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.




1920 Bar

30 user reviews 4

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. 

Duke on the Green

367 user reviews 4

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. 

Notting Hill Arts Club

11 user reviews 4

A pioneering music and arts venue, the Notting Hill Arts Club is an incredible nightclub regularly offering unique and amazing nights out. With everything from live bands, DJs and arts exhibitions, there's always something going on. With daily drinks offers on as well, it's the best way to celebrate a momentous ending to a bar crawl.

The KPH

1 user review 4

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.