Cutesy London Bars

Some bars are just so adorable it's impossible to do anything but take a picture of everything from the decorations to your drinks. Cute bars in London are everywhere if you know how to look, because if there's one thing this city loves more than anything else, it's aesthetics. So get those cameras ready, think up a witty caption and prepare to visit these cutesy London bars. 




Bourne & Hollingsworth

202 user reviews 4

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This quirky London cocktail bar is the perfect place to drink fabulously mixed drinks whilst still having a fun time. The room is extravagantly decorated, with knitted chairs and a bright red colour scheme to be reminiscent of a stylish 1920s living room. This makes it the ideal backdrop to drink some great drinks and catch up with friends.

The Hollywood Arms

417 user reviews 4

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The Hollywood Arms looks like an updated Victorian parlour, oozing luxury just like a cute London bar of this quality should do. With elegant flamingo wallpaper, birdcages and a restaurant offering up delicious gastropub bites, that's not all they're offering – they host micro-breweries and wine makers, as well as hosting monthly comedy.  

Map Maison

62 user reviews 5

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One of the coolest kitsch bars in London, Map Maison is full of bombastic décor and retro furnishings, making it one of the more interesting places to drink in the city. Along with the framed memes on the wall, it's the perfect environment to enjoy one of their quirky cocktails.

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It's the greenery that makes this one of the most cutesy bars in London. Wherever you go, you'll be greeted with potted plants and fully-grown trees, so you can enjoy all this pocket of nature in the middle of London. Which is great, because they serve a delicious array of British dishes that are almost as photo-worthy as the bar itself.

Purl

23 user reviews 4

More like something pulled out of a magazine than a bar in Central London, Purl is all about theatre. Their experimental cocktails are worth a picture alone, featuring dry ice to concoctions in a bag, all while sitting in an adorable underground speakeasy made from exposed brickwork, sofas to sink into and even a fireplace.