If you're a plant-lover, then botanical-decked outdoor bar, The Hawk's Nest, is bound to hit the spot. Tucked away in Shepherd's Bush Market, this cool spot is fronting everything from affordable cocktails, pints and sourdough pizzas, to live music or quizzes for entertainment.
Best Bars For Plant Lovers In London
It has been scientifically proven that being around plants improves your wellbeing, so what about if you drink while being around plants? From secret gardens where botanical cocktails reign supreme to bars with their own flower shops, there's no shortage of greenery in the big smog that we call London. Check out our recommendations for the best bars for plant lovers in London and get your foliage fix.
If you're looking for a leafy paradise in London, then Pergola on The Wharf ticks all the boxes. It's found nestled among the greenery of the idyllic gardens above Crossrail Place, fronting a terrace with sweeping views from the rooftop perch.
It's known the world over and has become more than just a tourist attraction, but that's not all Sky Garden can muster. Boasting an indoor garden to die for, indulge in palm trees, leaves and exotic greenery, this sky-high bar promises stunning cocktails among the foliage.
With a simple design and a clear ethic, it's plants that keep Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings up there with some of the prettiest restaurant bars in the business. From the greenhouse flush with foliage to the leaf print furniture, you'll soak up the greenery, no doubt.
A plant-lovers' paradise, Arc Le Salon is the gorgeous Mayfair cafe bar fronting gorgeous interiors and huge flower displays. Better yet, you can tuck into food and award-winning spirits or wine while you're there, alongside sampling a range of tobacco products.
From sprawling plant installations to hanging greenery and flowery accents, this City restaurant has gone full bloom. Make your way to Juno Rooms to see the pretty foliage for yourself while tucking into a delightful menu of classic cocktails and tasty internationally-inspired bites.
You only have to look up at Ping Pong in Southbank to get your fill of flora. With a ceiling covered in hanging flowers, Ping Pong makes for a perfect escape from the harsh lines of the city. Plus, they do great dim sum and cocktails too.
The Listing Bar is ideal for London plant lovers, as it's the place in the City where lots of foliage combines with huge windows for a sleek, airy look. Better yet, you can sip through a menu of cocktails that'll easily wash down brunch plates and hearty mains from the all-day menu.
You need only scoot your way into the garden at The Exhibit for something of a plant lovers paradise. From hanging planters down to their plant-friendly menu of seasonal door and drink, this South London bar is coming at you with all that's good and green.
Mare Street Market could double up as a plant shop with its huge selection of fauna. On Mare Street, and not far from plenty of East London plant shops, the venue is open all day, serving fresh pizza, freshly brewed coffee, signature cocktails, local craft beer and delicious street food.
Kindred is a beautiful plant-filled restaurant and bar in Hammersmith. Along with live music nights and tasty cocktails, this floral spot has a beer garden and offers up a range of tasty dinner bites and a bottomless brunch menu.
Plant lovers will find themselves feeling at home in this bustling Mediterranean bar. Tucked away near Liverpool Street, Café Luca is immersed in greenery and serves up the likes of summer passion fruit daiquiris and Ferrero Rocher hazelnut negronis, swoon.
14 Hills has been coined as 'the forest in the sky' so of course it makes our list of unmissable plant filled bars. Perfectly perched in the heart of Fenchurch Street, this beauftul bar and restaurant showcases British cuisine with French flair and delicious signature cocktails.
This is one of the best hidden gems in Kennington, and the garden is no eyesore either. Full of foliage and greenery, this bar for London's plant lovers is a must for summertime tipples outside as you soak up all the rays, Vitamin D and flora that this space can muster.
Heist Bank are proud of their pizzas and they're a dab hand when it comes to craft beer, but they also have a hideaway that's filled with plants. Coming at you with not only green gifts dotted about the space, this plant filled London bar also has its own florist.
East London has its fair share of great cocktail joints, but few as green as NT's. Not only has this beautiful bar in Hackney decked out its interiors with potted plants and plenty of low hanging leaves, but the outdoor terrace is made up of palm trees and plants soaking up the sunlight.
Head to Knightsbridge's hidden gem The Hari Hotel and Bar Terrace. Not only is there a gorgeous outdoor dining space but there's also a fabulous food and drink menu. Sip on their extensive list of creative cocktails while taking in the gorgeous scenery.
Hailed as one of the prettiest bars in London, Restaurant Ours don't scrimp when it comes to their greenery. Whether it's the tree in the heart of their dining space, the living wall, the foliage on the second floor or their signature wall of roses, plant lovers in London will be happy here.
Located high above East London, Seabird is a rooftop restaurant and bar within The Hoxton hotel. Providing a pretty space for indulging on seafood and signature cocktails, the venue is made up of lush botanicals, indoor foliage and impressive views of the surrounding city.
Fancy the idea of dining in a greenhouse? Plant lovers will surely jump at the chance to do just that at The Culpeper. This Brick Lane bar is filled with foliage throughout the venue, with a dedicated rooftop garden that doubles as a working farm for cocktails and homemade dishes.
If you're a plant lover looking for a pretty outside space to relax and take a few pictures, Dalloway Terrace is the floral bar for you. Offering its guests the chance to drink and dine against a backdrop of lush botanicals, this Fitzrovia beaut is not to be missed.
Sushisamba is a Covent Garden restaurant and bar serving a blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian dishes with a botanical backdrop. To match the pretty floral interiors? The venue offers equally exquisite plates and signature sips to round off the exclusive experience.
Boasting more foliage than a Hackney Road plant shop, this Islington watering hole is a top spot for leaf lovers. Blue-hued and serving up a stunning selection of food and drink, it's an Essex Road oasis that's well worth stopping in for.