Best Camden Bars
With its status as a Rock 'n' Roll haven forever in check, people from all over the globe flock to Camden for its lush live music, riff cavorting culture and band tees. But there's more to NW1 than just gigs. A haven for liquid nooks and cracking bars, this north London spot boasts some of the city's most sought after nights out. Whether you fancy watching a local metal bad, hoofing creative cocktails or settling down for steak and sizzling drinks, Camden has it all, and so does our list.
Simmons is ready to impress just as much as its sister bar down the road. Easily one of the best cocktail bars in Camden, this is your one-stop-shop for great drinks deals, a fun crowd and party vibes - just be sure to get there in time for their happy hour.
BYOC is a secret drinking den with a difference. The hidden spot brings you 1920s vibes with a crack team of mixologists who will whip up a spirit of your choosing into something delicious. You'll definitely want more than just one drink here.
A list of the best Camden bars isn't fit for purpose without a nod to the Jazz Cafe. An iconic joint renowned for live music, club nights, dinner and drinks, the venue has welcomed the likes of Amy Winehouse, D'Angelo and Bobby Womack through the years. Whether you're after live music or a bite to eat on the mezzanine, this is an unmissable destination.
With its quirky cocktail list and delicious food menu, Number 6 is a sure win for any night out. With a mouthwatering selection of dishes from across the globe and late-night celebrations over the weekend, make sure to drop in on your next night out.
Just a hop and a skip from Camden's Lock Market, Belushi's is an open plan space of Americana style party vibes and classic decor. Renowned for their scrummy dishes and a sweet little cocktail menu, this hangout is always heaving.
Situated in the heart of Camden, DUO is the latest bar and restaurant to take north London by storm. If you're hungry, there's pizza cones and lobster mac 'n' cheese, alongside delicious cocktails, heaps of prosecco and DJs on the decks.
A wonderfully versatile venue, Blues Kitchen Camden ticks every box of cool. Serving hefty portions of serious soul food inspired by the cuisine of the Deep South, as well as, live music acts and an impressive selection of bourbons and craft beers, this lively pick has it all.
A natural wine speakeasy tucked away in Camden's Town Cafe, this cute cellar space is a low-key date night location and a brilliant place to hide away from the bustle of the market. Explore the menu of natural wines from handpicked creators and pair with the selection of seasonal plates.
When it comes to a classic pint in Camden, none come better suited than that of the Spread Eagle. Not only promising buffed up pub interiors alongside a top roster of craft beer, this Albert Street spot is churning out burgers and top British plates like no other.
Camden's hottest all-day eatery is open and ready for business. Lockside is full of industrial chic, with exposed brick walls, interesting art work and a sun-trap terrace. Work your way through their Tex Mex dishes or come later for a DJ night.
Near & Far will transport you to the sun-soaked shores of Palm Springs, with palm tree adorned roof terraces, regular DJ nights and mouthwatering Mexican street food. Swing by on a summer day to top up your tan, or bask in the neon of their luxurious lounge once the sun goes down.
Boasting over 150 years to its name, it's not just history that The Princess of Wales has to boast. A cool and casual Camden pub with British grub on its side, enjoy three stunning and authentic floors of laid-back drinking and dining in the heart of North London.
Get off the tourist trail and set sail on a whirlwind adventure through some of Camden's best bars. For the price of your ticket, you'll get free entry, queue jump, free shots at every stop off, discounted drinks deals and a whole load of other goodies to keep you suitably boozy throughout the night.