Charing Cross's Asia De Cuba blends the wonderful tastes and flavours of Asia with, you guessed it, Cuba. Situated in a truly striking setting, guests are treated to a sophisticated yet chilled atmosphere while they tuck into the outstanding food on offer. Highly rated among locals and visitors alike, it's definitely worth the visit.
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.
Clapham Common's playful cocktail bar 64th & Social gets the ball rolling on our tour of the Northern Line. Offering exotic cocktails and relaxing vibes during the week, lively DJ nights move things through the gears once the weekend rolls around.
Found yourself close to the Northern Line and looking to jump off at the best local bar? Then why not hop off at Clapham North for not only fusion Japanese and Brazilian dining, there's cocktail treats galore to be found at Mommi.
The team at All Bar One on Villiers Street are no strangers to hosting fun nights out in London. Armed with a fully stocked bar and having created a number of signature and classic cocktails, the venue prides itself on offering guests a fun, serene way to relax and unwind after work.
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.
A former Victorian boozer in King's Cross has been transformed into this charming cocktail bar. The Rackteer isn't just well-crafted cocktails, there's also an onsite bottle shop and beer garden to soak up the rays come summer.
Hop off at Old Street and you'll find a cocktail bar that oozes luscious libations and party vibes. This fun-loving hideaway is a playground for booze-fuelled fun with whimsical cocktails and a Negroni fountain of youth.
Next time you find yourself hanging about in London Bridge waiting for your train head to this fantastic restaurant for some stunning plates of seafood and quality wines and cocktails.
Not far from Angel station, head to The Winchester for a cool hangout filled with plush seating and low lighting, as well as a long, tasty cocktail list, and a food menu packed with delicious British dishes.
Located just minutes from Tufnell Park station, this charming watering hole is bringing you real ales, seasonal cooking and a dog-friendly space. Head to the garden where BBQs and beaming sun make this the perfect balmy spot.
Hop on that Northern Line and get yourself down to Camden Town or Euston Square for one of its amazing five hour long happy hours! There you can drink their wonderful cocktails that are served in intriguing crockery, while sitting in a quirky, kitsch bar decked out in crystal skulls and neon signs.
Found yourself knocking about Balham with some spare time to kill? Well thank goodness, as now you can shimmy on over to Lost & Found to see to a few of their inventive mixed drinks. A Red Haired Mojito and a Candy Bar are must tries, and definitely try the sharing Alice in Wonderland if you're in a group of between 3 and 5pm.
Located just minutes from Angel station, this Islington haunt is all about good drinks and fun times. You'll find a great selection of food and drinks; from cocktails to beers, as well as, parties at the weekend and regular DJs.
Alight at London Bridge to find The Old School Yard, a hedonistic haven that is something of a playground for adults. A really buzzing cocktail bar, guests can drop by for a refreshing drink with their mates, sing their hearts out in their private karaoke room, or dance the night away to some of the South's top DJs.
Whether you're partial to a drink from our friends across the pond, or just looking for a fun new boozer, Homeboy is your place. Expect chilled out vibes with hip-hop and R&B, alongside creative cocktails, lashings of whiskey and Irish-inspired food.
Oval's Fentiman Arms is a warm and welcoming gastro pub within strolling distance of the famous cricket ground. Quality British grub and a fine selection of wine is their staple, and swing by during the summer to enjoy BBQ'd treats in their exceptional beer garden.
Tucked away in the shadow of The Shard, this Northern Line boozer boasts an ample choice of beer, wine and cocktails. A perfect spot for after-work drinks, Telephone Exchange also have a menu of classic British eats to explore should your tummy start to rumble.
This lively bar and Brazilian restaurant is right at the forefront of Old Street's vibrant nightlife scene. Part Brazilian beach bar, part London bloc party; Floripa is always abuzz with a stylish crowd of pleasure-seekers who come for the tasty cuisine and stay for the lively DJ nights and live bands.
Jump off the Northern Line and straight into Loves Company as this bar is only seconds from Old Street Station. The Shoreditch spot is cool and quirky in equal parts, with neon interiors, bright pink walls, and a late licence for the party animals amongst you.
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.
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.
Jump off the Northern Line at Camden Town for BYOC Camden, a spot that will take you a million miles from the tube with their themed prohibition decor. The idea is that your bring your own spirit, which talented bar tenders will then knock up into at least five different concoctions.