If you're dipping in and out of the Victoria Line, be sure to stop at Brixton for a taste of all things Shrub and Shutter. From cosy cocktails and interesting drinks to the best in small plates and British flavours, it's a unique place to be.
Victoria Line Bars
One of the first names proposed for the Victoria Line was the 'Viking Line' (which would have been awesome) and when it's not being flooded with cement, it also leads to many of the capital's finest nights out. From Finsbury Park through Oxford Circus all the way to Brixton, read on and check out the best Victorian Line bars between Zones 1-2.
If you're on the hunt for Victoria Line bars, The Cocktail Club on Goodge Street is a top choice. Touting wacky leopard print patterns and cosy corners, this is the ideal spot to catch up with pals. After a bargain? It also offers a top-notch happy hour between 4pm and 7pm almost every day.
A cool and trendy cocktail bar just one minute walk from Kings Cross station, Simmons is the perfect late night London bar. With an extensive cocktail menu, generous happy hours and a fantastic music policy, it's always a riveting party place that never disappoints. Check out their Euston Square spot to discover their take on a former pub.
If you're stopping off in Pimlico be sure to try out this gorgeous bar and restaurant. With tasty seasonal cocktails - and lots of them - and delicious plates of food to chow down on, it's one of the best bars on the Victoria Line.
Need a spot to head to in London for the evening? For a quick drink or a relaxed night of tapas, head to Pinch for delicious food and fabulous cocktails. You'll get to experience the best Mediterranean food, while downing vodka-based concoctions.
Regularly considered one of the best pubs in London, The Black Dog has become a celebrated and esteemed pub in the Vauxhall area. A modern and trendy venue, its attracting an increasingly large following with a dedication to providing one of the best drinking experiences in South London.
Whether you're starting or ending your night at the end of the Victoria Line, a trip to Brixton's Duke of Edinburgh is always a good idea. The venue boasts an impressive beer garden with loads of tables and cosy booths to snuggle up in.
Based in London's Victoria, Greenwood is a new venue on the Victoria line that promises amazing food, great craft beers and amazing eyebrows (yes eyebrows) all under one roof. The food and drink menu is, of course, the headliner here, but the barber and eyebrow stations are there to make sure you're always looking your best. Grab a pint, relax and soak up everything this homely pub has to offer.
Located just a short walk from Green Park tube station, The White Horse is an easily accessibly watering hole in Mayfair. Bag yourself a table to enjoy a fantastic selection of wine, a mouthwatering array of small plates and a warm, cosy atmosphere.
Situated only minutes from Victoria station, this Spanish-inspired eatery is bringing a slice of the Meditteranean to SW1. Think jamon and paella through to veggie and even vegan dishes. Plus, there's a stunning terrace outside for those warmer days.
A livelier pub than the former one, Cask Pub & Kitchen in Pimlico are beer experts and offer a truly awe-inspiring range of craft ales from around the world. With 400 bottled varieties, ten real ales and a further ten keg options on draught, you're really spoilt for choice here.
A leafy Irish pub with four different areas, The Faltering Fullback is a true North London gem. With a great beer garden, a fun pool table room, a cool and quirky front bar where guitars, oars and a whole assortment of bits and bobs fill up every space, and just a stroll from Finsbury Park, it's a great way to start the crawl.