Prosecco Bars In London
Once upon a time Champagne was the go-to choice for bubbles, then along came prosecco, bringing all our sparkly dreams within reach. Fortunately for us, there is no shortage of London prosecco bars for us to get our daily dose, from cute and quirky dens through to swanky restaurants. Put your party shoes on, pop the corks and read our recommendations for where to drink the good stuff.
If you're in Bankside and looking for a London prosecco bar, then The Refinery is a great choice. With floor-to-ceiling windows, a seperate restaurant area and a delicious cocktail list, this has everything you need for a whole night of sipping.
The Parlour isn't your average prosecco bar in London; no, with its seriously swanky interiors and outdoor terrace, this is one cool Canary Wharf spot. As well as bubbles, the bar and restaurant also pride themselves on cocktails and the large selection of wines.
Spread across three floors, Upper House is a completely unique spot in Islington. The old townhouse has an incredible stencil design throughout and focuses on fresh British cuisine in a swanky setting.
If you're going to drink prosecco in London, you might as well do it properly, with views across the entire city. Searcys may be better known for their Champagne selection, but they also have a few stellar bottles of prosecco on the menu; head to the top of the Gherkin for views and bubbles.
The Jones Family Project are adding a big side of steak to your London prosecco drinking options as the Shoreditch venue serves up some seriously tasty options. You can either stay upstairs in the bar sipping bubbles, or head downstairs for the restaurant and grill.
No 11 Pimlico Road is a great all-rounder when it comes to bars that serve prosecco in London. The Central London spot is everything from a bar and party house through to a smart, all-day restaurant; order a bottle of bubbly and get ready to have fun.
1901 is set in the swanky Andaz Hotel in Liverpool Street and offers plenty of bottles for all your London prosecco drinking needs. The restaurant and bar is a gorgeous historical spot, with a glass domes ceiling and grand pillars, to add a touch of class to drinking in London.
This isn't just a prosecco bar in London, this is the prosecco bar. The Prosecco House is London's first ever bar dedicated to our favourite sparkling wine, selling everything by the glass alongside bellinis, spritzes, and other cocktails, all with Italian meats, cheeses and small plates in a sophisticated environment.