Freedom is a fun time bar in Soho with delicious cocktails to boot. Upstairs is a designated cocktail bar where you're served a whole host of different flavours - including playful choices like Lady Marmalade - and downstairs is a club area, for when the cocktails get a bit agreeable.
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.
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.
Disrepute is the place to be in Soho for those that love delicious cocktails and fabulous interiors. Enter this lavish den, flick through their poetry-filled menu, and prepare for a night of sophisticated conversation.
The slick, neon aesthetic is an interesting draw for a cocktail bar in Soho, but it's list of over 50 different cocktails means it's the place to go if you really want to experiment with your drink concoctions. Their DJs will be playing house, club, party and RnB music until 3am everyday.
Nestled in a basement in Greek Street sits one of the big fun time party bars in Soho, Be At One. With a license until 3am and an extensive cocktail menu - including some ice cream infused delights - means you can spend all day partying and drinking cocktails in one place.
Six Storeys is composed of six different floors of cocktail drinking goodness. Each storey has it's own theme reflected in the decoration, and these can be hired for private functions as well.
Thought Soho couldn't possibly have any more cool cocktail bars? Think again, because this Greek Street haunt is serving up classic cocktails, twists on old favourites and distinctive new favourites in a quirky space. If you haven't been, then you need to.
Jack Solomons is an old school speakeasy beneath the streets of Soho, so you know they are experts on cocktails. Go full all things mixed drinks, and you can also enjoy a delicious range of small plates, all while sinking into velvet-laced sofas or dancing away to great DJs and live bands.
The nation has drunk more gin this year than any other in history and it's places like Graphic Bar who make us realise why. The bar serves over 300 types of gin and uses them in their signature cocktails. If, for some bizarre reason, you aren't a fan of gin, they also have a classic cocktail menu as well.
Hidden away in the heart of Soho, The Den is 100 Wardour Street's hidden cocktail bar. Head down for their delicious selection of cocktails, or make a night of it with one of their weekend live music nights.
Not only does the historic Crompton Cross serve up a fantastic range of cocktails, they're all made using the finest handmade liquor and house-infused spirits – perfect for when you're tucking into their artisan pizzas.
Scarlett Green aren't just one of the best brunch spots in Soho, they also have a fantastic range of delicious cocktails, as well as craft beer, an incredible Australian wine list, and live DJ sets to boot.
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.
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.
Simmons Soho has built it's reputation on kitsch interiors and cute cocktails, but it sweetens the deal by being affordable as well. With their Happy Hour thrown into the mix, this is a must-see place to visit for fun cocktails with friends.
If you're looking for a swish cocktail bar in Soho, then head to Spuntino. While Italian-American food may be the star of the show, you can find much more than the simple aperitf; from Clover Clubs to Negronis and more, this Soho staple has nailed their drinks.
If you need a fun cocktail bar in Soho, Barrio Soho is the place for you. With music covering samba, rock, pop and others from around the world and tantalising platters of food, it's their 'Amigo Hour' that saves the day with offers on a range of drinks, including cocktails!
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.