Best Bars For A Negroni In London

Born in a humble tavern in the innocent city of Florence, the negroni has survived the turbulent wars of the Continent and blossomed into a classic concoction. More recently seeing a revival due to a certain viral Sbagliato video, the iconic drink has been transformed in new ways over the decades. Using gin, vermouth and a splash of Campari, this collection of watering holes includes authentic Italian spots, lively bars, award-winning plots and more... read on for our pick of London's best negronis.

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Last updated on 14th February 2024

Common Late

Negroni, anyone? Whether it's a romantic date night or a chilled-out catch-up with friends, Common Late is an intimate den of delights slinging out delish cocktails like the orange oil and cacao-infused negroni in a cosy, intimate, candle-lit background.

Long Bar Sanderson Hotel

Using Martini Rosso Vermouth, dark-red Campari and straight Gin, Long Bar at the Sanderson Hotel doffs its cap to tradition with this Italian favourite. Long Bar itself oozes serenity; decorated using light, pastil colours and with tranquil wallpaper, you'll feel as if you're inside a water-colour painting in this Fitzrovia hotspot. Completing the experience, their furniture is anything but mundane; think bright pink victorian armchairs and original, leather lounge couches painted a deep purple colour. 

The Cocktail Club - Various Sites

Swing by The Cocktail Club and you'll find a themed hideaways that boasts luscious libations and a real party vibe. To make it even greater, their Old Street venue boasts a private conservatory with day beds and a fountain of youth from endless negronis, delicious. 

Bar Termini

Located just five minutes from Leicester Square, Bar Termini brings a hit of Italian culture to the heart of Soho - created by Tony Congiliaro, the expert mixologist behind the elusive Islington speakeasy 69 Colebrooke Row. Among their selection of elegant cocktails, you can find negronis of the classico, superiore, rosato and robusto varieties, all for just £8 per drink.