Hammersmith And City Line Bars

If you're one of those who argues that much of the Hammersmith & City Line is pointless considering it's served by other lines; you have got a fair point. But we'd like to point out that - while it has its critics - this line drops you on the doorstep of some of London's leading nightspots too. Read on to check out our list of the best Hammersmith and City Line bars in Zones 1 and 2!




Distillers

2 user reviews 5

If you're in need of a charming watering hole where craft beers, quirky character and dreamy dishes reign supreme, head to Fulham Palace Road where you'll find Distillers. There's even live music and local artists taking to the stage to spice things up a little.

Union Tavern

22 user reviews 4

A real gem in the West London's crown, alight at Westbourne Park for a fine craft beer and bite to eat. Is the sun out? You'll want to get outside and check out their Canal-side garden, then, which is perfect for a spot of alfresco drinking in the summer. Expect a serious array of beers, from Hackney to the Czech Republic and everywhere in between.

1920 Bar

30 user reviews 4

Moments from Farringdon station is 1920's Bar, a hip and happening cocktail bar that exudes a real party feel. Love your pool? You can't miss this one then, four full-sized tables to showcase your skills on while you feast on their delicious burgers and enjoy a refreshing cocktail. Ideal for private hire, the venue's trusted resident plays tunes from pretty much every genre for you to have a little boogie to. 

Simmons King's Cross

191 user reviews 4

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One minute from King's Cross, Simmons is a late night bar and venue that you really ought to visit at least once. An irresistible casserole of innovative cocktails, happy hour deals, intimate club nights, quirky interiors and a notoriously eclectic music policy; Simmons is a renowned venue that draws crodws from all over. A real asset to the Hamersmith & City line. 

The Kenton

111 user reviews 5

Ok, so this one is a fair way out from Mile End station, but we'll argue the case that it's well worth the visit anyway. A friendly, Norweigan-owned pub that offers a top range of wines, cocktails, beers and ales in a relaxed setting. Film nights, pub quizzes and DJ nights are just part of the medley of entertainment you can expect, and there's also a lovely beer-garden to make yourself comfy in.