Bars Near Hyde Park in London

These bars provide a perfect pit stop from a lovely stroll through one of London's best parks or after a solid shopping session. Owing to their Mayfair proximity, they are usually very elegant, yet quite quiet (tourists don't tend to drink in the day, unlike Londoners) and are all just a short distance from a very beautiful London park. Check out our recommendations for the best bars near Hyde Park in our list below.

Last updated on 31st October 2019




The Portman

7 user reviews 4

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Nestled within Portman Village, within strolling distance from Marble Arch, is the charming - and fittingly named - The Portman. Head to the gastropub for their extensive wine menu and guest ales but stay for their mouth-watering Modern European menu.

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From their whopping Full English through to seasonal dishes using locally sourced ingredients, The Pickled Hen is an all-day hangout that makes for a perfect pitstop in Marylebone. The large dining room smacks of traditional charm, with a simple mix of earthy tones and crushed velvet chairs, while the bar stocks a slick list of beers and wines.

Aubaine Notting Hill

18 user reviews 5

Set up in the Hilton Hotel, Aubaine is the perfect spot to get out of the Hyde Park wilderness and into a relaxing, delicious restaurant. Popular with both tourists and locals alike, they serve up the best in French and European cuisine, making it an ideal place for chilled out bite to eat throughout the day.

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Located just off Oxford Street, Sourced Market is a stone's throw from Hyde Park. Perfect for drinks after a day of shopping or a post-work refuel, this farmers' market-style spot is all about British bites, diverse platters and craft drinks. You'll also find them in Victoria.

Trader Vic's

6 user reviews 5

Trader Vic's offers a tiki getaway from one of London's most glamorous postcodes. Influences come from as far afield as the Med, Middle East and Asia, with an exhaustive cocktail list featuring the 1944 recipe for the original Mai Tai. Savour all kinds of tiki mixes and line your stomach with grub cooked via the Chinese wood-fired ovens.