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 28th February 2022




The Volunteer

6 user reviews 4

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.

A stone's throw from Waterloo station, The Understudy is one of the best bars on the Jubilee Line. Perfect if you're a West Londoner hoping to meet friends from the East, the central location promises easy access to all, alongside tasty street food and river views.

The Hide Bar

139 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.

Heads + Tails

331 user reviews 5

Hop off the Jubilee Line at West Hampstead and you'll uncover beaut drinking destination Heads + Tails, which is fronting two very different spaces. There's a gorgeous airy bar above, with a sultry den of leather chairs and whisky-laced cocktails below.

MEATliquor

2 user reviews 4

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.