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 17th April 2019




The Thirsty Bear

275 user reviews 4

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!

The Hide Bar

5 user reviews 4

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.

All Day Happy Hour on Selected Cocktails and 1 other offer

Not only does this chilled out Brasilian restaurant have a special Caipirinha bar, but you'll even find a gorgeous terrace which is perfect for pitching up on when the weather permits. One for all the family, the menu is true to South America, focusing on skewers and vibrant dishes.

The Old School Yard

5 user reviews 5

Any cocktail £4.50, Two beers for £5

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.