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Made in Chelsea Bars
Wondering where you can spot your favourite Made In Chelsea stars in London? Look no further than our list of the best cocktail bars, exclusive haunts and watering holes in the west. From boutique clubs onKing's Road to gastro pubs perfect for lazy Sundays, we reveal all the top places in London to spot the Made in Chelsea cast sipping on Champagne and dancing the night away in style.
When the cast are nursing their hangovers they visit Jam Tree; a cosy and laid back bar on the King's Road with an amazing beer garden that's perfect for summer evenings. Catch the cast of Made in Chelsea chilling here on a Sunday evening.
Situated right on the King's Road, Beaufort House is in the Made in Chelsea cast's back garden; a sharp and sophisticated private members club. You might not be able to just wander in the door, but once inside it really is an impressive venue. Book a table, and you never know, you might be sitting alongside Millie during one of her trademark Made in Chelsea pouts.
JuJu is one of the favourite drinking haunts of the cast of Made in Chelsea; expect an exclusive club bursting with celebs. From a day time cocktail bar to a Chelsea favourite at night when resident DJs take over, your time at JuJu will most definitely be unforgettable. Given its numerous awards and continuing quality, JuJu is an extremely exclusive club - so make sure you look the part.
Where do the MIC crowd go when they're looking for a little fun? Bounce of course. This fantastically fun restaurant bar marries table tennis with British inspired cocktails and delicious wood fired pizza. Elegant and sociable; you might be lucky enough to be on a table next to Lucy, Stevie and Andy - deep in discussion over the latest gossip.
No 11 Pimlico Road may be on the border of Chelsea, but that doesn't mean it's out of site for the cast of Made in Chelsea. Wine and Dine like the trustafarian cast of Made in Chelsea, at one of the Royal Borough's most elegant and beautifully designed venues.
A short stroll from the King's Road lies Goat DRINK, a wonderful cocktail bar which is a firm favourite with the MIC cast. Expect to sip on some forgotten classics with Proudlock in the bar, before heading downstairs to Goat DINE and bumping into Lucy and Jamie enjoying some much needed Italian food after a day being beautiful.
The Botanist can be found on Sloane Square, in the heart of Chelsea. Always packed with the after work and Chelsea crowd, getting the bartender's attention here is somewhat of an art, however the mouth watering cocktails are well worth the wait. Treat yourself to one of their famous afternoon teas here whilst rubbing shoulders with the Made in Chelsea cast.
Stunning, bespoke and unique; if there's one bar that the Made In Chelsea cast have loved, it's Victorian Bath House. Not only renowned for ita bespoke innards, guests can expect a high end roster of wines and exquisite dining menus.
From craft coffee to craft ale, an excellent wine list and a cool atmosphere, it's not hard to imagine the MIC cast hanging out in Core. Set on Queen Street, the restaurant and bar has many faces, from quirky coffee joint by day, to tasty restaurant transforming into a hot dancing spot come night.
Head over to this Canary Wharf sky bar to rub shoulders with some of MIC's cast members. The spot has incredible views of London, along with a tasty cocktail list and Italian canapes.
It's not just luxe cocktail bars that get the Made In Chelsea going. Often spotted in the Putney ends, it's The Duke's Head that keeps the cast coming back for more thanks to its pretty spot, charming interiors and Sunday vibes.
Scaling the city's rooftops, it's no wonder that the Made In Chelsea gang couldn't resist the spoils of Aviary. From their plush, bird themed interiors and brunch to their rooftop terrace for those perfect summer drinks, this is the perfect all-rounder in London.
Who said darts was a stuffy old game? Not Flight Club, that's for sure. Join the bar in either Shoreditch or Bloomsbury for not only for some of the most unique entertainment in the business, there's lashings of pizza and cocktails to boot.
This Soho beauty is popular with the Made in Chelsea crew and no wonder; it's glamorous and a little hideaway from the madness of Soho. With a vibrant Brazilian inspired cocktail bar in the basement and singing barmaids serenading you as you drink, its packs a big punch.
Mixing the party hearty with plush dining, Sway is a cool and colourful blend of late night's and top noshing. Heralded for their sharing selection and DJs come sundown, head on down to Sway for the perfect blend of fun and food all night long.
The Made in Chelsea crew have been known to hot-foot it over to Mayfair to party at this stylish cocktail bar. With delicious martinis, a swish subterranean drinking den awaits, so make sure you pay them a visit. With various areas to enjoy, explore them all, or you might miss the cast partying into the early hours!
If you love a pub as much as the cast of Made in Chelsea seem to, then you are going to want to head to swanky West London spot The Phene. The traditional pub is perfect for everything from an intimate drink in their cosy upstairs lounge, through to a glass of Pimms in the beer garden come summer.
A darling and oh so dapper party spot just shy of Liverpool Street, Dirty Martini is a great destination for those that like cocktails and cavorting. Of which the Made in Chelsea gang would agree. Not only a DesignMyNight Award Winner, Dirty Martini Bishopsgate is a hot to trot destination for unique drinks, lush music and sweet hangs.
Decked out like a palace, this luxurious bar and restaurant boasts a beautiful interior and clientele including members of the infamous west London show.
Expect nothing less than incredible style and a seriously cool venue when it comes to a Made in Chelsea spot; step up Bronte, the West London restaurant and bar. Taking over an old venue, Bronte adds modern and well considered pieces to create a upmarket yet welcoming venue.