Hidden behind a simple blue door, this weird and wonderful Fulham bar offers a world of bottomless brunches, lavish dinners, killer cocktails and the ultimate party atmosphere.
Best Fulham Bars
Fulham is a vibrant West London area that hugs the borders of Chelsea and welcomes a young, affluent crowd with a penchant for partying. Rich in bar boozing, pubs, chic clubs and some exquisite eateries, Fulham is a haven of good night out on the lash. There's homey punter pads, swish cocktail bars and plush clubbing lairs to discover in this Western borough so peruse our list of the latest and greatest places to hit when you find yourself out West.
Kona Kai brings the Polynesian party ashore with its beach shack style bar and cheeky Tiki tipples. Try out this Hawaiian den where seashell light features, wooden totem pole drinks and flaming libations come as standard. All aboard this exotic express of tropical cool, hula skirts and island antics right in the centre of Fulham.
Tucked away in the quitter streets behind Queens Tennis Club is The Colton Arms, your stop for pints and easy-flowing conversation. Here you'll find friendly staff and an atmosphere welcoming to newcomers and regulars alike, as well as a kitchen delivering some delicious, seasonal British treats.
Popularly known as Fulham's 'village pub', The Rose is about as comfortable and relaxed as pubs come. With a great atmosphere and one of the best beer gardens in town, The Rose features a strong range of wines, premium spirits, classic cocktails and regularly rotating bottled beers on its drinks menu. Food is freshly prepared and in the form of hearty pub grub, with burgers, steaks and lobster cooked on the BBQ come summertime.
McGettigan's is the Irish bar where everyone is welcome. Offering up a wonderful range of Irish food – from traditional dishes to pub-grub classics – for lunch and dinner and allegedly some of the best Guinness in England, you are guaranteed to have a good time in this jovial pub. But add in live music and sports playing on the screens when you want it and you've got no reason to leave.
Take a wee trip upstairs from the Goat Dine restaurant and step into a chic space of New York cool and plush blue furnishings. Goat Drink oozes sleek decor, a cosy loft feel and a drinks menu cultivated from two industry mixology masters to bring you classic concoctions with Modern twists. Host to DJs at the weekends and more than a few raucous romps, Goat Drink is one lush little Fulham bar primed to be explored.
The cocktail empire strikes again as another Simmons takes to a spot south of the river in Fulham. A parlour of kitsch tricks and treats, Simmons is as quaint as can be and a favourite for their epic happy hour which will see you through for a full 5 hour afterwork session.
Hankering for a bevvie by the river? Looking for gastro grub that will have you belly rubbing the whole way home? Then why not try the maritime tidings of The Blue Boat? Heralded for its kitsch nooks, nautical flecks and top selection of London ales, The Blue Boat is brimming with pub charm.
With great cocktails and quirky interiors, The Courtyard is swiftly becoming one of the best bars in Fulham. Described as a place where 'nature meets mankind', the botanical decor and comfortable furniture make it a perfect sanctuary after a long day.
It wouldn't be right when talking about some of the best bars in Fulham to not include one of the area's favourite pubs. A cutesy gem in the heart of Parsons Green, Duke on the Green follows suit with the leafy suburb offering British dishes and cold pints aplenty.
Located just minutes from Fulham Broadway station, this slinky spot is an ideal pick for dinner and drinks. Whether you're making your way through the huge selection of wines or tucking into seasonal small plates, you can't go wrong at Vagabond.
The Waterside bar and restaurant is spoiled with great views and romantic sunsets over the River Thames. Gracing the banks of Imperial Wharf this Fulham bar serves up cocktails, global wines and has an impressive assortment of ales and lagers on draft. The interior is modern and stylish and with a heated terrace you can enjoy alfresco drinks with river views in any weather.
Brimming with colour and interior tact, The Cock Tavern isn't your average pub in Fulham. From quiz nights and Sunday roasts down to a roster of craft beer, an open fireplace and quirky furniture, this is a venue in the city with a little flair to its name.
This quirky spot by the Broadway is not only a lovely place to stop for lunch, but is also great for drinks once the sun goes down. The space practically oozes charm with its Edwardian Underground-themed decor and furnishings to revel in with a cocktail or two.