With bars in every corner of London, Simmons has gained itself quite the reputation for its epic five-hour-long happy hour every day. Why wait for night to fall to kick off the party though? Their afternoon tea offering includes two-hours of bottomless prosecco and cocktail teapots as well as a load of tasty treats.
London's Best Boozy And Bottomless Afternoon Teas
While the idea of a quintessentially British afternoon tea may conjure up images of delicate sandwiches, refined conversation and bone china teapots, these bars, hotels and restaurants have got something else in mind altogether. Serving up spicy snacks, bottomless fizz and quirky cocktails aplenty, they're proving that you don't have to wait for dusk to fall to kick-off your weekend antics. So, get ready to raise the roof (and your pinkies), as we bring you London's very best boozy and bottomless afternoon teas.
Who said afternoon tea should stop at cake and scones? Map Maison is upping the ante with their tapas-style offering of sourdough baguettes, mini Iberico burgers and spicy vegetarian bites. Opt to wash this Spanish feast down with either a glass of Champagne or 90 minutes of free-flowing cocktails.
If RuPaul did afternoon tea? We like to think it would look a little like this. The Perception's What's The Tea? is inspired by a drag queen's make-up box and comes complete with edible cosmetics, glitter-dipped sweets and brightly-bejewelled cakes. Better yet, whilst you're chowing down on this oh-so-glam selection there'll be tonnes of entertainment courtesy of the dazzling Globe Girls.
Boasting epic views across the City of London, Mercer Roof Terrace is the perfect spot for an elegant afternoon tea washed down with lashings of Champagne. Part of the luxury Vintry & Mercer hotel, the food here is all about classic British dishes, created using high-quality local produce.
We're not trying to make fetch happen, but this afternoon is like so totally fetch. Grab your teeny tiny mini skirt and kitten heels and get ready to sip the tea... plastic style. Duo's Mean Girls-themed tea includes a feast of tinged-pink treats and cocktails.
One of London's quirkiest bars, Mr Fogg's Society of Exploration is known for its bonkers cocktail offering and kitsch interiors. Come the weekend, this place is a wonderland of alcoholic teapots, eccentric bartenders and delicate cucumber sandwiches. The Tipsy Socie-tea menu includes a huge choice of international tipples and a selection of Victorian-inspired delicacies.
Located on the banks of the Thames, Lyaness is fancy with a capital F. Their tipsy tea menu can be enjoyed with either a selection of mocktails, a glass of Champagne or with four carefully curated pairing cocktails, all to the backdrop of stunning views across the capital city.