Best Bars in Fitzrovia
Located at the North of London's Soho, hence the sassy new term Noho, Fitzrovia is the home of some great bars including some top notch basement haunts and lush cocktail bars. Nightlife here is a more easy-going but sophisticated version of Soho's nightlife, thanks to its mountain of mixology masters and air of elegance. Fitzrovia certainly isn't packed with strip clubs and if you're looking for a more refined Soho, well this is the place to come.
Last updated on 27th March 2017
Not only once a DesignMyNight award winner in 2011, The London Cocktail Club in Fitzrovia near Goodge Street is a heralded home to all things mixology. Located in a basement, the London Cocktail Club is edgy, cool yet refined with it's high-quality delicious cocktails made by some of London's most talented bartenders. This cocktail bar in Fitzrovia is perfect for those after unique tipples with attitude.
Ping pong tables, shot wheels and crazy Scandinavian traditions all fuse together to create this fun-time party bar in Fitzrovia. Nordic Bar celebrates the food, drink and buzzing party culture that hails from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Expect to be dancing all night to the freshest tunes and possibly having to wear a cone on your head and shout 'Skaol' before downing your drink!
Looking for a unique bar in Fitzrovia with the top notch cocktails to match? Cutesy, kitsch and brimming with character, head on down to Simmons Fitzrova for zany interiors set alongside cool cocktails and one of the best happy hour's in London.
While great food is still at the heart of Elysée's ethos, an impressive refurbishment has seen the addition of a stylish cocktail bar, sumptuous private dining area and 700 square foot roof garden. This, along with live jazz and Greek music, plate smashing and a late license until 3.30am allows guests to indulge in a fantastic night out all under one roof.
The Refinery offers seasonal food and a catalogue of wines in a relaxed, refreshing Fitzrovia plot. Alight at Warren Street and stroll inside, there’s every reason to visit for an early morning meeting or some late night lounging alike. There’s signature flatbreads, fresh salads, 10oz t-bone steaks and immaculately presented cocktails to get better acquainted with.
Located in the BFI's West End base, Stephen St Kitchen is an modern and airy bar in the heart of Fitzrovia. The spacious diner serves everything from cocktails through to bottomless Prosecco; sip on their margaritas at the bar or snuggle up in a booth for a date night with a difference.
The Lucky Pig just so happens to be one of the coolest bars in Fitzrovia. The interiors are packed with shabby chic wallpaper, a grand 1920s style bar and cosy chesterfield sofas to sink into – but if that wasn’t enough, they happen to know how to party as well. With live music, DJs and an inspiring cocktail menu, you know where to go next time you want to have fun in London.
This subterranean drinking den has hints of New York's bar scene with spot lights, exposed brickwork and old school touches, it's a dive bar with London finesse strapped on for good party measure. With plenty of spaces and areas to book, a fantastic happy hour and a superb location, The Roxy is a great spot for drinks in the evening, and totes one of the coolest crowds that Fitzrovia has to boast.
A stunning restaurant bar in Fitzrovia, House of Ho is one of the most notable dining institutions just shy of Soho. Not only will you be impressed by high-end Eastern fare, their cocktails are exclusively handmade in one of their many townhouse bars.
Bourne and Hollingsworth is about as quirky as they come with; located in Fitzrovia, the bar has a bright and beautiful colour scheme with lots of armchairs and painting. Their cocktail list is just as original as the building with unique twists on old classics.
Central London venue Reverend JW Simpsons is a completely unique London spot. The former home of its namesake, the bar has partitions, old sofas and original decor as well as a cocktail list that uses seasonal and foraged ingredients.
Saddling up a slice of Mexican motown in Fitzrovia, Mezcaleria serves up crafty Mezcal concoctions by the sombrero full. This bar isn't short of that all important Mexican twang with its kaleidoscopic colour ways and sintilatingly smoky range of tequila classics. Wahaca's homegrown nest of Mexican marvels is a tasty delight for all those fanatics out there looking to enjoy a tequila tipple.
Jerusalem marries a relaxing ambience with exquisite European food and drink to make this one of the area's top hangouts; An rich little treasure with the atmosphere to match Its equally versatile, so whether you're looking to pop in for a light bite to eat, a couple of quiet after work drinks or a vibrant evening out, Jerusalem's got space for you.
The Punch Room is an elegant, refined watering hole tucked away in the London Edition Hotel. Evoking a manor house library feel with its oak panelling and soothing vintage soul playlist, The Punch Room offers an opulent yet relaxing retreat in which to enjoy a drink or two. The bar is famed for its punch bowls; be sure to try the gin infused Edition punch with jasmine tea and oak moss.