Best London Champagne Bars
We're truly blessed to have some of the world's finest champagne bars located right on our doorstep. London is teeming with swish joints that are custom-made for a lavish, champers-infused night out if there's cause for celebration. Grab a group of your nearest and dearest together, head over to one of our recommended London champagne bars and prepare for a night you'll be talking about for years to come.
Last updated on 15th August 2017
This stylish London champagne bar is located in the unique Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel. Boasting a unique design and over 70 different types of champagne, the bar offers a varied range of delectable snacks including charcuterie eats and sharing platters. If you're looking to treat yourself with a glass of fizz or two. This spot always gets two thumbs up from us.
With 170 years of experience behind them, Searcys have a pretty big reason to celebrate. Join the renowned Champagne bar as they party with Champagne tours, hampers, exclusive menus and plenty of surprises.
Just moments away from Oxford Street sits All Bar One, your next London Champagne bar of choice. Amongst all its cocktails and delicious British food is a wonderful champagne list and the comfortable but sophisticated environment makes it the best place to drink it too.
Those looking for a dash of class with plenty of champagne won't be hard pushed to enjoy the tidings that Champagne Charlie's have to boast. A traditional Davy's Ale and Port house with a delicious dose of champers to boot, Champagne Charlie's is a top destination for worldwide bottles, gastro dining and more.
Voltaire is a seriously swish retreat created for London's champagne and cigar enthusiasts. Retire to your own private hire vault and survey a comprehensive drinks menu with high quality the only constant of a varied and interesting menu.
Get to know one of the most stunning Champagne bars in London. Set at the top of the Gherkin, guests to Searcy's can not only expect some of the most stunning views of the city, their night is sure to be filled with some of the best bubbles in the business.
You need a special kind of bar to drink Champagne, and luckily the Andaz Hotel has something for you. This contemporary-meets-traditional venue is the perfect place to sip Champagne or speciality Bellinis, especially while enjoying a menu of light bites, sharing platters and charcuterie boards.
Champagne is one of the most luxurious drinks in the world, so you need a bar to match. Join Hide Bar in London Bridge as their roster not only promises some of the finest bottles of bubbly in the business, their luxe interiors and front for service will more than impress.
Hop off the Eurostar at St Pancras International and you'll find Europe's longest champagne bar, inevitably packed with a variety of delightful bottles from all over the globe. Grab a seat, soak in your stylish surroundings and get to work on sampling some of Searcys' fantastic fizz.
Lapping up plates and bottles of bubbly comes easy at a destination like Mews of Mayfair. Not only is this drinking and dining experience set across a myriad of floors, their forward thinking British dining experience and champagne front are sure to impress on special occasions.
When it comes to stunning and unique places to drink champagne in London, it's a number, not a name that you'll be needing. Found in the heart of London's financial district and toting a mere 350 bottles of wine to their name, 1901 is a haven for luxury and bubbles in the city.
Where better to sip on champers than in Monopoly's very own Mayfair? Suave, sleek and chic, the Metropolitan Hotel's Met Bar on Old Park Lane gives clientele just the right level of sophistication to delight in a few, bubbly flutes. However, look out for Fridays when the Met offers a bottle of their house white champagne for a rather reasonable £20, so celebrate your end of the working week in style.
Beneath an arched bricked ceiling in St Paul's sits one of our favourite Champagne bars in London, dedicated solely to the bubbles of Cava. Serving 25 different variations and pairing each with its own charcuterie plate or Tapas dish this is a delightful (and still relatively unknown) drinking den in the centre of the city.