Metropolitan Line Bars

London's forgotten son, the Metropolitan Line is a seriously far-reaching tube line. The only line to go as far as Zone 9 (which is definitely not even in London), it definitely serves its purpose, cutting through an important part of the Central Line and giving you access to a number of great bars. So read on and check out our recommended Metropolitan Line Bars between Zones 1 and 2.


284 user reviews 4

Split over two levels, The Gable in Moorgate is a fine drinking institution that's always worth checking out. Upstairs is more of a relaxed dining area whereas the cellar is a raucous club with plush leather furnishings, disco balls and an upbeat  music policy. Always an affordable night out, the Gable is a great fun party bar. 

Iberica Marylebone

177 user reviews 4

Located just minutes from Goodge Street, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street stations, this central London restaurant is a perfect spot for feasting on hearty Spanish dishes. Alongside gorgeous interiors and a split-level restaurant, you'll find Mediterranean food and drinks.

The Albany

23 user reviews 4

The Albany is a fantastic pub that's regularly lauded for its amazing drinks, fresh and seasonal cuisine, and friendly and pleasant atmosphere. An impressively well stocked bar, choose from 13 of the finest craft beers and ciders, five real ales, 29 quality wines and a range of spirits. You're really spoilt for choice. 


The Volunteer

6 user reviews 4

Just a stroll from Regent's Park and Sherlock Holmes Museum, The Volunteer Pub near Baker Street is a great place to grab a drink for those in the area. Usually hosting a exuberant crowd, the ambience is always lively in this central pub. An ideal starting point, with some great food available to accompany your drinks.