Bars near Embankment
Just shy of the water, offering close proximity to Charing Cross and access across the bridge to Southbank, Embankment is ever a bustling hot spot of activity, but where to drink when you get there? From hidden gems and cocktail bars to casual pubs, check out our list of bars near Embankment for an informal bevvie or three.
Last updated on 2nd May 2017
Great decor, great drinks and a brilliant DJ, who could ask for more? Bar staff circle the floor offering shots which will really get your night going and before you know it everyone is hitting the dance floor and having a good old dance. The cover charge is £10, which isn't too bad considering it is generally quite an expensive area, and the cheap drinks make up for it anyway.
Promising to be one of the hottest events for summer 2017, Jimmy's BBQ Club is a two-storey venue near Embankment. Head upstairs for an honesty bar, which serves everything from beer kegs through to refreshing gin and tonics.
Boasting a sophisticated dining area, a basement bar, an extensive wine list and delicious British food, Jamies Tudor Street has become a well known restaurant bar near Embankment. This cool bar is perfect for after work drinks, private events or just a lovely meal any day of the week.
Bar&co is located and moored at Temple Pier, and running as a fully licensed bar, restaurant and nightclub and hosts a number of events. Only 5 minutes from Holborn and right outside Temple Station in this unique location with views to the London Eye, Big Ben and Oxo tower, as you can imagine - and will soon find out - it's fantastic.
When you go to an Adventure bar, you always know you are in for an easy going fun night out with lots and lots of fun, and that is exactly what this bar delivers. A cool and casual place for drinks near Embankment, enjoy their cut-price cocktails and lively music until the early hours.
A cosy wine bar located beneath the arches of Charing Cross, head to Champagne Charlie’s for fresh British food and a crisp glass of wine. It’s a shoo-in for after-work drinks, and the host of private dining rooms come complete with all kinds of antiques and quirky trinkets.