Best Brick Lane Bars
As you negotiate your way down Brick Lane amongst the promoters, curry houses, vintage shops, record havens and bright lights, you may be forgiven for needing a drink. This is a dynamic and buzzing part of London which comes alive at night, but it can be difficult to find a great Brick Lane bar to escape from the crowds. We have put together a list of the best bars in Brick Lane so you can be confident that a drink is always at hand.
Last updated on 16th March 2017
This hidden party bar located just off Bethnal Green Road is sure to set your senses alive. Encapsulating Brick Lane with it's bold decor, slamming cocktails and fresh DJs, it's definitely one East London party hub to check out!
London Cocktail Club is a staple for anyone who loves a good time and even better drinks, and luckily the Shoreditch addition to the brand is just a stone’s throw from Brick Lane. The décor is grease monkey garage inspired, with the theme permeating into the music and attitude. You’ll still get that LCC customer service and crazy, quirky cocktails as well!
Casa Blue is a cool and lively DJ Bar located in the heart of Shoreditch close to Brick Lane. The urban styled decor and almost vintage interiors make for a good party place throughout the week, with it really taking off on weekends with brunch to boot.
This great Brick Lane bar is not only a great destination for after work drinks but is just a short walk from some great Shoreditch clubs. If that isn't enough to interest you, The Alice has cheap drinks deals throughout the week, so head down to this great Brick Lane bar.
While not actually on Brick Lane, this cool cocktail bar just 5 minutes walk away is practically in the same domain. A speakeasy inspired haunt found above the Ten Bells, Upstairs is a cocktail bar brimming with mixology sass, vintage inspired innards, liquid mastery, date worthy nooks and more.
A popular bar in Brick Lane, Big Chill is one of the most laid-back and fun bars in East London thanks to a regular roster of DJ nights, affordable drinks and patio for grabbing a quick bevvie at any point throughout the day.
A trendy and quirky bar, Apples and Pears is a Brick Lane cocktail bar with a underground music policy and a hip setting for the young crowds floating by on Brick Lane. Boasting a fantastic selection of tipples with London themes, including a "Jack The Ripper", this is a recommended Brick Lane for a great night out in London.
Just a stone’s throw from Brick Lane is Rosa’s Thai Café, offering bold red colours, bold Thai flavours but a friendly atmosphere. Make your way into their contemporary-yet-cute interior, feast on their exotic Thai curries and drink their Asian inspired cocktails and you are guaranteed a good time.
Hidden at the back of the Benugo café, The Warehouse blends minimalist design and edgy quirkiness to deliver a fun East London bar. Offering a whole host of great things to do, including wonderful cocktail offers, table football tournaments and metre long pizza, there’s many reasons to make a trip to this cool and quirky secret bar.