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.
Upstairs at the Ten Bells offers guests a lesson in making a mouth-watering negroni. Built above the historic Ten Bells pub, which has been serving drinks to London's East End for over 350 years, this hidden nook is decorated with crystal chandeliers, rustic armchairs and smatterings of urban art pieces.
Taking residency in a former public convenience, The Bermondsey Arts Club offers only the best handcrafted cocktails served in a wholly unique setting. Word on the street is their barrel-aged negroni hits the spot quite nicely for some winter spice.
Boasting one of the biggest cocktail lists in South London, Be At One's talented mixologist have an arsenal of spices, spirits and juices at their disposal, and have the prowess to produce any flavourful concoction exactly to your liking.
The team at Dirty Martini take their love of all things vermouth and apply it to this Italian treat. With bars all over the place, plus a list of classics and modern spins, Dirty Martini has become a household name on London's cocktail scene.
Offering a slick cocktail selection of classic drinks, temper's bar menu is a force to be reckoned with. We'd recommend their signature mezcal negroni that swaps gin for something a little spikier, and pairs wonderfully with their mix of meaty mains and mouthwatering tacos.
Can't decide where to head to this evening? The Rooftop at the One Hundred in Shoreditch is a supreme spot for nights out. The stunner boasts pink marble tables, pretty foliage and a cracking list of drinks, including G&Ts and negronis.
Don't let the trendy interiors and disguised exteriors of Jaguar Shoes fool you; when it comes to making a negroni in London, they know what they're doing. Proud of its bites and East London edge, try this special negroni for a firm start to any night.
There's a lot to rave about Gotta Trattoria: the daily changing menu of Italian dishes is delicious, their hand-rolled pasta is exactly what you need, and the alfresco dining area is ideal for the summer months. But the ace in their hand is actually their negroni.