Ever since they launched their rooftop ice rink, this bar has become one of London's best places to drink mulled wine. Nights here consist of skating with a city backdrop, cosying up by open fires and exploring some of the finest winter food and drink in town.
Gorgeous Spots for Mulled Wine In London
Mulled wine in winter, it's the perfect antidote to thawing even the coldest of hearts. As the festive season comes rolling in, there's plenty of places popping-up to serve us steaming cups of the good stuff, from quirky Christmas pop-ups and rooftop ice rinks to cosy pubs with roaring fireplaces and beautifully bougie bars. Check out our guide to the very best (and totally gorgeous) places to drink mulled wine in London.
The Montague on the Garden's Ski Lodge is a quirky winter party venue that's one pretty place for mulled wine in London. Take your party here and you'll revel in festive decor with mini bratwurst, turkey schnitzel and deep fried Camembert to accompany your drinks.
Indoors, County Arms is a cosy nook made up of roaring fireplaces, Chesterfield sofas and traditional pub interiors, perfect for sipping on hot cups of mulled wine. Feeling extra-festive? Check out their annual winter pop-up that'll make you feel like you're in the Alps.
Nestled within the hustle and bustle of Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, Cedar & Spruce Bar + Kitchen is a retreat for sipping mulled wine, made up of large communal tables, cosy fire pits and rustic décor. If you're in need of a pit-stop before hopping on rides, this is the way to do it.
Savage Garden is one unique place to find mulled wine in London, with stunning views of the city, extravagant ever-changing decor and a menu of winter concoctions that'll knock your socks off. With a party playlist on repeat, this is one epic place to spend your evenings.
If you're gagging for a mulled wine after work, head no further than Queen of Hoxton, where you can sip hot cups over open fires. Topping it off? There's stunning views, delicious bar snacks, quirky cocktails and a unique theme is always guaranteed come winter.
The Circus Bar is probably one of the quirkier places you can drink mulled wine this winter. Housed on the Southbank, its colourful decor is reminiscent of big tops but with roaring fire pits, a secret cinema and glasses upon glasses of festive refreshments.
This warm Alpine-inspired lodge comes complete with heated chalet booths, fleece rugs and board games, bringing plenty of festive spirit to the Southbank this winter. Cosy on up, delve into the menu of hearty burgers and round off your visit with a hot mulled wine.
Wish it could be Christmas every day? Well, at The White Haus it is. Featuring festive decor, from cuckoo clocks to vintage cable cars and snowflake chandeliers, this Farringdon bar pairs its mulled wine with mouthwatering cheese fondue served with salami, bread and pickles.
Abigail's is a sleek 70s paradise in which to drink mulled wine. Sit back, relax and tuck into sumptuous street food from the traders below, with a plethora of hot cocktails behind the bar, there's even a full marketplace with records, fashion and more on the weekend.