Corazón may be best known for it knockout tacos and Mexican food but you'd be missing out if you didn't sample some of their cocktails too. Take your pick between palomas, mezcal sours or flavoured margaritas - think black cherry, cucumber and jalapeno - and you'll see what we're talking about.
Best Bars On Oxford Street London
It may be hard to believe, considering all the hefty crowds and iconic shops it's known for, but this London hotspot also houses some excellent liquid lairs. You just need to know where to look. From cocktail haunts and traditional pubs to late-night party spots and underground treasure troves, some of the best bars on Oxford Street are hidden right under your nose. But not for long...
Renowned for their stunning decor and quirky cocktails, this beauty lives up to the Bourne & Hollingsworth name. Venture to the underground spot and you'll be treated to libations like the Gatsby, a mix of vodka, pomegranate, fizz and raspberry, from one of the best bars on Oxford Street.
Whether you're after an impressive date night spot, a quirky bottomless brunch or a lunchtime pick-me-up, Ping Pong has got you covered. Grab a table in the chic dining room and choose from a great selection of cocktails - kumquat mojitos, anyone?
The best party bar on Oxford Street? You'd be hard-pushed to find a better one than Simmons. Offering a mammoth happy hour from Sunday to Thursday and a buzzy spirit, the vibrant haunt also has a DJ popping out sweet sounds for you to boogie to.
If you're after some history with your pint, look no further than The Flying Horse, the last remaining pub on Oxford Street. Dating back to 1790, the traditional London boozer stocks a hefty selection of cask ales, gin and wine and also screens a number of sports fixtures.
A must for music fanatics, Hard Rock Cafe has become a household name around the world for its star-studded clientele. Head to this offspring site where you can expect a plethora of memorabilia, including Freddy Mercury's first piano, as you enjoy American-inspired drinks and dishes.
With a 'gangster tequila paradise' theme and plenty of unique creations on offer, London Cocktail Club is serving up a good time all the time. Stop by after a big day of shopping and stay till late slurping on potent drinks and soaking in the seriously cool atmosphere.
The Adam and Eve is a gorgeous little gastropub hidden just a hop, skip and a jump away from the main Oxford Street drag. Seasonal fare and an extensive range of lagers, wines and spirits make this gem ideal for all your after-work drinking and dining needs.
A lovely choice for an after-work tipple, Be At One is a wonderfully versatile party place and cocktail bar near Oxford Street. You can be guaranteed good times, delicious cocktails and enthusiastic staff at any of the brand's sites across the country - and this beauty's no exception.
A heavyweight in the world of cocktails and fun nights, Dirty Martini is the place to drink in Oxford Street if you're after fruity sips in a luxurious setting. As well as their signature concoctions, they also shake up a range of classic and creative offerings.
With a charming atmosphere, a delicious list of cocktails and a food menu full of classics, All Bar One is a top choice for a post-shop refuel. A brilliant place to drink in Oxford Street, it also has a whole host of deals, including set menus and bottomless brunch.
Can't decide which bar to pick? Arcade Food Theatre is making the choice a hell of a lot easier by giving you the option of three conceptualised bars, all within its swanky venue. Primely located for after-work drinks, the food emporium also has a bunch of dining stalls in case you get peckish.
Set back from the main hubbub is Jerusalem, a restaurant and bar that provides a fantastic retreat from the throngs of shoppers. Alongside a stylish beer garden and a happy hour on Thursdays and Fridays from 5pm to 8pm, the Rathbone Place boozer also dishes up an array of tasty treats.
A party spot on Oxford Street, Nordic Bar welcomes in a varied and fun crowd to celebrate all things hailing from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Spin their shot wheel, indulge in their weekday happy hours or book out a ping pong table for a marathon game.
Hidden off the bustle of the main strip, Long Bar at the Sanderson Hotel is an Oxford Street bar that creates a calming, stress-free atmosphere with its light, airy space. Retox in style amongst the arty furniture while sipping on their impeccable cocktails.