Bars Near Fleet Street
There's no doubt about it, the bars near Fleet Street are some of the most stylish and charismatic in the whole of London, catering for the most lavish and exciting celebrations and parties, or proving a perfect hideaway for a much needed after work drink or intimate business lunch. Finding these hidden gems though can be tricky, and that’s why we have come up with a list of the best places to go for a drink near Fleet Street.
Last updated on 25th July 2016
The ultimate wine bar in Fleet Street, Humble Grape know more than just the bottle. Not only a stunning and classic space prime for international bottles, their small plates selection is the ultimate accompaniment to an evening or afternoon spent whiling the time away.
Jamies Ludgate Wine Bar is a gorgeous venue oozing British charm and effortless sophistication. Offering a delicious menu of creative British cuisine and a generous selection of quality wines beers, spirits and champagnes, this venue on Ludgate Hill is the ultimate stop-off for all fine dining advocates.
A traditional London bar with a contemporary art-deco twist, The White Swan in Holborn is a drinking and dining delight at any time of day. Situated over two floors, this spacious setting is a combination of a stylish first floor restaurant and a cosy pub setting downstairs, where guests will find a selection of well-kept draught ales, cocktails and an impressive wine list.
One of the best kept secrets in London is The Last Bar in Holborn; a stylish and lively venue deceptively hidden away behind a bland and office-like exterior. Those who venture inside will discover a luxurious setting of floor-to-ceiling windows, clean cut wooden décor, an open plan kitchen and a lavish food and drinks menu.
Housed in the former law courts of the Bank of England, this stunning space deserves a title much grander than traditional punters pub. The interior exudes opulence with dark varnished lifted by glowing lights and mezzanine levels skirted by intricate balconies. Faming the homemade pie craft, The Old Bank of England plates up homey treats and warming ales branding pub grub with an air of sophistication.
Fancy spending your evening being wined and dined in a cosy and romantic setting, with access to generous wine list and a delicious food menu bursting full of purse-friendly options? If so, you should book a table at Jamies Tudor Street; a spacious wine bar and restaurant spread over two floors, with great service, a friendly vibe and the very best of British bar charm.
Fleet Street isn't just the home of Britain's newspaper industry, it's also a great place to go for a drink - particularly at the Grand Union Chancery Lane. Blow off some steam and escape the busy streets in this cosy, relaxed bar. Chill during the day and indulge in a delicious sharing platter with friends or head out at night to taste some of the perfectly balanced cocktails on offer.
Tiki-inspired Kanaloa London is one of the most atmospheric and exciting bars near Fleet Street. With exotic, tropical style décor, a stunning bar, club and lounge - and even a Treetops retreat where guests can mingle among palm trees and chill on the beach – Kanaloa is a visual spectacle and buzzing with charisma.