Ruby Blue is a sumptuous bar of dark decors and warm, low lighting features creating a intimate space perfect for some after work drinks or late night shenanigans. Fantastic views over Leicester Square can be appreciated form the outdoor terrace making this lounge bar a hubbub of entertainment and budget friendly boozing.
Best Leicester Square Bars
Leicester Square is one of London's most famed districts, renowned for its cherished theatres, spectacular film premieres and ever-bustling destinations. A popular destination for tourists yearning to explore the city's nightlife, Leicester Square is definitely a hot-spot for entertainment and dancing every night of the week. Karaoke, cocktails, night clubs or intimate DJ bars, you name it, Leiscester Square has it and we've got a list of the best to give you a little nudge in the right direction.
This boutique bar is a West End hit for those looking for a place to bust some shapes on the dance floor. Every night welcomes a weird and wonderful theme, with anything from Cowboys and Cowgirls to Where's Wally making an appearance. Bar Rumba is a Leicester Square hot spot for a a good party and some hella long happy hours
Serving up some of the most innovative cocktails in the West End, this bar and restaurant just shy of Leicester Square boasts a stunning array of signature sips, perfect for a few pre-theatre beverages. Adding their own splash of theatricality to the mix, Alchemist drinks are a little outside the norm, with items that fizz, pop and light up.
Just moments from The National Gallery sits All Bar One, your new favourite bar in Leicester Square. Whether you're catching up with friends over a bottle of wine, a glass of cocktails, or sitting down to feast on one of their British pub classics dishes after work, then settle in here.
Sitting between Leicester Square and Soho, The Perception Bar delivers everything for the socialites of London. Prepared for exhilarating interiors, bold cocktails, delicious dishes and music events that attracts people from all over London.
The epitome of a fun time London bar, Zoo is the perfect place to get your mates together for a lively night of drinking and dancing until the early hours. In the heart of Leicester Square, this bar attracts a young party crowd with an opulent bar area and large clubbing spec where music to the beats of commercial, house, hip hop and R'n'B is played out every weekend.
Nestled at the heart of the West End's famous social setup, you'll find The Long Acre in pole position on Upper St. Martin's Lane. Come for a relaxing brunch, enjoy a wallet-friendly lunch deal or dinner and cocktails, with the party vibes continuing until 3am, six days a week.
Looking for places to drink in Leicester Square? Make The Lost Alhambra a priority, as the quirky West End watering hole brings you cocktails that are as Instagrammable as its interiors, as well as burgers from Dip & Flip.
Piccadilly Institute is renowned as one of London's biggest party palaces with six different bar areas each individually themed to explore and playing a selection of commercial/pop hits, hip hop and R'n'B tunes. With a late licence and one hell of a rosta of international DJs behind the sound system, this Leicester Square venue is a heaving night life spot where drinks, dancing and general debauchery come as standard.
Opium is a Leicester Square bar that merges New York speakeasy with a taste of the Orient. They deliver seasonal Oriental themed cocktails exploring and mixing a large variety of authentic Chinese ingredients in an inspired Asian luxe setting. This cocktail parlour cum Dim Sum den is a lair of mixology mastery and unique tastes paired with sumptuous Asian cuisine.
Located in the basement of Peruvian restaurant Lima Floral, this hidden gem serves pisco and cocktails that give you all the flavours of South America. With its laid back vibe and stylish soundtrack, you can enjoy a stunning selection of drinks featuring Mexican mezcal, Brazilian cachaca and Venezuelan rum, in a really unique setting.
Looking for drinks in Leicester Square? If you've got a sweet spot for decent hops, then head to BrewDog Seven Dials where you'll find 3 floors of chilled out space, 20 different beers on tap and a function room for private events.
This iconic spot is sure to go down a storm with music lovers, with a plethora of memorabilia including the telephone box from One Direction's 'Take Me Home' album cover. After taking in the A-list decor, sit back in one of their banquets and enjoy some American classics.