cosy surroundings, ideal for providing a pit stop after a busy day browsing the market.
The Mall Tavern is a Notting Hill bar for beer lovers, with twenty eight taps of beer and cider alongside plenty of bottles to keep even the most experienced connoisseur happy. If you're hungry? The kitchen serves seasonal British classics such as tasty pies or delicious ribs.
Just a stone's throw away from Portobello Market, When Abby Met Claud is a firm choice for those craving cocktails. With a fantastic range of bottomless brunches to happy hours, there are plenty of hand-crafted drinks to be enjoyed.
While The Mitre is known for its charming pints and British interiors, it's often the basement that sparks interest in Notting Hill. Known for their fun cocktails and whisky bottles, this is somewhere to head to for illicit sips in a venue that makes for a charming and delicious night.
Find yourself needing a break from the hustle and bustle of Portobello Market? Drop into Pizza East. Here you'll be able to pick up some mouthwatering pizza, pasta or something from the wood oven, and enjoy within the relaxed dining space with an Aperol spritz or two.
This exclusive Portobello Road bar offers its guests a drinking den, library, restaurant and a private cinema under one roof. Decked out in the style of a 1950s American diner, The Electric serves up plush States-inspired fare in a cool interior of exposed brickwork and vintage wares.