Disabled Access Bars in London

From stunning restaurants and delicious cocktail bars to happy hour hang-outs, we have put together a list of some of the best disabled access bars in London. This list contains venues that have wheelchair access, disabled toilets, are spacious and have proven track records for ease of use for people with mobility difficulties, with great food and drink to boot. 

The Refinery, Bankside

647 user reviews 4

A top wheelchair friendly restaurant in London, The Refinery excudes an industrial sophistication, softened with touches of colour and texture throughout. The buzz and culinary theatre of the open plan kitchen can be enjoyed from the comfort of the restaurant, while the luxury of space allows diners to enjoy quieter corners for business lunches or corporate meetings.

Fourpure Basecamp

53 user reviews 5

If you're balmy about craft beer then Fourpure is the spot for you. Located in Bermondsey, the tap room is stocked full of unique blends that have been brewed in the onsite brewery. To line your stomach, Oh My Dog! is on hand with American-inspired eats, including some very naughty looking burgers.

Gigis Hoxton

198 user reviews 4

Hoxton Square is where you will find Zigfrid Von Underbelly, a bar full of quirks and attitude. With an interior that is as eclectic as they come Zigfrid Von Underbelly's is a mish mash of different styles and cultures. Zigfrid Von Underbelly serves a range of cocktails, alongside the usual beers, wine and spirits accompanied with live music or DJ sets, Zigfrid Von Underbelly provides their customers with an experience they will not forget.


40 user reviews 4

With disabled access, a lift and disabled toilets, Greenwood is a great spot for catching all the latest sporting fixtures. Located in Victoria, the space is chock full of screens, showing everything from world cups through to finals. Pair that with hearty burgers and craft beer from the ETM Group's brewery and you're on to a winner.

St. Barts Brewery

261 user reviews 5

St. Barts Brewery is one of the most elegant pubs with disabled access in London. Step inside this 120-cover venue and you'll be greeted by a gorgeous historical space, which also has disabled toilets. These chaps are happy to serve you whatever time of day - head inside of a morning for a proper full English fry up or pop by of an evening to sample some of their awesome ales.