Cocktail Bars in Soho

Sometimes you have a thirst that can only be quenched by one thing: cocktails! So while in one of the most bustling centres of nightlife in London, why not indulge on the best, handcrafted drinks the capital has to offer. Whether you want experimental cocktails you never thought to try before or simply a G&T, there's a place for you in the cocktail bars in Soho.

Last updated on 13th December 2019




Basement Sate

302 user reviews 4

Basement Sate is a cocktail bar in Soho with a difference: while it's interior of dark wood and exposed brick, coupled with its drinks menu plays on a traditional cocktail bar ambience, they also serve a range of delicious pastries. If either the drinks or food impress you, there's classes available to take in both.

Archer Street Soho

335 user reviews 4

The refined Archer Street bar is a refined experience in Soho. Their policy is sophistication with a hint of playfulness, and that is reflected in their cocktail menu with names like Honey For Nothing or Do Ya Pink I'm Sexy? Their bar staff are also famous for singing the odd tune, if you want to endulge that fun side.

The Light Lounge

234 user reviews 5

The Light Lounge is tucked away discreetly but, once found, you'll be greeted to a cocktail bar with the charm of a private members club. The bartenders serve a mixture of classic and seasonal creations, and the helpful staff can aid in the decision making process. Definitely a more sophisticated bar in Soho.

Jimi Loves Gloria

10 user reviews 5

The second venue named after party girl Gloria, this new Soho spot is the perfect place to kick-off the ultimate girls night out. With drinks starting at less than £10 the cocktail menu here is made up of classic sips and contemporary twists, try the Gloria Sour for a delicious concoction made of melon liqueur, lemon juice, fresh mint and egg white. 

The Arts Theatre Club

7 user reviews 3

The Arts Theatre Club is a Soho cocktail bar and members club that revels in a Prohibition era style. Scattered around are private, candle lit tables and there's even a vintage piano that doubles as a DJ booth. The creative cocktails are served in vintage China-cum-Prohibition teapots, making the experience extra-special.