Patch East is a cocktail bar based in the City of London that captures the creative and quirky character of Shoreditch. With a number of different seating areas, all decorated with a particular quirky theme, the cocktail menu complements the venue's overall charm.
Best Bars In Bank London
Planning a night out in the heart of London’s bustling city district? Well, we should think so; it is a haven for exclusive members haunts, secretive basement bars and grandiose pubs steeped in history after all. An area perfect for some after-work tomfoolery and packed with enough quality venues that you'll be staying out to make a night of it, check out our shortlist of the best bars in Bank.
Head over to Eastcheap where this new bar and live music venue is bringing you stunning performances every night of the week. Alongside epic tunes, you'll be treated to great cocktails whipped up by their fun-loving bar staff and some delicious pizzas to wash it down with.
Head on over Simmons Bank for cocktails in a teapot, neon signs and quirky interiors (as well as one of the best happy hours in London). With DJs blasting all your favourite 80s, 90s, 00s and current hits, including pop, funk, soul, RnB, house and hip hop, you can be sure of a fun night out or after work drinks in the City.
What better way top enjoy a drink in Bank, than in an old banking hall, right? An easy walk from both Monument and Bank stations combined, The Counting House is a true celebration of the British pub, dating all the way back to the 1800s.
This stylish restaurant and bar in Bank is known for its expert mixologists and innovative Indian cuisine. With over 500 spirits behind the bar, there's plenty of scope for experimenting, and the delicious Asian fare coupled with modern interiors make for a strong all-round package.
Located along Gresham Street, The Anthologist is your one-stop shop for delicious drinks and tasty food in the City. What's on the menu? A range of classic and signature cocktails, plus an impressive selection of wines and beers. What's more, there's also some tasty food if you should get hungry.
Situated smack bang in the middle of the city is Core: a fresh, fun-loving hangout that like nothing more than leaving inhibitions at the door and eating, drinking and dancing into the early hours. An absolute winner for quirky cocktails and delicious craft beers.
Be at One Monument was the first to venture into the square mile. It was also the first split-level of its kind with two bars; a bright, airy bar at ground level and an intimate basement bar, both designed with classic wood panelling with the old-school city in mind.
Break free from the office and head straight to Forge, where the City's work weary come to let their hair down. Peckish? Good - there's a plethora of grilled goodies from the kitchen to sort you out. Treat yourself to a few cocktails, then wind up for a foray on to the dance floor.
The Tokenhouse offers a flexible, unpretentious space, perfect for lunch or drinks. This exciting city bar near Bank is a glittering example of Square Mile style, and ideal for intimate gatherings or large parties with its stylish interiors and cosy feel.
With an extensive wine list that pairs perfectly with a selection of European plates, Vinoteca is a great choice for food and drinks in the City. Expect breakfast, lunch and dinner washed down with vino by the glass or bottle.
Perfect for the post-work crowd, this unique cocktail bar and restaurant near Aldgate offers a stunning selection of food and drink to keep any party happy. From classic cocktails with a side of theatrics, to delicious burgers and vegan curries, it's one of the best bars near Bank.
Regularly drawing a handsome crowd of dapper chaps and glamorous girls, Dirty Martini is your perfect haven from the hustle and bustle of the city above. Dip down to the basement to unveil this cavern of cool, where the martinis always hit the spot and the DJ plays till late.
For top-notch boozers in the City of London, Goldwood Sports Pub & Kitchen ia a classic place to catch all the latest sports fixtures all while sipping on freshly pulled pints. With 20 different HD screens, it's the perfect plot come game days.
For an alternative night out near Bank, venture into Proud Cabaret City where an evening of 1920s glamour and entertainment awaits. Fill up with a vintage-inspired three course meal whilst being wowed by beautiful burlesque performers, live jazz music and firebreathing.
Whether you're after a quick tipple in sultry surrounds or prefer a slap-up steak, The Factory House has got it. The basement bar is serving up industrial style, along with excellent wines and grill dishes, all moments from Bank.
Looking for somewhere suave within strolling distance of Bank? Demon, Wise & Partners is a to-die-for basement bar beneath The Arbitrager, where the vibes are luxuriously seductive and the cocktails are shaken up using the finest spirits in the business.
Sitting adjacent to Lloyd's of London is the Lamb Tavern, a historic bar and dining space with bags of history. It's overlooked the iconic Leadenhall Market since 1780 and is still one of the most popular joints in the area, with a menu of classic pub grub and ample drink selection.
London Cocktail Club have become legends in the city's mixology circles. Their Monument bar, based just a stone's throw away from Bank, is inspired by Britain's most prestigious names from the 70s and features a number of subtle references to artists like Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood.
For high-tech mini golf in the heart of the City, Puttshack's Bank venue is sorting you for all that and more. Sat directly next to the tube station in the area's main thoroughfare, you'll find a souped-up take on the classic game, alongside cocktails and loads of tasty food to tuck into.