This sultry subterranean cocktail bar is a true hidden gem that you'll find nestled in a basement near Regent Street. Harking back to Soho's sixties heydays, this decadent hideaway is perfect for a truly luxurious night out of tasty tipples and smooth jazz soundtracks.
Bars And Restaurants Near Regent Street
Close to Oxford Circus, Soho and other party hubs in London, this bustling stretch is ideal for those of you starting the party early in beautiful and elegant surroundings. Whether you're catching your breath between shops while out for a little retail therapy or just fancy sipping cocktails and chowing down in one of the most popular areas of London, these bars and restaurants near Regent Street are fantastic destinations day or night.
Fancy a dim sum brunch and cocktails? Of course you do. Ping Pong Soho is the post-shopping destination offering delicious Asian fare with bottomless booze, all within a short walk of Regent Street. You can even take classes to become master chefs or learn to make your favourite tipple.
Based a short walk from Regents Street, Archer Street is an elegant bar and lounge that couples a sophisticated setting with a carefully curated cocktail and drinks list. Head downstairs after dark and you'll find DJs playing party tracks late into the night. But if that's not really your thing or you're just looking for a spot to rest your feet after a day of shopping, sink into one of their cosy armchairs and enjoy everything the intriguing cocktail list has to offer.
A bar just shy of Regents Street and found in the heart of Soho, Lucky Voice not only serves as a top place to grab a drink in the heart of London, but has also become one of London's most popular karaoke spots. Head on down after a shopping session and embody your favourite singing superstar at this fun Central London karaoke bar.
A popular pub in Soho, Sun & Thirteen Cantons is an intimate venue near Regents Street and is a great choice for those seeking out an extensive selection of real ales. One of the top London pubs to visit for as well as its friendly and buzzing atmosphere it is also a great choice for private gatherings, as their basement bar is a cosy space perfect for those wanting a chic, yet traditional party space.
Join the party at Be At One Soho. Any day of the week this is place to stop off for a few mouth-watering cocktails, or join in with the after work lot during happy hour and stay til the wee hours as their staff place glass after glass of delicious flavours in your hands.
Nestled in a gorgeous Grade II Listed former cinema just off Regent Street, Ziggy Green is famous for its Aussie brunches, unique décor and crackin' coffee. Head down on Saturdays for their extra special Mexican nights with watermelon margaritas and bottomless prosecco.
For a truly decadent stay alongside a fabulous dining experience, look no further than Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel. Hunker down in a cosy private booth for food from a three-time Michelin star chef, nab yourself a private bar, sip on Japanese cocktails or hire out the vintage-glamour cinema room; the choice is yours.
If you're around Regents Street, make your way down to All Bar One for a night of exceptional cocktails and food. Known for their party atmosphere and 'schools-out' vibes 7 days a week, things are taken up a notch after dark when the resident DJs take over.
Located in the Carnaby neighbourhood flanking Regent Street, Dehesa is known for its delightful Spanish tapas and sharing plates paired with an impressive wine list. Head Chef William Breese creates a seasonally changing menu that favours simple yet divine flavours, all served in a wine cellar dining room or on their large terrace.
A cheap and lively choice for the West End, this bar near Regents Street is a must-try in our eyes. With great Happy Hours, a delicious food menu and cocktails that'll have you spoilt for choice, Loop Bar is a great choice for a fun and sexy night out in London, with all your needs under one great roof.
Located just a short walk from Regent Street, Aqua Nueva is a sublime Spanish restaurant bar in central London. Head on over to explore their menu of Northern-style small plates and handcrafted cocktails against a backdrop of pretty traditional interiors.
This swish restaurant bar just off Regent Street serves up Japanese dishes and handcrafted cocktails in beautiful surrounds. Truly a destination to impress friends and family, Aqua Kyoto comes complete with a gorgeous covered rooftop terrace, bottomless brunches on weekends and classic bento boxes.
If you love comfort food and a cocktail, then Coqbull's mouthwatering menu of rotisserie chicken, gourmet beef burgers and shaken (or stirred) boozy concotions will take your casual dining to a whole new level. This Irish restaurant with a cosy heated rooftop terrace is just a stone's throw from Regent Street, for gorgeous views of the West End.
A gorgeous fine dining destination near Regent Street, Kanishka is one of the best Indian restaurants in London and boasts interiors harking back to traditional décor. With a focus on championing the food of lesser-known provinces, it offers a stunning selection of fragrant dishes and signature cocktails.
Peruvian food and drink maestros Senor Ceviche promise authentic dishes served to the tune of Latin American music. Head down to the Kingly Court restaurant for ceviche dishes, smokey BBQ'd treats, pisco-laced cocktails, Bohemian vibes and walls lined with Chica street art.
Hire yourself out a bespoke tunnel, bed or vault at this premium bar near Regent Street and Oxford Circus. Dirty Martini in Hanover Square is the place for the young and trendy crowd to let loose with the extensive list of wines and spirits, or cocktail choices.
Just off the very classy Regents Street lurks an altogether less proper little treat which promises much more fun. Simmons Fitzrovia glows with a warm red light, and sparkles with skull-shaped disco balls and neon lights. A visit inside is sure to last a whole evening, stocked as it is with skilled mixologists and a passion for a fabulous cocktail. Give it a try, you definitely won't be disappointed.