Best Bars To Get Molecular Cocktails

For many of us, discovering a new drinking venue is all about finding the most innovative cocktail creations, bursting full of exotic flavour, presented in quirky fashions and whipped up in the most theatrical and awe-inspiring ways. Molecular mixology – the making of cocktails via physical and chemical transformations of ingredients - happens to be one of the latest drink mixing innovations taking stage in many new bars in London. To help you discover the best bars to get molecular cocktails, we have come up with a list of our top favourites. These molecular cocktail bars in London will leave you mesmerized!


For an exciting and dramatic display of cocktail making, visit Purl bar in Mayfair where molecular mixology is used to the finest and most visually impressive degree. In this unique, top London bar guests can sit back and relax while the professional mixologists put on an elaborate show, crafting drinks inspired by the golden age of cocktails. Bear in mind this is a 'splash the cash' venture for avid cocktail enthusiasts.  

Purgatory Bar

Boasting Antoni Gaudi-inspired decor and molecular cocktails, Purgatory Bar is a crackin' spot for those lip-smacking concoctions. Try out a Blood Royal made up of Chambord, orgeat, prosecco and garnished with flowers or a smoking coffee-laced Cloud Nine, they won't fail to impress.

Hackney Funhouse

Head to Hackney where this unique little bar offers a stunner of a cocktail masterclass. Get the lowdown on molecular mixology as you cook up some seriously cool concoctions within a fully-immersive environment.

The Zetter Townhouse

The London boutique cocktail bar in Clerkenwell that is Zetter Townhouse is bursting full of imaginative cocktails that will send your taste buds wild. Zetter Townhouse's professional mixologist, Tony Conigliaro takes inspiration from old recipes for tinctures, bitters and herbal remedies to create the homemade cordials, all perfectly complemented with delicious dishes from a menu designed by award winning chef, Bruno Loubet.