London Bars Available To Book

Recent government announcements mean that lost dreams of drinking on London patios are no longer being conjured up by your imagination. Marking a (socially distanced) return to reality for wine bars, cocktail bars and whisky bars in London, July 4th will see the dusting of tables and restocking of back bars. Need to know where to head? We've compiled a list of the London bars opening on July 4th... and better yet? We can help you get booked in.

*please note, opening scenarios will be dictated by both government and experience, so please stay safe, stay in contact with the event you've booked tickets for and be conscious of the impact you have on people around you when leaving home for these bookings.

Last updated on 30th July 2020

It's back to rooftops for the thirsty as the ever-gorgeous Skylight returns to business this 4th July, and with them? Happy hour cocktails, sunset views and rooftop fizz galore. Perfect for a return to bars if we say so ourselves.

Missing the flavours of your favourite martini? It's time to satisfy those cravings with a trip to your nearest Dirty Martini. Now taking bookings for the entirety of July, you'll be able to settle in to one of their gorgeous venues and catch up with pals over some of the city's finest cocktails.

The Rocksteady

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The Rocksteady is an independent live music venue located in the heart of Dalston. Decked out with music memorabilia and vintage furniture and serving up a range of delicious cocktails, it's the perfect place for a quirky night out in East London.


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Neon sign, Insta-worthy cocktails and gorgeous interiors... that's right, Girlfriend is open and ready to welcome in thirsty guests. The Clapham bar is carrying out a number of measures to ensure that you and your group have a great and carefree time whilst feeling safe.