Jubilee Line Bars
An epic journey to go on, the Jubilee Line bar crawl is a worthy mountain to climb. Set between Zones 1-2, it's a northbound destination from North Greenwich through Canary Wharf, Waterloo and finally ending in Kilburn. Read on to check out our recommended bars along the Jubilee Line, all of which are well worth visiting.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
A quirky cocktail bar just a stone's throw from London Bridge, The Old School Yard is a really fun venue that comes with its own Nintendo Wii and karaoke rooms. With an impressive cocktail list to feast your eyes over, it's lively and entertaining providing the perfect pick me up for the long night ahead.
A chic and trendy speakeasy bar that happens to also be underground, 214 Bermondsey's speciality are Gin cocktails, meaning you have to try one when visiting. With 50 different types of gin, a range of recipes and even a "Gin Fight" blind test to find your favourite variation, you'll end up a Gin enthusiast whether you want to or not.
Fusing vintage glamour and contemporary socialising, Alice House in West Hampstead is a cool and ultra modern venue boasting a seriously impressive drinks selection. Regularly lauded by all who go through its doors, you're sure to come to love it as well.
A lively riverside bar, The Fine Line in Canary Wharf boasts an impressive selection of cocktails and real ales to choose from. The perfect destination venue for a few drinks before a big night out, enjoy some fine alfresco drinking or the cool modern interior but whatever the choice, you won't be disappointed.
A cool cocktail bar just down the road from the Tate Modern, The Refinery offers innovative cocktails, global wines in an all-round winning menu. Great anytime of the day, it also serves as an ideal mid-crawl rest stop with a more relaxed atmosphere and chilled out vibe.
Hop off at London Bridge and escape the busy streets to this unique little cocktail lounge tucked behind the station. Hide Bar comes with heaps of cool character and well equipped with a bar of expert mixologists who love the art of the cocktail. Looking into the history of drinks, they've curated a collection of cocktails are both fresh, unique and timeless.
A revolutionary pub, The Thirsty Bear in Waterloo has a very unique feature. Aside from serving great food and moreish cocktails, it also boasts a self-service bar. With iPads on each table, you can order your drinks then dispense them yourself from the tap on your table. If your hand eye coordination still working at this point, even better!
An all round incredible venue, Brooklyn Bowl really has it all. Three bars, a restaurant and the eponymous bowling alley make this place an ideal place to begin your journey. Play a few frames, have a few drinks and a bite to eat and you'll be ready for the rest of the night.
The final stop on what is a rather long journey, the Brondes Age is a buzzing DJ bar with a late night licence. With regular DJ nights, affordable drink deals and a cool and unpretentious atmosphere, it's a great place to celebrate the completion of this pub crawl.
A modern take on the traditional pub, The Volunteer near Baker Street have a unique collection of cask ales, 21 speciality draught beers, lagers & ciders, a carefully selected wine list, as well as a great selection of cocktails on offer.
Just a stone's throw from Bond Street, MEATliquor will likely be a welcome sight at this point in your journey. A No Meat, No Liquor policy, line your stomach with some much needed food whilst sipping on one of their many drinks on offer. It'll definitely be a much needed refuelling spot.