Northern Line Bars

Now we aren't going to say that the very best London bars are located on the Northern Line, but we are going to strongly imply it. Sure, things can get pretty ugly at peak times, but this oft-criticised route stops at some of the most fashionable places in the capital, and Stockwell. Read on to check out our list of the best Northern Line bars in London.


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Get off the Northern Line at London Bridge and you'll find a treat in Omeara. Boasting both a 320 capacity live music venue and a Mexican cantina serving up the finest tequila and cocktails around, there's lots to keep you entertained. But step out onto the terrace and you'll find spectacular views of Southwark Cathedral and the Shard.

Unwined In Tooting

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Making your way down the Northern Line one drink at a time? Then you'd best stop off in Tooting. Hidden in the heart of the iconic Tooting Market, join the darling Unwined In Tooting for a night of some of the best bottles of wine and charcuterie in the business.

Venn St. Records

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Located in the heart of Clapham Common, Venn Street Records brings an alternative twist to your night out. This vinyl-clad, rock 'n' roll drinkers den is where regular live acts take the stage and the bar team knock-up cocktails like the aptly named AC/Daquiri. Seek out the statement neon sign and head inside for happy hour discounts and a cheap yet fun date night.


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Bringing you late night music from live DJs and artists alongside colourful interiors and a vibrant atmosphere, this north London club makes a great party destination. Make your way to Mornington Crescent where you'll find space for 400 and great drinks.

Perfectly placed between the station and the O2 Kentish Forum, The Oxford Tavern is more than just a local's pub. Offering an impressive array of craft beer from local, regional and international creators, it's a must for any beer-lovers exploring the Northern Line.