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Booze And Burgers In London
Burgers and booze? They're like two peas in a pod. And with the capital toting such a premium selection, it would be criminal not to share where serves up the most delicious around. From classic beef and cheese to Italian-inspired mozzarella with pesto, plus a whole load of vegan options, there's a lot to sink your teeth into. Check out our guide to the best places for burgers and beer in London here.
A sought-after location for burgers in the capital, Maxwell's slings out perfect patties on the regular. Think US-style stacks in buttery, brioche buns, with fillings such as grilled bacon and smashed avocado. If you're feeling adventurous? Go for the cheese bomb (you can thank us later).
You may have to give Wimbledon a visit to get them, but when it comes to some of the best burgers and beer in South London? The Fire Stables has got you covered, big time. Offering cool, industrial interiors, succulent patties and ice cold craft beers, this is definitely one of our favourites.
One of the best burger restaurants in London, Absurd Bird slings out an array of chicken and vegan stacks. So while you chow down on a beautiful bun filled with things like Korean BBQ sauce and crispy onion rings, wet your whistle by sipping beers or cocktails.
If you're on the hunt for the best vegan burger in London, BrewDog is an absolute fail-safe. Boasting locations across the city, including Shoreditch, Clapham Junction and Clerkenwell, not only does this place sling out delicious meaty stacks, but also plenty of plant-based alternatives.
If it's booze and burgers that you're after, check out Smoke 'n' Buns unique offering at The Camden Head. This historic pub will have you filling up on stacked patties of fried chicken, juicy beef and vegan delights, all served up in your choice of wood smoke.
A slick haunt found on Acre Lane, Beast of Brixton is a cracking cocktail bar and a haven of Korean fried chicken. This joint really does sling out some of the best burgers in South London, so pop over to wolf down bulgogi-flavoured buns with gochujang ketchup.
When it comes to a good ol' patty and bun, it's a good bet that any American restaurant knows what's up. And All Star Lanes Holborn? This joint is home to a cracking selection of US-inspired grub and refreshing beers, as well as four bowling alleys for a bit of competitive fun.
One of the ultimate spots for booze and burgers in London, The Breakfast Club brings you some of the most well-dressed patties in town, putting together banging bites such as the avocado, egg and cheese number, plus the fried chicken and harissa stack.
One place that has garnered quite the reputation for its award-winning burgers in London is, of course, Lockhouse. Found in Paddington, this industrial-chic restaurant is a chilled-out spot for hanging out with pals and munching delicious stacks washed down with craft beer.
For a fluffy bun heaving with meat, cheese and all sorts of delicious toppings (washed down using a pint of something tasty) mosey on over to Blues Kitchen Camden, Brixton or Shoreditch. Opt for the classic beef, the buttermilk fried prawns or maybe even the cheesy shroom burger.
Booze, burgers and a whole load of exciting events (from DJ nights to pub quizzes) are what you'll find at The Sindercombe Social. The star of the show? It has to be the Chewy Louie, which sees a beef patty, chorizo and halloumi snuggling together in a brioche bun.
Nestled in the heart of Stratford, Neighbourhood is offering up some sensational stacks that'll have you drooling at the thought. Think harissa lamb with caramelised onion, as well as beer-battered cod alongside pea guacamole, each in a fluffy bun, washed down with a fresh pint.
Looking for burgers and cocktails in London? The Lock Tavern fronts a small but perfectly formed menu of hefty sandwiches. Offering beef, fried chicken and vegan patty options, this pub is the perfect place to get your fix of stacks and sips.
A quirky, independent steakhouse, The Bountiful Cow certainly knows what it's doing. Plod on down to this intimate haunt to devour a whopping 395g classic bounty burger, complemented with melted cheddar, bacon, blue cheese or an egg. To wash it down? A stunning selection of vino.
Stacking some of the best booze and burgers in Central London, The Pickled Hen is coming out on top with its selection. Whether you fancy a classic beef bun with chipotle mayo and a beer or a mouthwatering zaatar chickpea patty accompanied by a glass of wine, you'll be licking your lips after this one.
A bar, restaurant and late-night venue rolled into one, Radicals & Victuallers is one of the best places for booze and burgers in North London. Head on over to this quirky hangout to wolf down grub from Ruby Jean's and Veg Heads, who have both have taken over the kitchen.
While Camden is no stranger to fabulous, quirky hangouts, Monarchy is one unique haunt that's rustling up towering burgers, loaded fries and fried chicken. To go with your scran? Choose from a hefty selection of beers and cocktails.
Sometimes, there's nothing better than a pint and something indulgent. Treat yourself in Camden by heading to Porky's Burgers and Wings for delectable sandwiches (make sure to check out The Jawbreaker), alongside a wide selection of beers, wines and cocktails.
Home to one of the very best beer and burger menus in London, the meaty mavericks over at Haché really know how to hit the spot. With a choice of ciabatta or brioche bun, this place will see you wolfing down beautiful steak or plant-based patties, as well as succulent chicken fillings.
The Ship has to be one of the best beer and burger places in London. Located on the banks of the River Thames, this bustling boozer cooks up a scrumptious selection of stacks, including chilli pulled pork, veggie and a good ol' classic beefy cheese number.
Looking for a casual pub where burgers reign supreme? The Leyton Star is where it's at. While boasting classic boozer aesthetics, this place is anything but. That's because it hosts fab kitchen residencies, many of which sling out hearty American-style stacks that are sure to blow your socks off.
Serving some of the best burgers in the city, The Canonbury also knows a thing or two about booze. Tuck into the succulent beef bun topped with cheese, onions and pickles, all the while sipping the bar's well-loved ale or cracking cocktails.
Having started out in Brixton back in 2011, Honest Burger quickly went from zero to hero. The Soho outpost slings out its usual locally sourced stacks, rosemary fries and craft pints, with lots of fun collaborations available throughout the year.
Offering some of the finest burgers in Euston, this friendly and relaxed beer hub has the might of the Burger Craft behind it. Chomp on a load of naughty buns that are sure to put a smile on your face, then gulp down international and local brews.
Head over to Twickenham where The Shack 68 is serving up some of the best booze and burger combos in London. Tuck into a range of stacked patties, including a fiery vegan and halloumi option, accompanied by affordable cocktails and craft pints.
Once you've putt your mini-golf skills to the test on the wickedly fun nine-hole course, shimmy on over to the food and drink vendors. Swingers City is home to things like the Smokey Robinson burger (with P&B mayo), as well as the Chilli Chilli Bang Bang.
Boasting an epic selection of beer and burgers in London Bridge, this fun pub is the perfect place to tuck into delicious grub any day of the week. Our favourite is The Italian Job, which is stuffed with buffalo mozzarella, green pesto and a slow-baked tomato.
Already one of the best places to drink in North London, the Abbey Tavern also serves up a slamming selection of eats from their kitchen residents Nanny Bill's. Head over to sink fresh pints of the good stuff, soaked up with gravy-dipped burgers and crispy croquettes.
One of the hottest venues in Victoria, Greenwood is known for taking classic dishes and knocking them out of the park. And the burgers? Boy, are they good. Whether you go for the red Leicester and IPA onion relish number or the BBQ brisket bun, your tastebuds will be in for a treat.
Haven't tried MEATliquor yet? Then have we got the treat for you. Over at Queens Skate Dine Bowl, these purveyors of perfect patties are slinging out the good stuff alongside killer cocktails. Whether it's beef, chicken or plant-based you're after, this joint is sure to provide.