With stunning interiors that feature steel pipes details, red leather booths and plush velvet chairs alongside delicious food, tasty cocktails and fresh beer, this Sheperd's Bush spot is ideal any time of day.
Circle Line Bars
The Circle Line isn't what it used to be. Literally. Originally going in full circles, in recent years it has added an extra line meaning it is more bottle shaped than anything. In any case, this just means it goes through an even wider choice of areas, which of course means more bars. Read on to to check out our recommended Circle Line bars within Zones 1-2.
Spanish tapas dishes are accompanied by an extensive wine list at this Fleet Street restaurant. Famous for attracting journalists and barristers, you can take in the rustic charm over sharing plates and a glass of Spain's finest.
A decadent drinking den in the heart of Great Portland Street, The Lucky Pig is a fantastic cocktail bar that never disappoints. With live music and DJs on to keep you going, they boast an impressive range of cocktails and other drinks, this venue is definitely one of the best spots in the area.
Halfway there, Corney and Barrow near Liverpool Street station is a definite must. A brilliant summertime destination, they boast a great array of drinks from cocktails, wine, beer and spirits that can all be enjoyed in a refined yet casual atmosphere.
If you're looking for a great bar near the Circle Line then look no further than Proud Embankment. This two storey venue is the largest opening from the Proud brand so far and serves as a perfect spot for dinner, drinks, a stunning cabaret show or a big old boogie.
A canal side bar, Grand Union in Paddington is a unique spot boasting fresh and modern vibes. Prices are very reasonable as you are blessed with a happy hour every day with £5 cocktails, they also have regular DJs playing Funk, Soul and Indie to keep you entertained.
This east London branch of the infamous London Cocktail Club is home to a freaky circus theme, complete with booze-fuelled roulette, optical illusion artwork, a quirky basement bar and trippy candy cane booths.
A party bar in the heart of City of London, Revolution Bar America Square is always an incredibly fun night out. A lively atmosphere no matter the night, Revolution are known for their party vibes in a unique setting that combines opulent Manhattan design with a twist of Soviet spirit.
Pitcher & Piano has made their name across the country with delicious and affordable dishes, including a scrumptious choice of small plates - perfectly washed down with cocktails during the happy hour.
1920's Bar is everything the name would suggest. This Farringdon venue is a stylish cocktail bar with a great party vibe with their own resident DJ bringing an eclectic mix of tunes from pretty much every genre. Serious about their cocktails, enjoy some fine drinks before you hit the next stop on the crawl.
Originally a Merchants house, this rustic wine bar brings you wine from around the world, alongside a Spanish-inspired food menu featuring tapas and flavourful dishes only minutes from Monument station.
Starting off in Hammersmith, the cool and trendy venue Be At One is right in the heart The Broadway and an ideal place to begin. With 147 amazing cocktails on offer, generous happy deals and some remarkable mixologists at hand, you won't be disappointed. One of the best cocktail chains in the country, its popularity speaks for itself.
An excellent night out in the heart of the city, Camino Monument is always a great choice without having to break the bank. A Spanish inspired venue, they're regularly lauded for their fine drinks and cuisine, especially their sangria which is a popular choice amongst discerning customers.
Working your way across the Circle Line and just so happen to be stopping off at Parsons Green? There's one venue you that you definitely shouldn't miss. A cutesy gastro pub with British bites and pints to its name, Duke on the Green promises the ultimate in laid-back drinking and dining.
The KPH is a traditional and elegant public house just a stone's throw away from Ladbroke Grove. Sat between Portobello Market and Notting Hill, it's a historic venue that's seen some of the earliest performances from Sir Tom Jones. Serving authentic American diner food that's perfect for lining your stomach, enjoy your meal with their great range of drinks on offer.