One of the best bars in Kensington, Dirty Bones is serving up a winning combo of New York-style chic and potent sips. Head over any weekday for a £5 happy hour from 5pm till 7pm or push the boat out with a weekend bottomless brunch where 90 minutes of free-flowing cocktails are up for grabs.
Brilliant Bars in Kensington
Home to some of London's best museums, landmarks and shopping districts, it's no surprise that this sought-after area also has a great drinking scene. Whether you want a fun night painting the High Street red, or relaxed drinks in one of the many swanky craft beer establishments, these bars in Kensington have something for you.
Aubaine is an intimate haunt designed for all your dinner party needs. Combining Parisian charm with classic interiors and a menu packed with delectable dishes, this French gem also has a number of wines, Champagne and classic cocktails available.
Set in a gorgeous old dining room, Scoff & Banter is a quintessentially British restaurant and bar near the Natural History Museum. Alongside hearty plates of comfort food, they also offer up an impressive menu of wines and quirky cocktails, including watermelon mules and pisco eldersours.
Located along Russell Gardens sits Ricco Lounge and Club, a stylish art deco-inspired bar in Kensington. Great for date nights, this cocktail spot hosts a number of live music nights and DJ sets for those of you looking to party.
Sure, you've seen 100 Queen's Gate all over your Instagram feed, but did you know that this Kensington hotel is home to a gorgeous subterranean cocktail bar? Think Victorian vibes with ornate decor and a menu showcasing the best in small plates and innovative tipples.
Zuaya are taking your date night drinks up a notch with lush interiors - think gold accents, floral decorations, stylish seating - and gorgeous cocktails. They also welcome in a roster of musicians come the weekend and whip up a number of tapas and sharing plates if you get peckish.
Sleek decor, fine wines and premium steaks... this bar and kitchen is knocking it out the park when it comes to drinking and dining in Kensington. Nestled along Old Brompton Road, The Duke of Clarence is a fail-safe option for an evening with friends.
Take a liquid tour through London's notorious past with a trip to Hereford Arms. Nowadays you'll find a cosy pub serving up classic grub and cold pints, but back in the day it used to be known as the infamous drinking spot of Jack the Ripper.